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Language of Instruction: English Minimum GPA: 2.0
Areas of Study: Philosophy Class Status: 2) Sophomore, 3) Junior, 4) Senior
Housing Options: Dorm Program Type: Global Ed.
Program Description:
 Cambridge
Great Texts, Great Conversation, Great Britain - Join us in Cambridge for some great philosophy! Rev Gregory Schulz, DMin, PhD, will guide you through the thinking of mediaeval philosophers such as Anselm, Abelard and Ockham. Then there will be day trips to Canterbury (Anselm), Bath (Adelard) and Oxford (Duns Scotus and William of Ockham). There are many mediaeval manuscript collections in Cambridge to visit as well as local sites to give you an idea of life in mediaeval times (e.g. West Stow Anglo Saxon village, Lavenham (one of the best preserved mediaeval villages in England) Ely cathedral, and Longthorpe Hall (for mediaeval wall paintings), all hosted by the great folks at Westfield Hall, just up the street from one of CS Lewis's favorite Cambridge pubs.
 
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Course(s)

Students who join this program will be required to register for one of the following courses:
 
  • Undergraduates-   PHIL 410 Mediaeval Philosophy (3 credits)
This course is listed in the Spring 2019 semester. 

Travel Dates

  • May 25th - June 15th, 2019*

*Students will participate in pre and post-trip coursework, and will travel in the middle of that work. Dates subject to change.

Leaders

This course is led by Rev Gregory Schulz, DMin, PhD, popular international author, lecturer, preacher, and Professor of Philosophy at Concordia University Wisconsin. Rev. Schulz taught at Westfield House in Cambridge during 2014, and has also taught at the Ft. Wayne Seminary. Students will greatly benefit from his instruction and leadership during this trip. Please contact him with any questions about the program. 
 

Requirements

  • This program is open to all students, but is particularly geared toward undergraduate Philosophy students. There are no pre-requisites, but previous philosophy coursework is suggested.
  • Must be in good academic and conduct standing with the institution.
  • Must register for the associated course. 
  • Must comply with all deadlines for applications, document submissions, deposits and other payments.

Costs

  • Program Fees: $3,000*
  • Tuition (3 credits)**
  • Study Abroad Fee: $50
  • iNext Insurance Costs: $50
*This is a rough estimate. Final cost will be determined in late 2018. 
**For full-time traditional undergraduates, there is no additional charge for tuition as long as the 3-credit course does not put you over 18 credits for the Spring semester.  

Inclusions

Included in the Program Fees are:
  • Round-trip airfare
  • Airport transfer and ground transportation
  • Lodging
  • Some meals
  • Day-trip cultural visits near Cambridge
Not Included:
  • Fees associated with obtaining a valid passport or visa
  • Personal expenses
  • Some meals
  • Activities during free times


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2019 03/15/2019
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Rolling Admission 05/25/2019 06/15/2019
Summer 2020 03/01/2020 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

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