All Study Abroad Programs are Listed on the Study Abroad Website Here.
Cross Cultural Communications in China: Beijing, Shanghai,Shaoxing and Hangzhou: 3 credit hours
Two different courses, one for undergraduates, one for graduate students:
English 4200, Study Abroad in China: Cross Cultural Communication (undergraduate course) (20 seats)
English 8900, Study Abroad in China: Cross Cultural Communication (graduate course) (15 seats)
These courses will be co-taught by two rhetoric professors in the English Dept.: Dr. George Pullman and Dr. Baotong Gu, with some lectures by professors in China on various topics of the Chinese society and culture.
The Confucius Institute will cover most of your expenses in China, including tuition, lodging, transportation, admission tickets for the tour sites, plus some of your meals.
To apply, go to www.studyabroad.gsu.edu??go=ConfuciusInstitute.
For details, please consult the brochure
There are many non-GSU sponsored study abroad programs open to students at GSU. The best first step is to visit the Study Abroad Office and talk with a staff member. Those who wish to do a little research on their own can begin with the websites listed below.
Studying in Japan: A Japanese government website
Pasona Summer Internships in Japan