» Interterm 2018 Travel Courses

Interterm 2018 Travel Courses are open! The deadline for the Enrollment and Financial Obligation form, valid passport good for 6+ months following the end of the program or new/renewal passport paperwork (if international), and a non-refundable deposit receipt is by 4 p.m., Wednesday, October 25, 2017 (*some courses may have earlier deadlines, see below). Space is limited in each Travel Course and they may close earlier than the October deadline. If you’re interested in participating, please contact the Professor leading the Travel Course as soon as possible.

+ - Cost

Students in the UKA cost range will be given for each Travel Cost. The final cost of the Travel Course will be determined by the number of participants enrolled. ** The Cost Range does NOT include any tuition costs. The most current interterm tuition costs can be found through the Business Office. For undergraduate students with full-time status in the preceding fall and full-time status in the following spring, tuition costs may not apply. Graduate students must check with their program for tuition costs.

Undergraduate Chapman students who identify as First Generation can apply to receive assistance for travel costs for study abroad. Go to Chapman's Promising Futures and click on "Promising Futures Funding Assistance" link. Also view other scholarship opportunities for short-term programs.

+ - Interterm 2018 Travel Courses

City/Country Dates Course Section Faculty Contact Cost Range Status

Hanoi, Vietnam; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

3/17/18 – 3/25/18 *spring break

BUS 486: Business Across Cultures, Spring Break Noel Murray $2,797 - $3,077 Closed - Full

Barcelona, Spain; Lisbon, Portugal

1/13/18 –1/21/18


BUS 686: Building Cross-Cultural Competencies, Spain, Portugal

Noel Murray $3,632-$3,995 Open

Multiple Cities, South Africa


CSP 514A, 714A: Counseling, Intervention in Multi Settings

Amy J Griffiths, Diane Flannery $5,437-$5,981 Open

Galápagos Islands, Ecuador; Guayaquil, Ecuador

Required Class Dates: Jan. 2, 3, 25, 26 and TBA, 2018. Field trip: 1/4/18 - 1/15/18


ENV 227: Darwin & The Galapagos


Fred Caporaso, Jason Keller $6,206 Closed - Full

London, United Kingdom; Paris, France

1/3/18 – 1/24/18

HIST 346I /FREN 353C: A Tale of Two Cities

Lee Estes, Veronique Olivier $2,874-$3,161 Closed - Full
Florence, Italy

1/3/18 –1/22/18

IES 444/EDUC 644:  Aesthetics & Learning Florence

Penny Bryan, George Bryan $4,639-$5,103 Closed - Full
New York, New York, United States

1/21/18 - 1/27/18


FIN 400: A Walk Down Wall Street


Terry Burnham   $1,918-$2,292 Open
Munich, Germany

1/3/18 – 1/27/18

GER 101, 102, 201, 399: Germany in January

Karen Gallagher, Heather Terjung $3,657-$4,022 Open
New Orleans, United States

1/6/18 – 1/15/18


LEAD 485/ EDUC 585: Leadership in the Eye of the Storm: Hurricane Katrina


Chris Hutchison, Justin Koppelman $1,920-$2,112 Open
Multiple Cities, Peru 3/16/18– 3/25/18  *spring break

LEAD 510/ EDUC 710: Leadership in International Contexts

Whitney McIntyre Miller, Dawn Hunter $4,687-$5,155 Open
Multiple Cities, Costa Rica 1/8/18 – 1/20/18

PCST 393, SCC 393, IS 593: Peace Communication

Lisa Leitz, Sara LaBelle $2,658-$2,924 Open *preliminary application due 10/2/17 
London, United Kingdom 1/3/18 – 1/15/18

REL 333: Religion and Gender in Harry Potter 

Julye Bidmead, Michael Nehring $2,717-$2,989 Closed - Full
Multiple Cities, India

1/6/18-1/22/18 (required class 1/3, 1/4, 1/5)


REL 335A: Religions of India, Diversity & Dialogue


Nancy Brink         $5,529-$6,081 Open
Red Feather Lakes, CO, United States


SOC 326: Mind, Self, and Society in Tibetan Buddhism

Barney McGrane $1,610-$1,771 Open
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