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Many Honors College students study abroad at some point in their undergraduate years. With careful planning, spending time studying in another country can be successfully incorporated into a student’s curriculum. Study Abroad can be counted as a student’s Honors Activity; students do not need to complete an additional Honors Activity while abroad. Students are welcome to study abroad multiple times or for more than one term.

Students engaging in a study abroad activity are required to complete two webform reflections by the following deadlines (in addition to regular Honors College Agreement Form and Completion Form requirements and deadlines):

  • Study Abroad Goals Form – Must be submitted by 5pm on the Friday of Week 7
  • Study Abroad Reflection Form – Must be submitted 5pm on the last Friday of the semester (Week 15)

Students receive links to these forms via email and in HARS. If these forms are not completed by the required deadlines, students will not have satisfactorily completed the activity and will not earn Honors Units.

Students will receive 1 Honors Unit for programs shorter than 2 weeks, 2 Honors Units for programs between 2-8 weeks, and 3 Honors Units for programs longer than 8 weeks studying abroad per semester.

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Spring Break 2024

HON 124: POP! The Art and Culture that Rocked British Society in the 60s

3 credits – This course is a full spring semester course.

Fulfills requirements for General Education categories:

  • Understanding the Past or Understanding the Creative Arts

Program Description

What was so revolutionary about the art and culture emerging from postwar Britain in the 1960’s and what were its roots? How widespread was the actual impact of the “Swinging 60’s” on British life? In this course, students will learn about the far-reaching changes that swept the UK in the 1950’s and 1960’s, exploring topics such as shifting notions of class and gender; Pop Art and Op Art movements; 1960’s photography, fashion, design and film; “Swinging London;” and the music of the Beatles and Rolling Stones.

Field trips include Tate Britain, the Victoria & Albert Museum, and Abbey Road in London and a visit to Liverpool.

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Examples of programs include:

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