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International Summer Sessions

The University of Mississippi –– 2011 ––


Gorgeous place with a rich history! Buildings are well maintained and I found America very inexpensive in comparison to Australia. Definitely lived up to the southern hospitality as EVERYONE was very inviting and accommodating, making the stay even more enjoyable. You feel very welcomed and not a stranger in a foreign place, everyone is very interested to hear about your life. ––– Australian Summer School Student 2010


International Summer Sessions –– 2011 –– Contents 2-3 Welcome to Ole Miss

6-7 Introduction to International Summer Sessions 8-20 International Summer School 21 Special Programs 22-23 Intensive English Program 24-27 Additional Information

Table of Contents

4-5 Reasons to Visit Oxford, Mississippi


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Photo: Built in the late 19th Century, Fulton Chapel is now the home of the Ole Miss Theater Department.


Welcome to Ole Miss Are you ready for an unforgettable summer-a summer in which you will make friends for a lifetime and experience all the warmth and generosity of the charming city of Oxford? Then International Summer Sessions at The University of Mississippi are for you. We have courses ranging from creative writing to engineering to language to art. And throughout it all, we offer a cultural program that will teach you about life in the South through food, music, art, and hospitality.

Welcome

In this catalog you’re sure to find a program that fulfills one of your academic requirements, piques your creative interest, or allows you to connect with students from around the world who share common goals. And when you’ve decided which program fits your needs best, we’ll be here to guide you from application, to admission, to our campus.

Are you ready? We’re ready for you. www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international

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Reasons to Visit Oxford Because there are so many places you can study in the United States, we know students are often comparing different U.S. summer programs. And while we know the academic portion of your program is the top priority in your program selection, spending the summer in the United States is about more than earning credit.

Reasons to Visit Oxford

Here are some reasons we think Oxford, Mississippi, and The University of Mississippi might be a perfect fit for you. • You can’t beat our door-to-door hospitality, including airport pick up in Memphis, orientation and introduction to the UM campus, and activities planned throughout your program to share Southern food, art, music, and literature. • The University of Mississippi is the leader at producing leaders at state and national levels. Since 1900, Ole Miss has produced 48 Mississippi governors, 47 Mississippi Supreme Court justices, 31 U.S. representatives, and 17 U.S. senators.

• Large trees, lush green lawns, pretty blooms, and bubbling fountains make up our lovely campus which has received national recognition as one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States. Although the main campus comprises 640 acres, the layout of the academic buildings is compact, so you’ll have plenty of time to get from one building to another between classes. • Combining the wonderful charm and safety of a small Southern town with the multiculturalism and energy of a larger city, Oxford has been called “a cultural mecca in America.” It has also been included in The Best 100 Small Towns in America and is featured in the book Most Beautiful Cities in the South. • But it’s not all about small towns. Oxford is approximately 75 miles from Memphis, Tennessee, and 170 miles from Jackson, Mississippi, the state capital. The University is easily accessible from Interstate 55 and is less than a six-hour drive from such major American cities as Atlanta, Georgia; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Nashville, Tennessee.

“Lovely culture, nice campus, great food.” –– International Summer Student 2010

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Calendar of Sessions * International Summer School Intensive English Programs

Session 1: May 16 - May 28 Session 2: June 1- June29 Session 3: June 30 - July 29 Session 4: August 1 - August 13 Session 1: June 1 - June 29 Session 2: June 30 - July 29 Session 1: May 10 - May 28 Session 2: August 2 - August 14

Washington (DC) Internship Experience

Session 1: May 16 - June 29 Session 2: June 30 - August 13

New York Internship

Session 1: June 1 - August 1

Calendar of Sessions

Study USA

* Dates are subject to change Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updates

• Oxford is known as a hub of cultural activity, from honky-tonk to opera. Whether you favor blues, jazz, country, bluegrass, gospel, Southern rock, chamber, classical, or anything in between, you can find it at the Gertrude C. Ford Performing Arts Center on campus or off campus on the Square, the center of Oxford’s nightlife.

Photo left: The historic Square is the centerpoint of Oxford, where community events are hosted and locals dine and dance. Photo above: Square Books is the most famous corner-store in Oxford and one of a handful of independently owned bookstores in the United States.

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International Summer Sessions “Became my home for the summer, will definitely miss it and hope to return one day.” –– International Summer Student 2010

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International Summer Sessions at The University of Mississippi offer students the opportunity to study in specialized programs during the summer.

So read about the programs we offer and select the one that’s a perfect fit for you. We look forward to welcoming you to International Summer Sessions at The University of Mississippi.

Priority registration in any of the International Summer Sessions is March 1; final deadline is May 1. Application materials and supplemental documents required in the application must all be postmarked by this date.

International Summer Sessions

College students can take full advantage of all the courses offered to UM students during the summer by enrolling in up to 6 hours of credit over each summer session. The courses range from introduction topics to graduate-level lectures and theory classes and are offered in every field from liberal arts to business to engineering to accountancy and more.

Program Registration

Photo: Ventress Hall is the home of Liberal Arts and sits on the edge of The Grove on The University of Mississippi campus.

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International Summer School

International Summer School

Earn credit through our strong academics while learning about the South, what it’s like, and what we do. Through International Summer School students from around the world will have the opportunity to register in courses with University of Mississippi students at the Oxford, Mississippi, campus. The courses will be taught by UM faculty and students can elect to take courses from any department or school. Students can earn up to 6 hours of course work per session that is transferable back to their home institutions. A complete list of courses follows on pages 10-20. Each course meets for two hours a day from Monday through Friday. Outside of class, international and domestic students will participate in seminars related to the South, as well as a cultural program of short trips outside Oxford and around the South. Students will also be given the opportunity to participate in community-service programs in and around Oxford. And when you’re not participating in a scheduled event, summer in Oxford offers plenty of ways to get out and get involved during the day and as part of Oxford’s nightlife on the Square.

