Past Faculty Led (FLIP) Programs

2016/2017

SUMMER – 2017

HRTM in Florence, Italy

Study abroad in the heart of historic Florence, earning 6 upper division credits.

Florence is both the seat of Tuscan Italy and the birthplace of the Renaissance. It is the birthplace of Galileo and opera and home to over 80 museums. With its unique set of Tuscan fast food such as lampredotto and trippaio, and gelato on every corner, it’s the ultimate hotel, restaurant, and tourism location.

  • Cost: Approximately $3,450 plus airfare & meals. Includes full program cost, fees, Insurance, NMSU Credits, Health Evaluation, and Room. Does not include spending money while abroad.
  • Dates: May 14th – June 2nd, 2017
  • Deadline: December 4, 2016

Contact Us for More Information:
Dr. Keith Mandabach—Department of HRTM, kmandaba@nmsu.edu;

Dr. Jean Hertzman—Department of HRTM, jhertzma@nmsu.edu

Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

Journey Down Under – Australia, New Zealand, and the Cook Islands

How is life for U.S. children, adults, and families different or similar from those living in Australia and New Zealand? Students will explore areas of the Pacific, focusing on the relationship between the environment and cultural issues among peers, family members, and other community members. Course listed as FCS 492.

  • Cost: Approximately $3,806 plus airfare. Includes full program cost (including ALL land and water transportation, ALL hotels with private bathrooms, ALL breakfasts daily, 8 dinners, and 1 lunch), tours, fees, Insurance, NMSU Credits, and Health Evaluation. Does not include spending money while abroad.
  • Dates: May 15th – May 29th, 2017
  • Deadline: December 4, 2016

Entrance Fees/Transportation included for:

Aukland city and Hobbiton Tour NZ                                  Sydney Harbor Cruise AU

Visit Maori Cultural Village (w/ Maori feast) NZ               Train ride to the rainforest village of Kuranda AU

Skyline Gondola Tour NZ                                                     Free time in Sydney and Cairns AU

Rotorua Zipline/Canopy Tour NZ (option)                        Tjapukai Aboriginal Park AU

Whaka Geothermal area NZ                                               Hold a koala and play with kangaroos

Hobbiton (from Lord of the Rings                                      Te Vara Nui Village in Cook Islands

Visit to Sydney Tower and Opera House AU                    School visit CI

Sydney Wildlife World (Koala/Kangaroos) AU                  Hike to waterfall CI

Cruise/Snorkeling at Great Barrier Reef AU                     Snorkeling, Beach, and Free Time on Cook Islands

Contact Us for More Information:
Dr. Bryce Jorgensen—Department of Family & Child Science, GT W311F, brycej@nmsu.edu;

Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

Art History in Brazil

ART 300/500– Earn 3 credits in 2 week in Brazil!

Experience Brazilian Art, culture, language, and history studying in the colonial cities of Ouro Preto, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for it Baroque architecture, Mariana, the “first city” and a step back in time, Tiradentes, an immaculately preserved colonial town, and Sao Joao Del Rei, a seat of the Portugese bandeirantes and gold exploration.

Includes guided tours to studios of artists specialized in the arts of sculpture, metalsmithing, textiles, and metallurgy. Also includes studying with a master in the arts of conservation/restoration and workshops on sculpture from the colonial period.

  • Cost: Approximately $1,900 plus airfare. Includes full program cost, fees, Insurance, NMSU Credits, Health Evaluation, and Room. Does not include spending money while abroad.
  • Dates: May 16th – May 28th, 2017
  • Deadline: December 15th, 2017

Contact Us for More Information:

Elizabeth Zarur—Department of Art, D.W. Williams Hall, ezarur@nmsu.edu

Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

Tropical Herpetology & Aquatic Ecology in Monkey Bay, Belize!

FWCE– 450/535 All majors welcome.

According to Lonely Planet, “Belize’s animal and plant life are the stars of the country, thanks to the conservation of its forests and reefs.” This makes it an especially fruitful location for researching and observing local fauna. Dr. Harings is leading a group of students to observe them and their habitats. 

