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Berlin, Germany

Courses

Global Temple Conference

This program offers an in-depth look at the layers of history, culture, and politics that have formed the city symbolizing the strengths and complexities of modern Europe.

You will enroll in two three-credit courses, taught in English:

If you have any questions about the academic program or would like to request syllabi, please contact the Program Director and Faculty Advisor

 

College of Liberal Arts
Course Title Course Number Semester(s) Scheduled Description Notes
(Required Course) Special Topics in Liberal Arts III: Berlin Experience and Reflection 2030 Summer 2023 This course will utilize the city of Berlin as a living classroom. The purpose of the course is to heighten cross-cultural awareness, and discuss the... read more »

Economics
Course Title Course Number Semester(s) Scheduled Description Notes
(FUBiS Course Offering) Special Topics/Non-Majors: The Economics of European Integration 2000 Summer 2023 What is today’s role of the European Union? After decades towards greater integration, economic relationships have recently become more fragile.... read more »

History
Course Title Course Number Semester(s) Scheduled Description Notes
(FUBiS Course Offering) Art, Culture, and European Societies 3422 Summer 2023 This course examines the shift from elitist forms of representation in the arts to the increased popularization (and democratization) of European... read more »

(FUBiS Course Offering) Topics in European History: Seduction and Terror: Hitler’s Germany 2480 Summer 2023 The ‘Thousand Year Reich’ promised by Hitler when he became Chancellor of Germany in January 1933 lasted but 12 years. During this time, Hitler and... read more »