Schedule ** International Summer School Session 1: May 16 - May 28 (for 3 hours of credit) Session 2: June 1 - June 29 (for 6 hours of credit) Session 3: June 30 - July 29 (for 6 hours of credit) Session 4: August 1 - August 13 (for 3 hours of credit) ** Dates are subject to change Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updates

INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL Tuition** Tuition for 6 hours of credit Non-resident fees for 6 hours

$1359.00 $2113.50

Other Invoiced Costs** Housing Meal Plan Health Insurance Health Center Fee Administration Fee Other Non-Invoiced Cost (estimated)** Incidentals (meals, weekends)

Optional excursions Textbooks

$410.00 $595.00 $198.00 $85.00 $200.00

$500.00 $500.00 $200.00

**Note: Costs are subject to change. Check for updates at http://www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international.

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Registration Details

Students interested in ISS can apply online or download an application from http://www.outreach.olemiss.edu/ international. After completing the application, gather the following documents: • Official transcript from home institution • Official IELTS or TOEFL score (if available) • Recent photograph • Copy of picture page of passport

Study Abroad Office P.O. Box 187 359 Martindale University, MS 38677 USA exchange@olemiss.edu

Students taking courses in May and August will need to enroll in one course for three hours of credit. Students enrolled in June or July sessions will need to registerfor two courses for six hours of credit. Courses are listed by session on pages 10-20. Though these courses are often offered every summer, professor availability and minimum enrollment may mean that some courses will not be available during the upcoming term. It is advised that students select at least 3 courses in which they could enroll during the session in which they plan to study. Final registration for courses will be completed after students are admitted to the International Summer School program. For advice on which courses would be most applicable to your degree and any pre-requisites or limitations for individual courses, please e-mail vanessa@olemiss.edu.

International Summer School

Once completed and collected, all documents should be mailed to:

Courses Available

Housing Details

University students have the option of staying on or off campus during the summer. On-campus accommodations are traditional dormitories with two students to each room and shared bathroom facilities in each wing. Single rooms are available on a limited basis, though no private bathroom facilities are available. Approximately 40 students share bathroom facilities and each wing of the dormitory (and in most cases, each dormitory) are single gender. Access to dorms is granted by using the student ID card to enter the main doors —which are always locked — and using a traditional key to enter the student’s room. Guests must sign in at the front desk and visiting hours are restricted on weeknights and weekends. Off-campus accommodation is available in Oxford but must be arranged personally by the student. Recommendations for housing near the campus are available at www.outreach.olemiss.edu/iep/off-campus-housing.html.

For more information: www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international

001-662-915-1508 exchange@olemiss.edu

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MAY INTERSESSION COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES Aas 201 African American Experience I Aas 412 Studies in Black Popular Culture Aas 320 African American Politics Aas 443 The Civil Rights Era ART Art 381 Introduction to Photography

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CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF SOUTHERN CULTURE S St 598 Special Topics II ECONOMICS Econ 202 Principles of Microeconomics Econ 203 Principles of Microeconomics Econ 230 Economic Statistics I Econ 302 Economic Statistics II Econ 303 Money and Banking ENGLISH Engl 250 Applied Writing Engl 317 Beginning Poetry Workshop Engl 408 Shakespeare on Film Engl 412 20th Century Poetry in English Engl 437 Major Authors of the 20th Century Engl 468 Topics in Film Studies Engl 498 Seminar in English

GENDER STUDIES G St 301 Gender and Culture G St 324 Men and Masculinities HISTORY His 329 The Civil Rights Era His 382 The Cold War JOURNALISM Jour 101 Introduction to Mass Communication Jour 102 Introduction to Multimedia Writing Jour 391 Public Relations Jour 495 Journalism Practicum Jour 575 Mass Media Ethics and Social Issues MATHEMATICS Math 115 Elementary Statistics Math 121 College Algebra Math 123 Trigonometry Math 267 Calculus for Bus, Econ., & Accy. I Math 268 Calculus for Bus, Econ., & Accy. II MILITARY SCIENCE & LEADERSHIP Msl 102 Basic Leadership and Management Msl 103 Foundations Officership & Basic Leader. PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION Phil 101 Introduction to Philosophy Phil 328 Biomedical Ethics Rel 101 Introduction to Religion PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY Phys 107 Physical Science I POLITICAL SCIENCE Pol 320 African American Politics PSYCHOLOGY Psy 311 Abnormal Psychology Psy 320 Cognitive Psychology Psy 392 Lab in Psy: Experimental Social Psy Psy 451 History and Systems of Psychology PUBLIC POLICY LEADERSHIP & SPEECH Spch 102 Fundamentals of Public Speaking SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY Soc 317 The Sociology of Literature Soc 324 Men and Masculinities

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THEATRE ARTS Thea 321 Theatre History I Thea 374 Intro to the History of Dress & Decor I


FINANCE Fin 303 Money and Banking MANAGEMENT Mgmt 371 Principles of Management MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Mgmt 372 Prod and Delivery of Goods and Services MIS 309 Management Information Systems MARKETING Mktg 351 Marketing Principles Mktg 354 Professional Selling & Relationship Mktg Mktg 358 Services Marketing Mktg 367 Consumer Behavior

SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES

FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES FCS 111 SERVSAFE FCS 211 Principles of Food Preparation FCS 213 Principles of Food Preparation Lab FCS 311 Nutrition FCS 323 Human Development Across the Lifespan FCS 373 Consumer Economics FCS 566 Human Resource Develop. in Services