The program will have students hiking and snorkeling, doing tropical aquatic research in the Monkey Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, the Cox Lagoon Crocodile Sanctuary, and the Tobacco Caye Island Marine Station, among others. Students will also participate in service learning, volunteering at a local Community Center. 

  • Cost: Approximately $2,140 plus airfare. Includes full program cost, fees, Insurance, NMSU Credits, Health Evaluation, and Room. Does not include spending money while abroad.
  • Dates: May 16th – May 24th, 2017
  • Deadline: December 6th, 2016

Contact Us for More Information:

Niki Harings—Department of Fish, Wildlife, & Conservation Ecology, Knox Hall Rm. 106, haringsm@nmsu.edu

Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

 

A World Away: Documentary Filmmaking in Sri Lanka

CMI 318 & 319- 6 credits 

This is a once in a lifetime chance to explore the beautiful island of Sri Lanka while filming a documentary on the local community. Led by Professor Raj Nirmalakhandan, a Sri Lankan native, students will film, edit, and preview a documentary in teams of three: two NMSU students, and one Sri Lankan student.

 

  • Cost: Approximately $2,800, plus airfare. Includes full program cost, fees, Insurance, NMSU Credits, Health Evaluation, and Room. Does not include spending money while abroad.
  • Dates: May 23rd – June 10th, 2017
  • Deadline: April 1st, 2017 

Contact Us for More Information:

Rajeev Nirmalakhandan—Creative Media Institute rajeev@nmsu.edu

Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

 

Spend the Summer in Tropical Costa Rica!

Experience the best that Costa Rica has to offer with CPI, Centro Panamericano de Idiomas! This two week program offers everything from rafting, hiking volcanos, nature boat tour of Rio Tarcoles, zip-line tour and more! Immerse yourself in Spanish language while gaining Spanish credits and valuable hands-on volunteer experience.

Prof. Longwell, professor of Spanish at NMSU, will lead the program. Earn 4 credits of lower division Spanish or 6 credits of intermediate or upper division Spanish in just two weeks! Students studying any level of Spanish may go on the program.

  • Cost: $3800
  • Dates: June 16 – July 2, 2017
  • Deadline: March 1, 2017

For more information on the program, please contact:
Professor Jeff Longwell—Department of Language and Linguistics, jelongwe@nmsu.edu
Angel Palumbo—Director—Office of Education Abroad, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

 

Exploring Cultures in Human and Natural Environments in Peru

Earn 4-6 FCS/EFCS credits! 

  • Cost: Approximately $3,821 plus airfare. Includes full program cost (including ALL land and water transportation, ALL hotels with private bathrooms, ALL breakfasts daily, 11 dinners, and 7 lunches), tours, fees, Insurance, NMSU Credits, and Health Evaluation. Does not include spending money while abroad.
  • Dates: June 11th – June 24th, 2017
  • Deadline: March 1st, 2017

Entrance Fees/Transportation included for:

Cuzco + Sacred Valley                                           Visit with Indigenous Uros families

Guided tour of Korikancha Temple                    Visit the floating islands of Lake Titicaca and boat cruise

Guided tour of Ollantaytambo                            Extension to Amazon Lodge:

Explore Sun Gate and Machu Picchu                 Transfer by boat to Puerto Maldonado’s Amazon Lodge

Horseback riding in Cuzco (optional)                 Participate in canopy tour ecotourism lectures

Visit the Sacsayhuaman Fortress                        Explore biological and geographical diversity and wildlife

Visit Indian Market in Pisac                                  Boat ride to Monkey Island

Peru Community Visit and home stays              Service projects with locals – eco-focused community development

Contact Us for More Information:
Dr. Bryce Jorgensen—Department of Family & Child Science, GT W311F, brycej@nmsu.edu;

Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

We Refugees: Venice Biennale and Documenta 14

Earn 6 credits of either ART or ENGLISH!

