In order to encourage students to travel and study abroad, the department cooperates with several established educational organizations that provide semester or full academic year programs in foreign countries. Students may complete a substantial part of their requirements for a major concentration in a language through one of these programs. In addition, the department sponsors its own summer study abroad programs in Spain, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico and France. See the Department Chair for further details.

Morehouse in France 2015

May 15, 2015 - June 13, 2015

Program cost: $3350 + Airfare ($1500 aprox.)

INCLUDED

• Tuition and fees for two courses credit
• Home stays with French families
• Excursions in Southern France (Toulouse Region)
• Breakfast and dinner
• Public Transportation

ACADEMICS

Classes are from Monday through Friday. Upon successful completion of all class-work, participation on tours and cultural activities, students receive equivalent academic credit for two courses in French. Students may take a grammar class, equivalent to French 202 or, for more advanced students, Upper level courses

HOUSING

Students live with local families in home stays and breakfast and dinner are eaten with the family. Since participants are considered family members, they are expected to abide by house rules. 

NOT INCLUDED

• Airfare (approximately $1500 for required group airfare)
• Passport
• Personal items and expenses
• Baggage charges and porter tips
• Departure taxes (often included in airfare)
• Additional airline fees

ELIGIBILITY

  1. A minimum of French 102 is required. 
  2. Have a GPA of 3.0 
  3. Complete thirty Morehouse semester hours.
  4. Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00, and have the approval of their academic advisor.
  5. Obtain clearance from the Morehouse Office of Student Conduct

Apply early to be assured of a place, since program size is limited.

RISK, RESPONSIBILITY, AND LIABILITY

All foreign travel involves the risk of personal injury, property damage or loss, and other risks associated with travel. Participants must sign a waiver of liability releasing the College and program directors from all claims for injury, illness, loss or liability. Information about travel warnings is
available from the U.S. Department of State. Health information for travelers is available from the CDC.

DOCUMENTS

A passport is required, as is proof of health insurance. PLEASE APPLY FOR YOUR PASSPORT IMMEDIATELY (IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A PASSPORT OR IF YOUR PASSPORT IS NOT CURRENT) and please make sure that you have health insurance coverage during the time of the Program.

INFORMATION AND APPLICATION

Application forms are available through the Department of Modern Foreign Languages.

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Vivian Brown
Associate Professor of French
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Ms. Sophie Weeks
Instructor of English
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Morehouse in Costa Rica 2015

May 10, 2015 - June 6, 2015

Program cost: $3250 + Airfare ($700 aprox.)

INCLUDED

• Tuition and fees for two courses credit
• Home stays with Costa Rican families
• Excursions in Costa Rica (San José Region)
• Public Transportation
• Breakfast and dinner

ACADEMICS

Classes are from Monday through Friday. Upon successful completion of all class-work, participation on tours and cultural activities, students receive equivalent academic credit for two courses in Spanish. Students may take a grammar class, equivalent to Spanish 202 or, for more advanced students, Upper level courses.

HOUSING

Students live with local families in home stays and breakfast and dinner are eaten with the family. Since participants are considered family members, they are expected to abide by house rules. 

NOT INCLUDED

• Airfare (approximately $700 for required group airfare)
• Passport
• Personal items and expenses
• Baggage charges and porter tips
• Departure taxes (often included in airfare)
• Additional airline fees

ELIGIBILITY

  1. A minimum of Spanish 102 is required. 
  2. Have a GPA of 3.0 
  3. Complete thirty Morehouse semester hours.
  4. Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00, and have the approval of their academic advisor.
  5. Obtain clearance from the Morehouse Office of Student Conduct

Apply early to be assured of a place, since program size is limited.

RISK, RESPONSIBILITY, AND LIABILITY

All foreign travel involves the risk of personal injury, property damage or loss, and other risks associated with travel. Participants must sign a waiver of liability releasing the College and program directors from all claims for injury, illness, loss or liability. Information about travel warnings is
available from the U.S. Department of State. Health information for travelers is available from the CDC.

DOCUMENTS

A passport is required, as is proof of health insurance. PLEASE APPLY FOR YOUR PASSPORT IMMEDIATELY (IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A PASSPORT OR IF YOUR PASSPORT IS NOT CURRENT) and please make sure that you have health insurance coverage during the time of the Program.

INFORMATION AND APPLICATION

Application forms are available through the Department of Modern Foreign Languages.

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Haakayoo Nobui Zoggyie
Associate Professor of Spanish
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Ms. Barbara Williams 
Instructor of Spanish
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