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SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY Accy 201 Intro to Accounting Principles I Accy 202 Intro to Accounting Principles II Accy 309 Cost Control Accy 310 Systems

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION Edci 675 Teaching With Film Edec 555 Art & Music in Early Childhood Education Edse 646 Advanced Methods of Teaching Science Edsp 676 Educ. & Psy. of Emotionally Disturbed LEADERSHIP & COUNSELOR EDUCATION Coun 595 Topics in Counseling III Edhe 670 Topics in Higher Education Edrs 501 Educational Statistics I

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Geol 101 Physical Geology

HEALTH, EXERCISE SCIENCE & RECREATION MGMT ES 391 Trends & Topics in Exercise Science HP 191 Personal and Community Health HP 203 First Aid and CPR LEGAL STUDIES CJ 460 The Correctional Experience LA 308 Admin of Wills and Estates SOCIAL WORK SW 428 Social Aspects of Children at Risk

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Bus 230 Economic Statistics I Bus 302 Economic Statistics II

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FIRST SUMMER TERM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

School Summer International School Summer International

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM Aas 201 African American Experience I Aas 593 African American Literature Aas 337 Anthropology of Blues Culture Aas 342 African Amer. Lit. Trad II 1920-Present ART AH 202 History of Art II AH 376 History of Photography AH 490 Selected Readings: Art Hist. & Criticism Ared 361 Teaching Art in the Elementary School Art 103 Three-Dimensional Design Art 211 Drawing II Art 340 Beginning Ceramics BIOLOGY Bisc 102 Inquiry Into Life: Human Biology Bisc 103 Inquiry into Life Laboratory I Bisc 160 Biological Sciences I Bisc 161 Biological Sciences I Laboratory Bisc 206 Human Anatomy and Physiology Bisc 210 Principles of Microbiology Bisc 322 General Ecology Bisc 333 General Microbiology CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY Chem 103 Survey of Chemistry I Chem 105 General Chemistry I Chem 221 Elementary Organic Chemistry I CLASSICS Lat 201 Intermediate Latin I ECONOMICS Econ 202 Principles of Microeconomics Econ 203 Principles of Microeconomics Econ 230 Economic Statistics I Econ 302 Economic Statistics II Econ 303 Money and Banking Econ 398 Intermediate Microeconomics ENGLISH Engl 101 English Composition I Engl 102 English Composition II Engl 222 Survey of World Literature since 1650 Engl 223 Survey of American Lit to the Civil War Engl 224 Survey of American Lit since Civil War Engl 225 Survey of British Lit to 18th Century Engl 250 Applied Writing

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Engl 311 Beginning Fiction Workshop Engl 313 Introduction to Linguistic Science Engl 317 Beginning Poetry Workshop Engl 323 Afro Amer Lit Survey 20th Century Engl 368 Survey of Southern Literature Engl 398 Junior Seminar: Literary Criticism Engl 463 Writers of American Renaissance Engl 501 Descriptive Grammar Engl 657 Studies in the Victorian Period Engl 676 Studies in Southern Literature GENDER STUDIES G St 201 Women, Gender, and Society G St 301 Gender and Culture HISTORY His 101 History of Europe to 1648 His 102 History of Europe Since 1648 His 105 The United States to 1877 His 106 The United States Since 1877 His 306 The United States Since 1945 His 330 The History of Mississippi His 356 Reformation Europe, 1517-1648 His 359 Europe: Imperialism, World War 1890-1945 His 693 Readings: General US History His 698 Special Topics JOURNALISM Jour 101 Introduction to Mass Communication Jour 102 Introduction to Multimedia Writing Jour 301 History of Mass Media Jour 371 Communications Law


LINGUISTICS Ling 103 Logic: Critical Thinking Ling 205 Anat & Phys Speech & Hearing Mech Ling 216 Normal Development of Communication

MILITARY SCIENCE & LEADERSHIP Msl 201 Individual Leadership Studies Msl 202 Leadership and Teamwork MODERN LANGUAGES Arab 111 Intensive Elementary Arabic I Chin 111 Intensive Chinese I Fr 111 Intensive Elementary French Fr 201 Intermediate French I

MUSIC Mus 103 Introduction to Music Mus 153 Summer Band Mus 193 Summer Opera I Mus 253 Summer Band Mus 293 Summer Opera II Mus 325 Techniques of Marching Band Mus 329 Music for Children Mus 353 Summer Band Mus 393 Summer Opera III Mus 453 Summer Band Mus 493 Summer Opera IV Mus 506 Analysis II Mus 520 Introduction to Music Research Mus 525 Advanced Tech of Marching Band Mus 548 Psychology of Music Mus 593 Summer Opera V

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MATHEMATICS Math 115 Elementary Statistics Math 121 College Algebra Math 123 Trigonometry Math 245 Mathematics for Elem. Teachers I Math 261 Unified Calculus & Analytic Geometry I Math 262 Unified Calculus & Analytic Geometry II Math 263 Unified Calculus & Analytic Geometry III Math 264 Unified Calculus & Analytic Geometry IV Math 267 Calculus for Bus, Econ., & Accy. I Math 268 Calculus for Bus, Econ., & Accy. II Math 301 Discrete Mathematics Math 319 Introduction to Linear Algebra Math 353 Elem Differential Equations Math 375 Introduction to Statistical Methods Math 555 Advanced Calculus I Math 597 Special Problems I

Fr 211 Intensive Intermediate French Ling 313 Introduction to Linguistic Science Ling 501 Descriptive Grammar Span 101 Elementary Spanish I Span 102 Elementary Spanish II Span 111 Intensive Elementary Spanish Span 201 Intermediate Spanish I Span 202 Intermediate Spanish II

PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION Phil 101 Introduction to Philosophy Phil 103 Logic: Critical Thinking Rel 101 Introduction to Religion PSYCHOLOGY Psy 201 General Psychology Psy 202 Elementary Statistics Psy 215 Psychology of Instr. Technology Psy 301 Developmental Psychology Psy 309 Learning Psy 311 Abnormal Psychology Psy 319 Brain and Behavior Psy 320 Cognitive Psychology Psy 327 Psychology and Law PUBLIC POLICY LEADERSHIP & SPEECH Spch 102 Fundamentals of Public Speaking Spch 105 Business and Professional Speech SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY Anth 313 Introduction to Linguistic Science Anth 337 Anthropology of Blues Culture Geog 101 Principles of Geography I Soc 101 Introductory Sociology I Soc 303 The Sociology of Death and Dying

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THEATRE ARTS Danc 153 Jazz Dance I Danc 200 Dance Appreciation Thea 201 Appreciation of the Theatre Thea 403 Directed Performance Studies Thea 498 Special Topics

SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES ISS 125 Introduction to Intelligence Studies

School School Summer Summer International International

COMMUNICATION SCIENCES & DISORDERS CSD 205 Anatomy and Physiology CSD 216 Normal Development of Communication CSD 522 Disorders of Voice CSD 642 Lan De Dis School-Age FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES FCS 215 Intro to Hospitality Management FCS 311 Nutrition FCS 363 Foodservice Procurement FCS 462 Quantity Food Prod and Service FCS 465 Foodservice Systems Management II FCS 467 Hospitality Services Financial Mgmt FCS 469 Orientation to Child Nutrition Mgmt FCS 472 Quantity Food Prod & Service Lab HEALTH, EXERCISE SCIENCE & RECREATION MGMT ES 402 Exercise Leadership ES 440 Behavioral Aspects of Exercise ES 446 Biomechanics of Human Movement ES 447 Biomechanics Laboratory ES 471 Mgmt of Health, Fitness Sport Progr HP 191 Personal and Community Health HP 203 First Aid and CPR PRM 332 Outdoor Recreation PRM 471 Admin. of Park & Recreation Programs LEGAL STUDIES CJ 499 Colloquium in Criminal Justice LA 201 Introduction to Law SOCIAL WORK SW 315 Introduction to Social Work SW 321 Human Behav and Soc Environment I SW 339 Research Writing

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Bus 230 Economic Statistics I Bus 250 Legal Environment of Business

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Bus 271 Business Communication Bus 302 Economic Statistics II Bus 400 Special Topics In Business FINANCE Fin 303 Money and Banking Fin 331 Business Finance I Fin 334 Investments Fin 351 Principles of Real Estate Fin 431 Financial Decision Making Fin 555 Real Estate Investment Analysis MANAGEMENT Mgmt 371 Principles of Management Mgmt 383 Human Resource Management Mgmt 493 Management of Strategic Planning Mgmt 582 Employee Relations MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Mgmt 372 Prod and Delivery of Goods and Services MIS 309 Management Information Systems MARKETING Mktg 351 Marketing Principles Mktg 353 Advertising and Promotion Mktg 356 Legal, Social & Ethical Issues in Mktg Mktg 525 Marketing Research Mktg 551 Marketing Policy and Strategy


MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA 621 Statistical Analysis

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

LEADERSHIP & COUNSELOR EDUCATION Coun 551 Individual Study Coun 593 Topics in Counseling I Edhe 651 Advanced Individual Study

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Ch E 407 Chemical Engr Projects I Engr 321 Thermodynamics CIVIL ENGINEERING C E 411 Structural Analysis COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCE Csci 103 Survey of Computing Csci 111 Computer Science I Csci 191 Office Applications Csci 490 Special Topics

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CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION Edci 352 Human Development and Diversity Edci 503 Msmt. & Eval. for the Classroom Teacher Edci 601 Advanced Curr Theory and Practice Edci 602 Curriculum Construction Edec 301 Experiences in Early Childhood Education Edec 551 Sci & Num Concepts in Early Child Educ Edel 401 Social Studies in the Elementary School Edel 519 Tech. and Prin. for Class. Management Edel 531 Meth. of Remed. Lang. Arts and Math Edel 617 Nature & Structure of Lang. Arts Edel 727 Internship Edlt 601 Literacy Found: Theory History Edlt 604 Eff Literacy Assess and Intervent Edlt 606 Lit for Children and Adolescents Edrd 400 Reading Instruction in the Elementary Sc Edrd 616 Diagnostic and Remedial Reading Edse 727 Internship in Secondary Education Edse 797 Dissertation Edsp 308 Introduction to Special Education Educ 555 Special Topics in Education

Edld 656 Administrative Internship Edld 671 Leadership Concepts and Skills Edld 673 Organization and Management Edrs 605 Educational Research I

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING El E 533 Electronic Properties of Materials Engr 100 Introduction to Engineering Engr 207 Graphics I GEOLOGY & GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING Geol 101 Physical Geology Geol 111 Physical Geology Laboratory MECHANICAL ENGINEERING M E 421 Structural Analysis

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M E 533 Electronic Properties of Materials Engr 309 Statics Engr 313 Introduction to Materials Science Engr 330 Engr Systems Analysis & Design