The Venice Biennale, is a massive international contemporary art exhibition that includes work by over 158 artists from more than 88 countries. Similarly, Documenta 14 is one of the largest curated exhibitions in the world, and focuses on global politics and situations intersecting with conversations and programming in contemporary art. Documenta happens every five years, so this is a unique opportunity for students to engage with two of the premier international art exhibitions of the decade. Students will start in Kassel, Germany, then move on to Venice, Italy, exploring the idea of the “refugee,” the mobile, nomadic, post-national citizen.

The final exhibition associated with the course will occur on the NMSU campus during the Fall 2017 semester.

  • Cost: Approximately $2,600 plus airfare. Includes full program cost, tours, fees, Insurance, NMSU Credits, Health Evaluation, and rooms. Does not include spending money while abroad.
  • Dates: June 19th – July 1st, 2017
  • Deadline: November 15th, 2016

Contact Us for More Information:
Dr. Wes Kline—Department of Art, brycej@nmsu.edu;

Dr. Anthony Stagliano—Department of English, brycej@nmsu.edu;

Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

 

Tropical Insect Ecology in Peru

EPWS 451/551– Earn 3 credits in less than 2 weeks!

Explore the Amazonian rainforest. Students are introduced to insect-life in the heart of Peru, understanding how important these species are to the ecosystem, including an overview of ongoing entomological research being carried out on site and customized investigations led by Dr. Bundy. Students will visit the cloud forest and the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu.

Manu National Park is a UNESCO recognized Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage site. 1300 species of butterfly, the highest concentration in the world, have been identified. They live alongside 650 species of beetle, 300 species of ant and 136 species of dragonfly.

The course will be led by Dr. Scott Bundy, Professor of Entomology at NMSU.

  • Cost: $3200— accommodation, most food, field trips, transport, 24/7 in country support and lots of fun! Does not include airfare or spending money. Study Abroad scholarships may be available. $500 Non-Refundable Deposit
  • Dates: July 25th – August 5th, 2017
  • Application Deadline: March 1st, 2017

For more information on the program, please contact
Dr. Scott Bundy— Professor of Entomology, cbundy@nmsu.edu
Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

Europe’s Migration Crisis – Germany Service Learning  GOVT 411/517

GOVT 411/517– Earn 3 credits in 10 days!

This inter-disciplinary, service-learning study-abroad course examines the current migration crisis in Europe, which has fundamentally affected and transformed the European continent. In particular Germany has emerged as the political core of the crisis. This study-abroad trip to southern Germany/Munich will engage students with the immediate social complexity of the integration of migrants in Germany. The service-learning component of this study-abroad course will allow students to actively participate in current integration processes in the field. Students will shadow and assist local non-profit groups/state agencies in their efforts to guide migrants and refugees through the
various stages of the integration process. Additionally, students will attend seminars and workshops to engage with local think tanks, state and non-state agencies to learn about the historical, political, and philosophical context and framework, surrounding Europe’s struggle with multi-culturalism and migration. Additionally, students will visit civic groups, migrant communities, engaging with newly incoming migrants/refugees and first generation migrant populations.

 

The course will be led by Dr. Sabine Hirschauer, Professor of Government at NMSU.

  • Cost: $1650— accommodation, field trips, transport, 24/7 in country support and lots of fun! Does not include airfare, food or spending money. Study Abroad scholarships may be available. $500 Non-Refundable Deposit billed to your Spring student account, with the rest billed to your Fall student account
  • Dates: July 18th – July 28th, 2017
  • Application Deadline: March 15th, 2017

For more information on the program, please contact
Dr. Sabine Hirschauer — Professor of Government, shirscha@nmsu.edu
Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

#EngageNM Service Learning toThailand

This program is designed to immerse participants in Thai culture and the issues faced by Thai citizens and minority groups. Working in a rural community it will provide participants with the opportunity to experience the operational activities and structure of effective development projects in a range of fields, including English teaching and reforestation and enable individuals to contribute actively to real initiatives making a real difference.

