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*Please verify specific dates with instructor and confirm that the course has adequate enrollment to make before making travel arrangements.
*Itinerary and class dates are subject to change.
Shared hotel accommodations will be provided at The Pod 39 or a comparable hotel.
This course is open to all majors. Students who might be interested include Civil, Geology and Geological Engineering, Mechanical, and General Engineering; International Studies; Art and Art History; History; Political Science; Public Policy Leadership; Business; and Journalism and New Media majors. Engineering majors seeking technical elective credit must have junior standing and complete specific technical assignments to fulfill the requirements. Engineering students should check with their advisors to ensure they enroll in the appropriate course to fit their elective credit requirements.
Students will attend class on the Oxford campus May 16-18 and then depart for New York City on Sunday, May 20. They will spend five nights in New York City, returning on Friday, May 25.
Students will make their own travel arrangements to and from New York. Airfare can be billed to their bursar account by making arrangements through Amber Gregory at Travel Leaders at AGregory@travelleaders.com or (800) 624-6579, ext. 151.
The course fee is $1,125 plus tuition. Included in the course fee are accommodation, tours, one group meal, and group ground transportation once in Manhattan. Excluded from the course fee are the Study USA application fee, tuition, meals, airport transportation, airfare, and personal spending money.
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