HONORS COLLEGE Hon 100 Honors Seminar

SECOND SUMMER TERM

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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM Aas 326 African American History since 1865 Aas 342 African Amer. Lit. Trad II 1920-Present Aas 413 Race and Ethnicity ART AH 101 Introduction to Western Art Ared 361 Teaching Art in the Elementary School Art 101 Two-Dimensional Design Art 102 Color Theory Art 111 Drawing I Art 311 Figure Drawing I Art 411 Advanced Drawing Art 511 Drawing BIOLOGY Bisc 102 Inquiry Into Life: Human Biology Bisc 103 Inquiry into Life Laboratory I Bisc 104 Inquiry into Life: The Environment Bisc 105 Inquiry into Life Laboratory II Bisc 162 Biological Sciences II Bisc 163 Biological Sciences II Laboratory Bisc 207 Human Anatomy and Physiology Bisc 330 Introductory Physiology Bisc 331 Comp. Anatomy of Vertebrates Bisc 333 General Microbiology CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY Chem 104 Survey of Chemistry II Chem 106 General Chemistry II Chem 222 Elementary Organic Chemistry II CLASSICS Lat 202 Intermediate Latin II ECONOMICS Econ 202 Principles of Microeconomics Econ 203 Principles of Microeconomics Econ 230 Economic Statistics I Econ 302 Economic Statistics II

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ENGLISH Engl 101 English Composition I Engl 102 English Composition II Engl 222 Survey of World Literature since 1650 Engl 223 Survey of American Lit to the Civil War Engl 224 Survey of American Lit since Civil War Engl 225 Survey of British Lit to 18th Century Engl 250 Applied Writing Engl 311 Beginning Fiction Workshop Engl 317 Beginning Poetry Workshop Engl 323 Afro Amer Lit Survey 20th Century Engl 352 Selected Topics in Popular Literature Engl 385 Shakespeare Engl 397 Junior Seminar: Poetry Engl 401 Advanced English Grammar Engl 412 20th Century Poetry in English Engl 494 Seminar on Literature and Gender Engl 520 Teaching Writing for Thinking Engl 592 Modern English Grammar Engl 653 The Study of Film GENDER STUDIES G St 201 Women, Gender, and Society G St 303 The Family G St 494 Seminar on Literature and Gender HISTORY His 101 History of Europe to 1648 His 102 History of Europe Since 1648 His 105 The United States to 1877 His 106 The United States Since 1877 His 305 The United States, World War I-1945 His 306 The United States Since 1945 His 308 African American History Since 1865 His 330 The History of Mississippi His 372 Great Britain in the Modern Age His 698 Special Topics JOURNALISM Jour 101 Introduction to Mass Communication


Fr 111 Intensive Elementary French Fr 202 Second Year French Fr 211 Intensive Intermediate French Germ 111 Intensive Elementary German Japn 111 Intensive Elementary Japanese Russ 111 Intensive Elementary Russian Span 101 Elementary Spanish I Span 102 Elementary Spanish II Span 201 Intermediate Spanish I Span 202 Intermediate Spanish II Span 211 Intensive Intermediate Spanish MUSIC Mus 103 Introduction to Music

Jour 102 Introduction to Multimedia Writing Jour 480 Advanced Broadcast Reporting Jour 575 Mass Media Ethics and Social Issues LINGUISTICS Ling 103 Logic: Critical Thinking Ling 211 Introduction to Phonology Ling 401 Advanced English Grammar Ling 592 Modern English Grammar MATHEMATICS Math 115 Elementary Statistics Math 121 College Algebra Math 123 Trigonometry Math 125 Basic Mathematics for Sci. and Eng. Math 246 Mathematics for Elem. Teachers II Math 261 Unified Calculus & Analytic Geometry I Math 262 Unified Calculus & Analytic Geometry II Math 263 Unified Calculus & Analytic Geometry III Math 264 Unified Calculus & Analytic Geometry IV Math 267 Calculus for Bus, Econ., & Accy. I Math 268 Calculus for Bus, Econ., & Accy. II Math 302 Applied Modern Algebra Math 319 Introduction to Linear Algebra Math 397 Special Problems Math 545 Topics Secondary School Teachers Math 556 Advanced Calculus II MODERN LANGUAGES Arab 112 Intensive Elementary Arabic II Chin 111 Intensive Chinese I Chin 112 Intensive Chinese II

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PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION Phil 101 Introduction to Philosophy Phil 103 Logic: Critical Thinking Rel 101 Introduction to Religion PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY Astr 104 Astronomy II Phys 212 Physics for Science & Engineering II Phys 214 General Physics II Phys 222 Lab Physics for Science & Engr II Phys 224 Laboratory Physics II POLITICAL SCIENCE Pol 101 Introduction to American Politics Pol 102 Introduction to Comparative Politics Pol 310 Political Parties and Interest Groups PSYCHOLOGY Psy 201 General Psychology Psy 202 Elementary Statistics Psy 301 Developmental Psychology Psy 311 Abnormal Psychology Psy 317 Tests and Measurements Psy 320 Cognitive Psychology Psy 321 Social Psychology PUBLIC POLICY LEADERSHIP & SPEECH Spch 102 Fundamentals of Public Speaking Spch 105 Business and Professional Speech SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY Anth 335 Archaeological Field Session Anth 635 Field Methods in Archaeology Soc 301 The Family Soc 413 Race and Ethnicity THEATRE ARTS Thea 201 Appreciation of the Theatre

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SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY Accy 201 Intro to Accounting Principles I Accy 202 Intro to Accounting Principles II Accy 304 Financial Accounting II Accy 309 Cost Control Accy 401 Auditing Accy 405 Income Taxes I Accy 411 Business Law Accy 509 Income Taxes II

SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES

International Summer School

ISS 125 Introduction to Intelligence Studies

COMMUNICATION SCIENCES & DISORDERS CSD 211 Intro to Phonology CSD 557 Educational Audiology CSD 605 Counseling Thry/Prac FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES FCS 210 Hospitality Industry Accounting FCS 462 Quantity Food Prod and Service FCS 472 Quantity Food Prod & Service Lab HEALTH, EXERCISE SCIENCE & RECREATION MGMT ES 338 Motor Learning and Control ES 391 Trends & Topics in Exercise Science ES 456 Exercise Testing & Prescription