 

  • Cost: $2906— Includes in-country airport transfer, 16 nights accommodation in guesthouse facilities with 3 meals per day, project donations and all activities as per itinerary. Does not include airfare, or spending money. $500 Non-Refundable Deposit billed to your Spring student account, with the rest billed to your Fall student account
  • Dates: July 24th – August 9th, 2017
  • Application Deadline: March 15th, 2017

For more information on the program, please contact
Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

CPI Graduate Group: Teaching Culture with Technology

SPAN 590– Earn graduate level credit while experiencing the beauty of Costa Rica!

  • Cost: $2145— accommodation, field trips, transport, 24/7 in country support and lots of fun! Does not include airfare or spending money. Total program cost billed to your Spring student account.
  • Dates: July 18th – July 28th, 2017
  • Application Deadline: March 15th, 2017

For more information on the program, please contact
Professor Jeff Longwell — Professor of Language & Linguistics, jelongwe@nmsu.edu
Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

History of Mexico City   HIST 269

HIST 269– Earn 3 credits in 9 days!

Visit museums and archeological sites in beautiful Mexico City while earning 3 Special Topics credit towards your degree!

  • Cost: $1745— accommodation, airfare, some meals, 24/7 in country support and lots of fun! Does not include in-country transportation, excursions, & some meals. Financial Aid available for those who qualify.Study Abroad scholarships may be available. Total program cost billed to your Spring student account.
  • Dates: May 14th- May 22nd, 2017
  • Application Deadline: March 15, 2017

For more information on the program, please contact
Dr. Juan Garcia — jbgarcia@nmsu.edu
Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

Equine Industry & Business Operations in Ireland

Earn 3 credits of ANSC 350 in two weeks!

Earn 3 credits over two weeks with this purebred Equine Industry program in the Emerald Isle, the home of bloodstock breeding. Visit and interact with industry leaders from national and local organizations, businesses, and regulatory bodies, from horse racing and and eventing, to equine research, bloodstock sales, and equine therapy, in various locations across Ireland. 

  • Cost: $3100— accommodation, field trips, transport, 24/7 in country support and lots of fun! Does not include airfare, some meals, or spending money. Total program cost billed to your Spring student account.
  • Dates: July 16 – 30, 2017
  • Application Deadline: March 15th, 2017

For more information on the program, please contact
Dr. Laura White- Professor, Animal & Range Sciences, lmwhite@nmsu.edu
Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

Healers, Spirituality & Herbs

PHLS 466/ MPH566 Contemporary Alternative Medicine in Ireland

This program introduces students to the history and culture of Ireland– in particular through the spectrum of Irish traditional folk medicine. Students will have the opportunity to learn directly from local faculty and practitioners of contemporary alternative medicine.

  • Cost: $2800— accommodation, field trips, transport, 24/7 in country support and lots of fun! Does not include airfare, some meals, or spending money. Total program cost billed to your Spring student account.
  • Dates: July 24th – August 8th, 2017
  • Application Deadline: March 15th, 2017

For more information on the program, please contact
Dr. Susan Wilson — Professor, Public Health, wilsonsl@nmsu.edu
Angel Palumbo—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

 

Culture, Place & Communication in Ireland

COMM 491/ GEOG 491– Earn 6 credits in 2 weeks!

Get an insider’s look at Ireland from the complementary fields of cultural geography and communication. From the historic ties and modern tensions over peatland and oil wells to the resurgence of Irish language learning and rural Irish-language communities, this program showcases all Ireland has to offer for the multi-disciplinary thinker. Plus, it’s a great time! Anyone up for a little Guinness and GAA?

  • Cost: $2940— accommodation, field trips, transport, 24/7 in country support and lots of fun! Does not include airfare, some meals, or spending money. $500 deposit in Summer, remainder billed to Fall student account.
  • Dates: July 24th – August 9th, 2017
  • Application Deadline: April 28th, 2017

For more information on the program, please contact
Dr. Dan Dugas — Professor, Geography, ddugas@nmsu.edu
Dr. Eric Morgan — Professor, Communication, emorgan@nmsu.edu
Caitlin Dugas—International Education Advisor, Garcia Annex RM 238, stdyabrd@nmsu.edu

 

COSTA RICA

Experience the best that Costa Rica has to offer with CPI, Centro Panamericano de Idiomas! This two week program offers everything from zip line tours, mud baths, excursions to Flamingo Beach, Latin cooking classes, a snorkel cruise, personalized volunteer projects and more! Immerse yourself in Spanish language while gaining Spanish credits and valuable hands-on volunteer experience.

