Schedule of classes -- Fall 2012
STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS - SUMMER 2012
Where will you study this summer?
Join experienced NOVA faculty on one of four exciting study abroad programs. For more information on these for-credit programs, contact the faculty leader at the e-mail address indicated, or go to www.nvcc.edu/about-nova/directories--offices/administrative-offices/global/study.html.
GOL 295: REGIONAL FIELD GEOLOGY OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES (3 credits)
Explore world-class examples of geologic processes such as tectonic, sedimentary, geomorphic, and glacial features in western Alberta and eastern British Columbia, Canada.
Contact: Professor Callan Bentley at
Travel dates: July 7–July 21, 2012*
ENG 125: INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE (3 credits)
Discover literature in London at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Westminster Abbey, and other historic museums, taverns, and playhouses while studying the works of Chaucer, Shakespeare, Austen, Keats, James, Woolf, Thomas, and more.
Contact: Professor Lisa Smith at
Travel dates: June 4–June 14, 2012*
BIO 299: FIJI STUDY ABROAD COUSTEAU/NOVA PROGRAM (4 credits)
In collaboration with Jean-Michel’s Cousteau’s Ambassador of the Environment Program, study environmental science using the coral reefs and rain forests of Fiji as your classroom.
Contact: Professor Jill Caporale at
Travel dates: July 12–July 24, 2012*
NUR 250: Global & Rural Health Nursing (5 credits)
Want to make a difference? Join the Rural Health Clinical Experience in Western Region, Ghana, West Africa. Students must have completed first-year nursing courses.
Contact: Professor Daria Amato at
Travel dates: June 6–July 7, 2012*
FRE 295: LANGUAGE AND CULTURE OF MOROCCO (1 credit)
Immerse yourself in the rich language and culture of the Imperial Cities of Morocco including Casablanca, Fes, Marrakech, Meknes, and Rabat.
Contact: Professor Nadia Duchelle at
Travel dates: July 1–July 8, 2012*
*Some programs meet before and after the travel dates.