Students are invited to learn about the bioethics study abroad course to Paris over spring break during an information session today (Dec. 5) from noon to 1 p.m. in Tinkham Veale University Center, Room 204.
BETH 315D/415D French Connections: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Medical Ethics is open to undergrads, graduate students and postgraduates from any discipline. This is a three-credit hour course during spring semester. Undergraduates can earn the Engineering Humanities or Global and Diversity Credit.
During the information session, faculty member Michael Flatt will talk about the variety of speakers, topics and site visits students can participate in during this weeklong, short-term study abroad program. Lunch will be provided at the session.
Students can optionally RSVP for the session if they plan to attend.
Those who can’t attend the session but want to ask questions or apply can email firstname.lastname@example.org.