Earn Communication credits by taking German classes in Salzburg, Austria, studying at a business school in Paris, France, or study broadcasting and mass communication at the Dong Ah College of Broadcasting located near Ansung City, south of Seoul, Korea.
Learn more about each of these opportunities:
*Students who need accommodations based on a disability may contact 438-5853 or 438-8620 (TT/TDD)
This exciting program in Paris is a wonderful opportunity for students to not only earn credit towards their Communication major or minor, but also to experience the amazing city of Paris.
Students participating in this program will complete communication classes at Novancia, a state-of-the-art business school in Paris, France. Novancia prepares people from all over the world for today's international market by providing educational and training programs.
Those who participate in this program will become more confident and knowledgeable about careers in the global environment. In addition, the faculty director for this program will accompany the students for the first two weeks of the program.
Participants will be housed in student residences by the educational coordinator for this program, ACCENT, which plans the excursions, cultural activities, orientation, and access to ACCENT computer lab, library, and facilities.
The student residences may be double or triple occupancy in a self-catered apartment. Classes are easily accessible by mass transit (the Metro) which is also included in the cost.
Students earn 6 hours of 300-level Communication credit, applicable to majors and minors in the School of Communication.
“Intercultural Management: Values and Behaviors in the Multi-cultural Workplace,” articulates as COM 372: Intercultural Communication.
“Global Marketing and Communication,” articulates as COM 369: International Communication Systems.
*If either of these courses have been completed at ISU, it will articulate as a COM 300-level elective.
Students must have earned a 2.7 GPA and 36 credit hours by the January before they attend the program.
For more information on this program, please contact the faculty director:
Dr. Penelope N. Long
Office: Fell 442
Phone: (309) 438-7080
Study broadcasting and mass communication at the Dong Ah College of Broadcasting located near Ansung City, south of Seoul. Students will have the opportunity to take communication classes taught by Korean faculty in English. There are many Communication courses open to ISU students, many of which articulate as ISU COM courses. The Spring term typically runs from late February until late June. The Fall term usually runs late August through mid December.Residence Halls with laundry facilities are available. You have the option of having American or Korean food.The application deadline for Fall is the first Monday in February. The deadline for spring is the first Monday in October.There is no language prerequisite, but you must be in ISU Communication Major with at least a 2.5 GPA. For more information contact Dr. Jong Kang, 309-438-7610, 414 Fell Hall, email@example.com.