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Faculty Led Study Abroad Programs

Study Public Relations in Urbino, Italy

Urbino is a beautiful medieval hilltop in the region of Le Marche, surrounded by mountains and hiking trails, only 30 kilometers from the beach. It is the birthplace of Rafael, the Renaissance painter known for his portraits of angels.  The University of Urbino is one of the oldest in Italy. Urbino

PR 490 International Public Relations

The course will examine public relations cases from around the world and consider how different systems of media and government affect public relations.  We will look at issues of intercultural communication, including how ethical issues are perceived differently in different countries.  Counts as a CCI elective. Prerequisites: None. The course can be substituted for PR 370 for majors who have prerequisites.

Earn 3-6 credit hours. Italian Culture & Language courses also offered 

Email Dr. Candace White for info.

Study Video Documentary and Travel Writing in Cyprus


Cheese tasting

Come to Aphrodite’s island in the Mediterranean for field courses in Video Documentary and Travel Writing offered by the School of Journalism and Electronic Media. Learn to produce mini-documentaries and become a travel writer. Explore the culture and customs of the island country of Cyprus and perfect your communication skills. Dr. Bob Legg will lead this course at the University of Nicosia.   6 Credit Hours

Email Dr. Bob Legg for info. 

Study International Communication in the Workplace in France & Belgium

Levine 2010

PARIsInternational Communication and the International Workplace will be offered by Dr. Kenneth Levine of the School of Communication Studies during this 4-WEEK SUMMER PROGRAM.  The program will introduce students to the similarities and differences in international communication and organizational communication between the United States and the European Union member nations, with an emphasis on France and Belgium. In addition, the program will cover issues of culture and communication. 6 Credit Hours – available for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Email Dr. Kenneth Levine for info.

Study Contemporary British Media and Society in London June 1-22, 2013

Big Ben

Learn about Contemporary British Media and Society in London for three weeks during the first session of summer.  Dr. Mark Harmon will lead the group of UT students to the BBC, daily newspapers, Reuters, and other media entities in London.  Students will also learn about the impact of British media on society.  3 Credit Hours 


Email Dr. Mark Harmon for info.