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HUM 285 INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE IN MONTREAL and QUEBEC CITY

A Humanities Department initiative in the Spring Semester 2015
supports the Clinton Community College goal to prepare students to meet the challenges of a global society. This course is designed to encourage students to develop a global perspective through a cross-cultural learning experience on campus and in Montreal and Quebec City, Canada.


HUM 285 International Experience in Quebec Course Description:

Students will develop knowledge, skills and strategies to have a successful international study experience in Montreal and Quebec City. Students will enhance their cultural observation, communication, and acculturation skills; acquire basic knowledge of Quebec’s history and culture; and visit sites that are historically and culturally significant in Quebec.  During class meetings from January to May, the instructor will assist students in preparing for and completing the travel arrangements. Students will be required to participate in a four day class trip to Montreal during Spring break and a four day class trip to Quebec City  after the semester and finals are over. Before the class begins in January, students are required to attend a Quebec Required Preliminary Meeting to understand the specific program requirements, dates of travel, and fees to be able to participate in the program. 



For more information, click on requirements of participation above and/or contact the instructor of the course, David B. Graham, or Diane E. Parmeter