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 courses, taught in English:
- All program participants enroll in CLA 2030: Special Topics in Liberal Arts III- Berlin: Experience and Reflection (3 credits), taught by a faculty member from Temple University (meets Mondays and Thursdays).
- You will choose a second three-credit course from the approved "track B" classes offered at the Freie Universitat in Berlin (FUBiS) (meets Tuesdays and Fridays).
If you have any questions about the academic program or would like to request syllabi, please contact the Program Director and Faculty Advisor.
Academic program notes
- Course load: two, 3-credit courses
- The Temple University program director and faculty advisor teaches one class and oversees the academics during the program.
- The approved FUBiS courses are taught by guest faculty from the US or by regular faculty from FUBiS, the university host for the program.
- Following completion of the FUBiS course on the program, you will earn credit for the Temple University course equivalent to the level of course you took while in Berlin.
- 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.