This program is intended for Criminal Justice majors to experience historical social issues first hand through the exploration of Germany and Poland as it relates to WWII.Upcoming Information Sessions located in Schroeder Hall 441, all sessions are 1 hour:
Students can earn 3-6 credits (independent study) on this program.
Students will earn credit for CJS 306: International Experiences in Criminal Justice (3-6 credits).
During this trip, students will be exposed to:
The program will also include tours of concentration camps and major historical sites.
This program is a traveling experience including stops in Munich and Berlin, Germany as well as Oswiecim and Krakow, Poland.
Students will be housed in a hotel for the duration of their study tour to Germany and Poland.
Additional Information will be provided by the Faculty Director at a later date.
Official program dates are listed on each semester’s Estimated Budget
To see how this program compares, view the Illinois State budget.
Visit the scholarship page for additional funding opportunities.