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Global Temple Conference

In this summer program students will take one class with a faculty member from Temple University, and choose a second course in a field of their interest from the four classes offered at the Freie Universitat in Berlin (FUBiS), the university host for the program. 

Courses in Track A meet on Mondays and Thursdays, and Track B course meet on Tuesdays and Fridays. Wednesday is reserved for class excursions.

All students will enroll in Track A course, CLA 2030: Special Topics in Liberal Arts III- Berlin: Experience and Reflection (3 credits) course with a faculty member from Temple University, and choose a second three-credit Track B course, from the list below, in a field of their interest from the approved classes offered at the Freie Universitat in Berlin (FUBiS). Track B courses will continue to be added through December, so please check back frequently. Students will receive an in-depth look at the layers of history, culture, economics and politics that have formed the city symbolizing the strengths and complexities of modern Europe. 

  • Course load: two, 3-credit courses
  • Temple students who successfully complete (with a C- or better) credit-bearing coursework worth at least three semester hours in an approved summer or semester study abroad program with a minimum stay abroad of 28-days will satisfy the World Society (GG) requirement.

If you have any questions about the academic program please contact our Program Manager.

Track B courses will continue to be added to the website through December, so please check back frequently. During summer 2019, the four approved courses offered at the Freie Universitat in Berlin (FUBiS) included:

  • History 2480: Topics in European History: Seduction and Terror: Hitler’s Germany
  • History 3422: Art, Culture, and European Societies
  • Philosophy 3280: Special Topics: Law, Society, and Politics in Comparative Perspective
  • Political Science 2000: Special Topics: Europe, Migration, Refugees
College of Liberal Arts
Course Title Course Number Semester(s) Scheduled Description Notes
Special Topics in Liberal Arts III: Berlin Experience and Reflection 2030 Specific topics vary each semester.  Why take this course in Berlin? This course will utilize the city of Berlin as a living classroom. The purpose... read more »