York: Fortification to Reformation

A two-week interdisciplinary undergraduate course

Study Abroad

An intensive two-week interdisciplinary undergraduate course in the history of York from the Roman period to the 15th century is being offered this summer by Adrian College, Michigan in partnership with Christianity & Culture.

Based in York, the course runs from 21st June to 6th July 2014. The course fee is $3700 which includes 4 credit hours, comprehensive insurance, housing, lectures, excursions, admissions, an an on-site Adrian College professor.

Aimed principally at US students, the course is open to any undergraduate interested in York's history and offers a wonderful opportunity to spend a focused period in the city and its surrounding area.

Contact Professor Adrian Bott on rbott [at] adrian.edu for more information, or download the flyer.