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ES 457 Exercise Testing & Prescription Lab HP 191 Personal and Community Health HP 203 First Aid and CPR PRM 194 Found. of Leisure and Recreation LEGAL STUDIES CJ 322 Criminal Justice Communications LA 201 Introduction to Law SOCIAL WORK SW 322 Human Behav and Soc Environment II SW 335 Social Work Practice I SW 427 Psychosoc. Aspects of Loss Death Grief

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Bus 230 Economic Statistics I Bus 250 Legal Environment of Business Bus 271 Business Communication Bus 302 Economic Statistics II Bus 321 International Business Bus 400 Special Topics In Business FINANCE Fin 331 Business Finance I Fin 334 Investments Fin 338 Inter. Financial Management


Fin 341 Risk and Insurance MANAGEMENT Mgmt 383 Human Resource Management Mgmt 391 Organizational Behavior Mgmt 493 Management of Strategic Planning MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Mgmt 372 Prod and Delivery of Goods and Services MIS 309 Management Information Systems MARKETING Mktg 351 Marketing Principles Mktg 354 Professional Selling & Relationship Mktg Mktg 367 Consumer Behavior Mktg 552 Global Marketing

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION Edci 503 Msmt. & Eval. for the Classroom Teacher Edci 601 Advanced Curr Theory and Practice Edci 651 Advanced Individual Study Edci 658 Trends and Issues in Teaching Edec 301 Experiences in Early Childhood Education Edec 553 Lang Concepts & Lit in Early Child Educ Edel 404 Science in the Elementary School Edel 601 Child Growth and Development Edel 620 Literacy Connections in the Elem. School Edel 727 Internship Edel 767 Field Study Edel 797 Dissertation Edlt 602 Early Literacy Development Edlt 607 Literacy Leadership Edsp 683 Read. in Research with Excep. Child

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Ch E 407 Chemical Engr Projects I Engr 322 Transport Phenomena CIVIL ENGINEERING Engr 312 Mechanics of Materials COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCE Csci 103 Survey of Computing Csci 111 Computer Science I Csci 112 Computer Science II ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING El E 431 Theory of Control Systems Engr 100 Introduction to Engineering Engr 207 Graphics I Engr 361 Electric Circuit Laboratory

AUGUST INTERSESSION COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES Aas 413 Race and Ethnicity

BIOLOGY Bisc 491 Directed Study in Biological Sciences I CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY Chem 351 Individual Research CLASSICS Clc 105 From Myth to Film ECONOMICS Econ 202 Principles of Microeconomics Econ 203 Principles of Microeconomics Econ 230 Economic Statistics I Econ 302 Economic Statistics II

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International Summer School

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA 614 Business Environment

Edsp 686 Educ. & Psy. of Child with Spc. Lrn. Dis LEADERSHIP & COUNSELOR EDUCATION Coun 593 Topics in Counseling I Coun 594 Topics in Counseling II Coun 601 Life Span Development Edfd 609 The Cultural Context of Education Edhe 651 Advanced Individual Study Edld 656 Administrative Internship Edld 671 Leadership Concepts and Skills Edld 673 Organization and Management Edrs 501 Educational Statistics I Edrs 605 Educational Research I


ENGLISH Engl 250 Applied Writing Engl 317 Beginning Poetry Workshop Engl 424 Advanced Fiction Workshop Engl 425 Modern American Drama JOURNALISM Jour 101 Introduction to Mass Communication Jour 102 Introduction to Multimedia Writing

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LINGUISTICS Ling 205 Anat & Phys Speech & Hearing Mech MATHEMATICS Math 115 Elementary Statistics Math 121 College Algebra Math 261 Unified Calculus & Analytic Geometry I Math 267 Calculus for Bus, Econ., & Accy. I Math 268 Calculus for Bus, Econ., & Accy. II MODERN LANGUAGES Chin 101 Elementary Chinese I Span 399 Special Topics in Spanish PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION Phil 101 Introduction to Philosophy Rel 101 Introduction to Religion PSYCHOLOGY Psy 201 General Psychology Psy 320 Cognitive Psychology Psy 392 Lab in Psy: Exper. Social Psy PUBLIC POLICY LEADERSHIP & SPEECH Spch 102 Fundamentals of Public Speaking SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY Soc 413 Race and Ethnicity

SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY Accy 202 Intro to Accounting Principles II

SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES

COMMUNICATION SCIENCES & DISORDERS CSD 205 Anatomy and Physiology FCS 311 Nutrition HEALTH, EXERCISE SCIENCE & RECREATION MGMT HP 191 Personal and Community Health HP 203 First Aid and CPR

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LEGAL STUDIES LA 406 Domestic Law SOCIAL WORK SW 402 Child Welfare Policies

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Bus 230 Economic Statistics I Bus 302 Economic Statistics II FINANCE Fin 331 Business Finance I Fin 334 Investments MANAGEMENT Mgmt 371 Principles of Management Mgmt 383 Human Resource Management MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Mgmt 372 Prod and Delivery of Goods and Services MIS 309 Management Information Systems MARKETING Mktg 351 Marketing Principles Mktg 361 Introduction to Retailing Mktg 462 Distribution and Logistics Mgmt MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA 612 Business Decision Making

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION Edse 665 Use of Technology in Secondary Math Edsp 545 Educ Assessment Meth/Mat III


Special Programs Besides our wide variety of on-campus programs, The University of Mississippi also offers international students the opportunity to earn UM credit while studying in other parts of the United States. These programs are designed to give students the opportunity to benefit from the excellent academics of The University of Mississippi while experiencing life outside the South.