Dr. Longwell, professor of Spanish at NMSU, will lead the program. Earn 4 credits of lower division Spanish or 6 credits of upper division Spanish in just two weeks! Students studying any level of Spanish may go on the program.

Cost: $3,600
Dates: January 1st – January 14th, 2017
Deadline: November 1, 2016
For more information on the program, please contact:
Professor Jeff Longwell—Department of Language and Linguistics, jelongwe@nmsu.edu
Angel Palumbo—Director—Office of Education Abroad, Garcia Annex RM 238, apalumbo@ad.nmsu.edu

SPRING BREAK – 2017

SILK ROAD

Explore the ancient Silk Road and cross-cultural influences in Western China. Students will join Dr. Masson, Dr. Goehring, and Dr. Brooks in this “living classroom,” viewing China’s interactions with the peoples at its borders, both historically and today. Expect to learn basic communication skills in Mandarin, experience daily life in contemporary China and analyze how the past has helped shaped the future.

Stops include Xi’an, the cradle of imperial China, home to the Terracotta army of Emperor Qin Shihuangdi, and the Great Mosque. Lanzhou, exploring the Labrang Monastery, the largest Tibetan Buddhist monastery outside of Tibet, and the spectacular monumental Buddhist carvings at Bingling Temple. Jiayuguan, including the ancient royal tombs of the Wei and Jin dynasties (3rd-6th centuries) and Jiayuguan Pass, one of the most important outposts on the Great Wall during the Ming dynasty. Lastly, Dunhuang, visiting the Western-most terminus of the Great Wall, the mysterious Crescent Lake in the Gobi Desert, and the UNESCO world-heritage Mogao Grottoes, consisting of hundreds of caves with spectacular Buddhist painted murals and sculptures.

Cost: $2,670 
Dates: March 17th – 26th, 2017
Pre-requisites: A passport that is valid through December 1, 2017 with two blank pages. Must be 18 years old by March 10, 2017
Deadline: November 15, 2016
For more information on the program, please contact:

Professors
Dr. Elvira Masson—Department of History, Breland Hall RM 122, emasson@nmsu.edu;
Dr. Margaret Goehring—Department of Art, Center for the Arts 333, goehring@nmsu.edu;

 

BELIZE

  1. “Tropical Insect Ecology” (3 cr)

EPPWS 451/551 “Tropical Insect Ecology” (3 credits) with Dr. Scott Bundy (cbundy@nmsu.edu) in  Entomology, Plant Pathology and Weed Science Department. Study wildlife and insect ecology furing a biodiversity survey comparing tropical ecosystems.

Dates: March 21-30, 2014
PRICE: $2,372

  1. “Wildllfe Medicine and Conservation in the Tropics” (3 cr)

ANSC 450/550:  “Wildlife Medicine and Conservation in the Tropics” (3 cr) with Dr. Isabelle Paquet-Durand and Dr. Tim Ross (tross@nmsu.edu) in the Animal Science Department.  Visit wildlife reserves and get hands-on clinical and field experience working alongside a wildlife veterinarian.

Dates: March 21-28, 2014
Price: $1,999

 

COSTA RICA

“Tropical Field Ecology” (2 cr)  AND  “Statistics” (2 cr)  = Total 4 credits

BIOL 450/550 “Tropical Field Ecology” (2 credits) with Dr. Tim Wright (wright@nmsu.edu)in Biology Department.

AND

A ST 450/550 “Occupancy Modeling” (2 credits) with Dr. Bill Gould (wgould@nmsu.edu) in ASTAT Department. Study Tropical Field Ecology (Biology) and Occupancy Modeling (Statistics) during a biodiversity survey comparing tropical highland and lowland ecosystems.

