The 6th edition of The Ohio State Summer School in the Social Sciences “Central and Eastern Europe in Comparative Perspective: Assessing Social and Political Change” will take place in Warsaw from June 12 – July 12, 2013.
Sociology students will earn 15 semester credit hours for: SOC 3549: Statistics in Sociology (3 credit hours), (b) its application to substantive problems pertaining to social and political change in Central and Eastern Europe, subsumed by the SOC 4699: Undergraduate Research in Sociology (9 credit hours), and (c) SOC 5503 Social Change in Central and Eastern Europe (3 credit hours).
The program fee is $2,950. The Warsaw Summer School organizers work closely with students in helping students apply for OSU and extra-OSU funding for covering costs the Program incurs. In each of the last four years, the majority of OSU students enrolled in the Warsaw Summer School received some funding from OSU and/or other sources.
For questions about this study abroad opportunity, please contact Dr. Irina Tomescu-Dubrow (firstname.lastname@example.org), Co-Director of the Warsaw Summer School, as well as Louise Yahiaoui (email@example.com), OIA adviser for the Warsaw Study Abroad Program.
For more information, please visit OSU’s Office of International Affairs website for the Summer School.