Program:  New Zealand: Intercultural Experiences
Credit Hours: 3
Dates:  December 10th to December 27th

Locations:  

Auckland, Rotorua, Wellington, Queenstown, Dunedin

Informational Sessions

  • TBA

Video

Forthcoming

Description

New Zealand offers a unique opportunity to study differences in how a native culture and a modern culture co-exist.  In the case of New Zealand,

the cultures appear to co-exist as relative equals and have merged to form a co-culture.       

The program also provides students with the opportunity to study how their academic specialization is lived in another culture.  The social, cultural, and legal rules that govern relationships, organizations, values, and one's place are sufficiently different as to provide the ability to develop insights into intercultural, interpersonal, organizational, mass communication and public relations contexts.

Course options

Undergraduate

  • COMM 3911 - International Studies I
  • COMM 4911 - International Studies II

Graduate

  • COMM 6200 - Advanced Intercultural Communication
  • COMM 7000  - Environmental Communication
  • COMM 7400 - Directed Study

Planned Activities

Auckland Museum, Mitai, Waitomo Cave, Te Puia, Polynesian Spa, Agradome, Te Papa, Eco-tour, Otago Museum, Hobbiton, Lord of the Rings Tour

Optional Activities

 Wine Tour, Bunge Jumping, jet boating horseback riding, 4-wheeling, walking, Milford Sound

Other information