Study USA

Study USA programs are short-term classes hosted throughout the United States by UM professors, typically during May and August. Students earn up to 6 hours of UM credit and spend their class time using their host cities as a lab for the course topic. Past programs include study of theater on Broadway, the garment industry on Fashion Avenue, hospitality management in Las Vegas, and the effects of Hurricane Katrina on criminal justice in New Orleans. Programs vary every summer so for more information visit http://www.outreach.olemiss. edu/study_usa/index.html.

Special Programs

Internships

The University of Mississippi offers two internship opportunities during the summer: Washington (DC) Internship Experience and New York Summer Internship Experience. A combination of work and study, these programs provide international students the opportunity to get their foot in the door at businesses, charities, and government offices in Washington, DC, or New York, while earning credit in a variety of majors. Placement is made according to student interest and academic background. Past placements have included positions at embassies as well as museums, media outlets, accounting firms, and non-governmental organizations. Learn more about your placement opportunities at www.outreach. olemiss.edu/internships/index.html.

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Intensive English Program

Intensive English Program

The University of Mississippi IEP program offers academic English courses from basic to advanced levels with a curriculum designed to prepare you to interact in the English-speaking academic, social, and professional world. Our faculty and staff are committed to helping you achieve your academic goals as well as providing you with an exciting international experience.

Schedule ** Intensive English Session 1: June 1 - June 29 (for 6 hours of credit) Session 2: June 30 - July 29 (for 6 hours of credit) ** Dates are subject to change Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updates

No matter your language background or academic level, we have courses that will strengthen your fluency and an extracurricular program that will enrich your cultural understanding of English. University students will earn university credit transferable to their home institution, and classes will be divided based on language skills entering the course.

INTENSIVE ENGLISH PROGRAMS Tuition** Tuition for 6 hours of credit

Other Invoiced Costs**

Housing Meal Plan Health Insurance Health Center Fee Testing Fee Textbooks Administration Fee Other Non-Invoiced Costs (estimated)** Incidentals (meals, weekends)

Optional excursions

$1359.00 $410.00 $595.00 $198.00 $85.00 $25.00 $150.00 $200.00 $500.00 $500.00

**Note: Costs are subject to change. Check for updates at http://www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international.

Registration Details

University students wishing to register for the Intensive English Program courses should contact IEP at Phone: 001-662-915-1560, Email: iep@olemiss.edu. Application instructions can also be found online at www.outreach.olemiss.edu/iep/how-to-apply.html.

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Housing Details

Courses Available

During the summer, IEP offers a programs for students who would like to improve their English skills and their knowledge of the United States. Offered in June and July, the program features 20-25 hours a week of the following: Language Classes — Every morning, students have formal language classes designed to help them improve their fluency in English. Students practice speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills and learn useful vocabulary and grammar. Classes are offered at the beginning through advanced levels of instruction. American Culture Classes — Each afternoon, students participate in content courses that examine topics related to U.S. society and culture such as family, education, relationships, recreation, values, and ethnic diversity. Each week, group projects help students get practical speaking experience while expanding their knowledge of American culture. Classes are offered at the beginning through advanced levels of instruction. Cultural Field Trips — Throughout the program, students have the opportunity to go on outings to local points of interest and other major attractions where students observe and interact with native English speakers from a variety of backgrounds. Independent Study — Students are encouraged to spend two to three hours each day in independent study and in the University’s computer labs. During this time, they have the opportunity to work on the language skills that they need most. In addition, students can use other tools for learning English that are available on the Internet.

For more information Intensive English Program www.olemiss.edu/iep iep@olemiss.edu 001-662-915-1560

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Intensive English Program

University students have the option of staying on or off campus during the summer. On-campus accommodations are traditional dormitories with two students to each room and shared bathroom facilities in each wing. Single rooms are available on a limited basis, though no private bathroom facilities are available. Approximately 40 students share bathroom facilities and each wing of the dormitory (and in most cases, each dormitory) are single gender. Access to dorms is granted by using the student ID card to enter the main doors —which are always locked — and using a traditional key to enter the student’s room. Guests must sign in at the front desk and visiting hours are restricted on weeknights and weekends. Off-campus accommodation is available in Oxford but must be arranged personally by the student. Recommendations for housing near the campus are available at www.outreach.olemiss.edu/iep/off-campus-housing.html.


Additional Information • Partner Benefits • Financial Aid • Deadlines for Applications • Calendar of Sessions • Visa Information • Health Insurance Information • Additional Documentation • Pre-Departure Checklist • Extra Excursions • General Contact Information

“It went too fast!!!! I would LOVE to come back for a whole semester.” ––– International Summer Student 2010

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Partner Benefits If your institution is a partner of The University of Mississippi, then certain benefits apply to you related to International Summer Sessions.

Placement as Part of Exchange Relationship

In order to receive this benefit, students must forward their application to The University of Mississippi through their home institution.

Tuition Discount

Tuition waivers for non-resident fees are available if your university has an active exchange with UM and you direct enroll into the program. Please check with your local Study Abroad Office to determine whether you attend a UM partner institution. The tuition waiver will be credited to your account once you arrive at UM and begin classes.

There are some institutions that also have Memorandums of Understanding with IEP at UM. Those institutions have set prices for students attending UM programs with the intention of returning to the home institution. Please see your intensive English advisor at your home institution regarding pricing and details. In order to receive tuition discounts, students must forward their application to The University of Mississippi through their home institutions.

ATTENTION OVERSEAS ADVISORS If you would like specific information about how your university can participate in International Summer Sessions through a current Memorandum of Understanding or Exchange Agreement OR if you would like to be considered as a future UM partner, please contact the Study Abroad Office at 001-662-915-1508 or exchange@olemiss.edu.

