Montana State University

Greece

The Greek Cultural Experience
June 15 - July 26, 2014

 

Location: Perrotis College and the American Farm, Thessalonika, Greece

 

Faculty Leaders:  Dr. Dan Flory, Philosophy and Dr. Susan Kollin, English

 

Eligibility: MSU and non-MSU students        

Level: Undergraduate

Courses Offered: 

  • The Greek Palate (Greek Cuisine)
  • From Zeus to Byzantium (Greek Mythology & the Early Christian Legacy),
  • Introduction to the European Union
  • Marketing Management
  • Principles of Precision Agriculture & Environmental Sustainability
  • Agrotourism Principles & Practises
  • Principles of Food Science
  • Agro-Environmental Business management
  • Introduction to Livestock Science
  • Homestays available
  • Service Learning

 

In addition, students can choose from taking a course offered by MSU philosophy professor Dan Flory, or a course from MSU English professor Susan Kollin.

 

 

Credits: 6 to 9

 

Click HERE to see a beautiful video of Greece

 

Application Deadline: March 14, 2014

Application Materials: Click here to access Application

 

Acceptance Forms:  Click here to download Acceptance Forms

 

Funding Sources: Follow this link to find sources to help finance your study abroad trip

Program Overview: This trip gives students the opportunity to experience Greek culture first hand. Courses are designed to match the needs and interests of students pursuing degrees different fields, including humanities, business, agriculture, sustainable development, food studies, and international relations.  A service learning component is offered, as well as homestays.  Complete this study abroad program with a sailing option in the beautiful and historic Aegean Sea.

Language:  English

 

For more Information:

Dr. Dan Flory: 994.5209; dflory@montana.edu

Dr. Susan Kollin: 994.5184; susan.kollin@msu.montana.edu

Kevin Brustuen (OIP):  994.7512; kevin.brustuen@montana.edu