Choose from domestic and international programs that satisfy general education, major, minor or concentration requirements. Deadlines quickly approaching for Study Abroad/ Study Away opportunities,so check out some of the wonderful opportunities below:
HUMN 361 (30186), ANTH 470 (30121), HUMN 551 (30189)
Take part on-site in an archaeological field project that investigates the remains of a Roman imperial villa located in Genzano di Roma, Italy, 18 miles from Rome!
- Receive hands-on experience with field investigation and restoration of excavated remains/ artifacts such as Roman pottery, glass mosaic tiles and fragments of imported marble.
- Engage in on-site workshops and field trips to museums and archeological sites in the Alban Hills area.
- Explore the charming locale of Genzano and make excursions to the neighboring metropolis of Rome.
There are no prerequisites to participate in this program. The courses count as free electives for all majors. View Additional Information for Archaeological Field School.
THTR 432 (30338)
Immerse in a 13-day experience centered around the Prague Quadrennial (PQ), an international exhibition and symposium of design for performance!
- Explore the complexities in today’s performance spaces, design, and events.
- Engage in live interactive events inclusive of workshops, lectures and live performances.
- Experience the history of art, architecture style through tours of Prague, Czesky Krumlov and Kutna Hora and a special visit to the Terezin Ghetto.
Not Quite Ready for Overseas?
TVDM 255 (30883)
Participate on a collaborative Media Research project about the changing environment of Yellowstone National Park, America’s first national park!
- Explore the history, environment, cultural significance and current challenges facing the Great Yellowstone Ecosystem.
- Engage in concepts of creativity as a conceptual framework to conduct interviews, photography and film in the area.
- Design a collaborative media presentation focusing on an issue of your choice.
Summer Session Q & A
Stop by our table, Monday April 1, 12-1:30 p.m., Student Center, 2nd Floor Lobby, for summer information and receive free swag!*
*Montclair State student ID required. Quantity limited. While supplies last.
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