There are only a few slots left! If you have been waiting you might miss out!!
Study sustainable development in amazing Tokyo – the world’s greatest city – with superb mass transportation, low crime, and endless things to do and see! This ten-week/twelve-credit summer program is home based on the ideally located campus of Tokyo Tech, Japan’s premier technological university. One week of the program is devoted to exploring the beautiful Japanese countryside, including Hiroshima, the Inland Sea, Kyoto, and a rural community. Through field trips, lectures, and multi-disciplinary, cross-cultural problem-based learning, this program aims to equip students with the tools needed to understand and respond to the broad issues of sustainable development and the particular challenges confronting large cities as well as rural towns.
This Program is limited to only TWENTY students, and applications are coming in at fast pace. It would be great to have a strong contingent of INTA students in the group. So don’t delay in applying!!!
Dates: May 27 – August 5, 2017
Courses (12 hours):
• Introduction to Global Development (INTA 2050/8803)
• Energy, Environment, and Policy (INTA 3040/8803)
• Sustainable Global Cities – Tokyo (INTA 3232/8803)
• Global Development Capstone (INTA 4744/8803)
THERE ARE NO PREREQUISITES OR LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS.
For more information: http://japanprogram.gatech.edu
Contact: Dr. Brian Woodall (firstname.lastname@example.org)