England & Scotland: Second Year Experience


Important Dates:

 

 

 

Deposit Deadline: January 10, 2020
Scholarship Deadline: December 11, 2019
Final Payment Deadline: February 28, 2020
Mandatory Orientation Meeting: Spring Semester 2020

Courses Offered:

*Students do NOT have to take both classes to go on the program*

ECON 1810:  Introduction to Economics
Professor: Dr. Mark Thompson
Email: mark.thompson@augusta.edu

A survey course that covers both macro- and microeconomics and is aimed at developing an understanding of economic policies and problems. Students will understand political, social, and institutional developments in the United States and across the globe.
They will learn to advocate an effective solution to a problem or issue after analyzing and evaluating multiple approaches to that problem. ***This is a CORE course requirement for Area E***

---This class will meet on Tuesdays in the spring semester from 2:30 - 3:45 PM


INQR 1000: Fundamentals of Academic Inquiry

Professor: Dr. Elizabeth Huggins
Email: ehuggins@augusta.edu

Inquiry 1000 is a one credit hour, small group, discussion-based course designed to engage lower division
students in the discovery, exploration, and analysis of ideas that faculty members, across a variety of
disciplines, study and investigate. Throughout the course, students will discuss how professors, and
ultimately students, formulate questions to research/explore, discuss ways to collect and analyze data to
help answer questions, and convey the results to answer a specific question.

---This class will meet on Thursdays in the spring semester from 2:30 - 3:45 PM

Find your major/minor course requirements

Itinerary:

Friday, May 22
Depart US for Scotland

Saturday, May 23 (D)
Arrive Edinburgh
Bus to train station
Lunch on your own at tran station
Train to Grantham 
Settle into rooms at Harlaxton

Sunday, May 24 (B, L, D)
Lincoln Excursion
Lincoln Castle and Cathedral
Explore Lincoln
Free Evening at Harlaxton

Monday, May 25 (B,L,D)
Tour of Harlaxton Manor
Explore Grantham and the local Area
Teaspoon Tea Company

Tuesday, May 25 (B,L,D)
Denby and Chatsworth
Denby Pottery Factory Tour
Chatowrth House and Gardens

Wednesday, May 26 (B,L,D)
Birmingham and Broomwich
Castle Bromwich
Tour of Land Rover plant
Explore Birmingham
Tour of Aston Villa stadium

Thursday, May 27 (B,D)
Morning Guest Leacture "Business Issues at Harlaxton Manor"
Day Excursion to Leicester
Visit Leicester Cathedral and Richard III Memorial

Friday, May 29 (B,L) 
Check out of Harlaxton
Train to Edinburgh
Caton Hill and explore monuments and views of the city

Saturday, May 30 (B)
Edinburgh Castle
Explore Royal Mile
Harry Potter Walking Tour of Edinburgh
Visit National Gallery of Scotland
Dinner and free evening on your own

Sunday, May 31 (B)
Holyrood Palace
Hike Arthur's Seat
Visit Scottish Parliament
Theater Performance

Monday, June 1 (B)
Departure day
Arrive back in United States

Financial Information:

Program Fee: $3100 + Tuition & Fees

Deposit: $200

Final Payment: DUE February 7, 2020

Tuition & Fees: Click here to calculate how much yours will be
What's included? Airfare, lodging, mandatory excursions, travel insurance, some meals
Additional Expenses: some meals, passport

 

Payment policies and additional funding information:

Payment/Deposit Policy
Funding Your Program
Financial Aid Guide

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Update 8/5/19