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  • Locations: Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Spring Semester
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
includes credit for core requirements: Yes
Program Description:

Semester Abroad in the U.K.


The Premier Global Perspectives Experience (2018)


*2019 Information Coming Soon

A picture from the NZ Edu Trip

List of Locations:

Cambridge, U.K.
Bath, U.K.
London, U.K.
Edinburgh, U.K.
Dublin, U.K.
Galway, U.K.
and much more!

 


Trip Dates: Fall Spring 2019 (Exact Dates TBA)

London Bridge 2013
 

COST:    $15,000 (Cost for Spring 2018, 2019 TBD)


Questions? Please contact Angeline McMullin at: amcmullin@leeuniversity.edu


UK Phone Booth
Trip Directors:

Trip Directors for the 2019: Randy Wood

Randy Wood came to Lee in 1998 to teach history and assist Dr. Melton in building Lee’s “new” Humanities program.  Dr. Wood specializes in British and European History and currently serves as Chair of the History, Political Science, and Humanities Dept.  He did PhD research in London and has led Lee trips to New England, Italy, and Germany. 

Dr. Wood loves teaching Gateway, Humanities, Capstone, Encore and any class about stuff that is more than 200 years old. His wife Audri is a teacher and curriculum director at Tennessee Christian Preparatory School.  Randy and Audri have four children: Calvin, David, Emma, and Abby.  Audri and the girls will be joining Randy for portions of the trip.

Email: rwood@leeuniversity.edu ~ Office: Humanities 301
Phone: 423-614-8137

 

Course Information:

Credit Hours Received: 15

Tentative Courses Offered:

1. GNST 251 Cross-Cultural Experience, Randy Wood - 3 credit hour
2. UKSA 352 British Cinema, J. Salyer - 3 credit hours
3. UKSA 351 For King and Country: The Monarchy in British History, Randy Wood - 3 credit hours
4. UKSA 350 The Works of C.S. Lewis, M. Melton - 3 credit hours
5. UKSA 353 British Theatre, C. Williams - 3 credit hours
UK Class 2012Cinque Terre 2013
 
 




This program is currently not accepting applications.