January intersession programs are approximately two weeks long and give students the opportunity to have an international study abroad experience without having to leave school for an entire semester. Students take one 3-credit course which is taught by a Manhattan College professor. Program fees include tuition, airfare, lodging, program-related excursions and some meals.
This program offers a literary and global tour of London. Students take either ENGL 248: Masterworks of British Literature or GOV 254: Global Cities. See program flyer.
In this program, students will take SPAN 320: Cuba in Revolution. This course will examine the various components of Cuban culture and society. Combining lectures with extensive readings, discussions and site visits, the course is designed to critically examine the historical, cultural, social, and political developments that have marked Cuban life. See program flyer.
This program examines the history and influence of the University of Paris through the course RELS 200: The University of Paris and the Making of the Modern World, which studies how famed alumni including Thomas Aquinas, T.S. Elliot and Victor Hugo shaped the world. See program flyer.
This program is for business students enrolled in the International Field Study Seminar or the Enrichment Program for personal growth and development. See program flyer.
Students will visit Iceland, Norway and Sweden on this program and take either ENGL 270: Crime and Detection or SOC 201: Introduction to Sociology. The courses will examine Scandanavian literature and society. See program flyer.
Students will take part in a model UN program held at the Galapagos Academic Institute for the Arts and Sciences (GAIAS). The program will focus on global environmental issues in committee sessions and will include cultural visits and a community service project. Students will take either GOV 457, GOV 458 or INTL 315. See program flyer.