Global Classroom Series

Global Classroom Series

Global Classroom Series (GCS) courses are three-credit semester-long classes taught at Marymount throughout the entire semester, which include an international field experience of one week to ten days. This unique type of experience allows students to learn about the course material in the classroom and then apply that knowledge in an international setting. The group activities are designed to complement and expand upon the course content. Since 2011, hundreds of Marymount students have participated in affordable and convenient GCS programs all over the world to explore their coursework from a global perspective.

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2021-2022 Global Classroom Series Programs

Fall 2021

Travel Dates: December 26, 2021- January 7, 2022

  • POL 386 Politics of East Asia

    Taipei, Taiwan with Dr. Chad Rector
    Prerequisite: EN 102 and either POL 102 or POL 103
    Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: GP, SS-2, WI
    Program Fee: $1850

Spring 2022

Travel Dates: March 4-12, 2022

Applications Will Open in Fall 2021

*Locations are subject to change
  • CJ 212 Comparative Justice

    Budapest, Hungary with Dr. Stephanie Foster
    Prerequisite: None
    Major Elective

  • COMM 210 Intercultural Communication

    Berlin, Germany with Dr. Megan McFarlane
    Prerequisite: EN 102
    Major Elective

  • ECO 211 Principles of Macroeconomics

    Budapest, Hungary & Prague, the Czech Republic with Dr. Brian Hollar
    Prerequisite: MGT 123 or any 100-level or higher Mathematics course
    Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: SS-1

  • ED 421 Community-Based Global Field Experience

    Panama, Panama with Dr. Clara Hauth

  • ​FA 410 Topics in Art History: Van Eyck to Bruegel

    Brussels, Belgium with Dr. Mark Trowbridge
    Prerequisite: EN 102
    Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: FNA, WI

  • GMD 102 Visual Communication & Design

    Berlin, Germany with Professor Bridget Murphy
    Prerequisite: None

  • GSP 203 The Global City

    Mexico City, Mexico with Dr. Delario Lindsey
    Prerequisite: None; Priority will be given to Global Scholars (GS). Permission from the instructor for non-GS students
    Global Scholar Requirement

  • HI 341 African Americans since 1865

    Birmingham, Selma, and Montgomery, Alabama with Dr. Mark Benbow
    Prerequisite: HI 111
    Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: HI-2

  • HI 375 The Renaissance and the Reformation

    Florence, Italy with Dr. Jace Stuckey
    Prerequisite: HI 103, HI 104, or HI 114
    Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: HI-2, WI

  • HPR 202 Exercise Physiology: The Biathlon Experience

    Tallin & Otepää, Estonia with Dr. Michael Nordvall
    Prerequisite: HPR 201 or permission from the instructor
    Major Requirement

  • SOC 385 Global Inequality & Global Development

    San Juan, Puerto Rico with Dr. Matt Bakker
    Prerequisite: SOC 131 or SOC 203 or SOC 204 or permission of instructor
    Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: SS-2, GP

  • TRS 272 The Mystery of the Church

    Rome, Italy with Dr. Brian Flanagan
    Prerequisite: TRS 100
    Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: TRS-2

 $1800 Program Fee Includes:

  • Round-trip international airfare
  • Double occupancy accommodations
  • Ground transportation
  • Daily breakfast
  • All program activities
  • Emergency travel insurance

NOTE: Students must apply and be accepted to the GCS programs and the CGE will take care of registering accepted students for the course. Students participating in these programs MUST be enrolled in the course for the entire semester to attend the international experience.