Dates: March 21-30, 2014
PRICE: $1,756

MEXICO

HON 450V (Sundt Seminar) “Archaeology of Sustainability” with Dr. Rani Alexander (raalexan@nmsu.edu) and Anthropology Department. Study Maya archaeology of sustainability as we visits sites around the Yucatan of Mexico.

Dates: March 21-30, 2014
Price:
Price and details coming soon

CHINA

“Splendors of Imperial China” (3 cr) OR “Cultural History of Imperial China” (3 cr)

ART 311/511: “Splendors of Imperial China” (3 cr) with Dr. Margaret Goehring (goehring@nmsu.edu) in the Art Department

OR

HIST 323: “Cultural History of Imperial China” (3 cr) with Dr. Elvira Hammond (ehammond@nmsu.edu) in the History Department. This course will take you through many of the famous artistic expressions of China and explore the history of their times.

Dates:
Price:
Price and details coming soon

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MAYMESTER (May courses) 2014

“Exploring the Ancient Silk Road”

FRANCE

“French Language and Culture in Provence” (3 cr)

FREN 306 “French Language and Culture in Provence” with Dr. Glenn Fezter (gwfetzer@nmsu.edu) in the Language and Linguistics Department. Study and practice conversational French and experience the cuture and sites of the Provence region of France, with stays in Paris and the southern coast.

Dates: May 11-June 3, 2014
Price: $3,769

ITALY

“Food and Culture of Italy” (6 cr)   Both Spring- and Fall-Listed courses

SPRING: HRTM 450: “Food and Culture of Italy”.  Culinary Arts series at Apicius Institutue with Dr. Keith Mandabach (kmandaba@nmsu.edu) in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management Department. Study and practice culinary skills at this renound culinary school in Florence, Italy.    This is a Spring-listed course.

FALL: HRTM 492: “Pairing Food and Wine – Cultural Introduction to Italy” — OR — “Italian Regional Cuisine: The Marketing Mix: Product, Price, Place and Promition Pastry Shop”

Dates: May 18-June 7, 2014
Price:  $3,750

PANAMA

“Herpetology” (3 cr)

FWCE 467/567 “Herpetology” with Dr. Nicole Harings (haringsn@nmsu.edu) and Dr. Ed Boles (edboles@nmsu.edu) in the Fisheries, WIldlife Science and Conservation Ecology Department. Study herpetology, aquatic ecology, amphibians and repitle conservation of wetlands, riparian forests, and riverine systems.

Dates: May 14-25, 2014
Price: $1,198

BELIZE

NMSU’s Creative Media Arts is offering CMI 398: “Documentary Filmmaking in Belize” (3 credits), May 12-23, 2014

Adventure! Wildlife! Documentary Filmmaking!  This 3-credit Spring Mini-Semester Course is an intensive introduction to documentary filmmaking, culminating in a 12-day trip to Belize. Guided by Professor Ilana Lapid and Emmy Award winning documentarians Carol and Richard Foster, students will shoot and edit short documentaries about life in the subtropical rainforest of Belize. This course is process-oriented and focuses on developing documentary filmmaking skills and telling human-interest stories. Students will film the relationship between people and their environment and learn techniques for filming wildlife. Come earn credit and make films while exploring a stunning landscape and vibrant culture!

10 seats available. Open to CMI and other majors. Transfer credit available for non-NMSU students. Camera and editing skills preferred but not required. Scholarships are available.

Please contact Ilana Lapid for more information:  ilapid@nmsu.edu

Cost: $2,886 (Int’l airfare not included)
NMSU tuition/transfer credit: $777.60  (for 3 credits of undergraduate credit)

Course Dates: On-line instruction starts April 22. Travel to Belize: May 12 – 23, 2014

Deadline to Register: April 21

Watch last year’s promotional video:  http://vimeo.com/69040749

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Summer-Listed Courses, 2014

SUMMER (May and June) 2014

CHINA

“International Business” (3 cr)

IB 351: “International Business” with Dr. Yu-Feng “Winnie” Lee  (wlin@nmsu.edu) in Business Department.  Study global business practices and its environment, partly with the case discussion on Chinese buisiness operation/culture.

Dates: May 27-June 21, 2014
Price: $2,550