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Additional Information

Some agreements between UM and partner institutions allow university students to enroll in the International Summer School as part of our exchange protocol. In that case, students would pay fees at their home institutions and receive program benefits at UM without having to pay some costs. Please check with your home institution advisor to see if your university has an agreement with UM that allows for summer programs to count toward the exchange balance.


General Program Information Financial Aid

Additional Information

Students interested in International Summer Sessions who are enrolled at UM partner institutions should refer to page 29 for information on specific scholarships related to those agreements. Students who do not attend a partner institution and wish to enroll directly in International Summer Sessions can also apply for aid to help defer some of the program costs. Financial aid availability varies by program and depends heavily on the student’s ability to show financial need and academic merit. For more information on how to apply for financial aid, please visit www.outreach. olemiss.edu/international.

Priority

The deadline for application to all programs is March 1; final deadline is May 1. However, some programs are highly selective and/or fill up very quickly. We encourage interested students to submit their applications as soon as possible in order to be considered for their preferred International Summer Session.

Calendar of Sessions* International Summer School Intensive English Programs

Session 1: May 16 - May 28 Session 2: June 1- June29 Session 3: June 30 - July 29 Session 4: August 1 - August 13 Session 1: June 1 - June 29 Session 2: June 30 - July 29

Study USA

Session 1: May 10 - May 28 Session 2: August 2 - August 14

Washington (DC) Internship Experience

Session 1: May 16 - June 29 Session 2: June 30 - August 13

New York Internship

Session 1: June 1 - August 1

* Dates are subject to change Check www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international for updates

“The faculty were very friendly and approachable and enjoyed having an international student in their class.” ––– International Summer Student 2010

The University of Mississippi Study Abroad Office PO Box 187 University, MS 38677 USA P: 001-662-915-1508 F: 001-662-915-6798 E: exchange@olemiss.edu W: www.outreach.olemiss.edu/ international

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General Program Information Visa Information

All international students studying at UM through International Summer Sessions must secure a visa in order to be enrolled in classes. The University of Mississippi will assist students in this process, but students are responsible for gathering the proper information and making all appointments to secure the visa in order to arrive to their desired session on time.

Additional Information

When applying to your desired program, you will receive information about visa requirements for acceptance into that program. Should you have additional questions about obtaining a visa, we recommend you consult the U.S. Department of State Web site at www.travel.state.gov.

Health Insurance Information

All international students are required to enroll in the health insurance plan approved by The University of Mississippi. Proof of insurance from a home institution or other U.S. company will not be sufficient to waive this requirement. Coverage in this insurance plan provides emergency services as well as general health coverage at the Student Health Center on the UM campus. The cost of this insurance plan will be charged to students when they arrive on campus and enroll in the plan.

Additional Documentation

In most cases, international students will need to submit supporting documentation in order to complete the application process and receive the proper paperwork to secure a student visa. Because this documentation varies by student and by program we send a follow up e-mail to each student stating the required documentation and the timeline for submission. Failure to return these documents may result in students being removed from their desired program without a refund of any fees already paid. Until a letter of final acceptance, along with visa documentation, has been received, a student’s status is considered “pending.” Please pay attention to directions in all follow up e-mails and mailed packets and complete the requested documentation as soon as possible to secure your admission.

Pre-Departure Checklist • Confirm acceptance into program. • Obtain student visa. • Confirm housing arrangements. • Confirm course enrollment list. • Confirm payment of fees through MyOleMiss. • Review textbook list and pre-order books.

• Review program information and requirements. • Read all materials sent in pre-departure packet and prepare accordingly. • Review news and updates at http://www.olemiss.edu.

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Extra Excursions Although we think you’ll love Oxford, we have built excursions outside of Oxford into every International Summer Session. For some students, though, we know that this taste of life in the United States may not be enough. For those students, we’re providing the following extra excursions during the upcoming sessions:

Overnight in Clarksdale, Mississippi: Home of the Blues — $100 Includes transport to/from Clarksdale, overnight at Shack-Up Inn, informational talk by Blues expert on the ride to Clarksdale, entrance to the Blues Museum, meal, and entertainment at Ground Zero juke joint with live music. Day Trip to Memphis, Tennessee: Crossroads of Civil Rights, Crossroads of Music — $100 Includes transport to/from Memphis, Tennessee, entrance to National Civil Rights Museum, guided walk down Beale Street, lunch on Beale Street, afternoon at Stax Records, Gibson Guitar Factory, and Graceland to focus on music and the Civil Rights movement. Weekend in New Orleans, Louisiana: History and Renovation — $350 Includes transport to/from New Orleans, guided city tour, Katrina tour, and participation in community service project related to hurricane damage, tour of bayou area, breakfast at Café du Monde, lunch one day, and hotel for two nights. Post-Program Excursion to Chicago, Illinois — $400 Includes transport to/from Chicago, Illinois, entrance to professional baseball game, entrance to two museums or other attractions, hotel for 3 nights, lunch one day, and dinner one day. Note: A minimum of 5 students is required in order for each excursion to be booked. Not every excursion will be available during every session. Once their initial applications have been processed, students will be sent a list of optional excursions that will be offered during their time at UM. Participation in these programs is on a first-come basis, and students will be billed for each program through their UM Bursar Account.


Sophisticated little Oxford is waiting for you. What are you waiting for? -- NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TRAVELER




For more information contact The University of Mississippi Study Abroad Office 359 Martindale P.O. Box 187 University, MS 38677 USA P: 001-662-915-1508 E: exchange@olemiss.edu F: 001-662-915-6798

www.outreach.olemiss.edu/international

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