Austria: Law, Crime, and Punishment
Course Number/Name: INED 299 - Study Abroad Austria:Law, Crime, and Punishment
Course Description: Experience Austria, a country with a long history, rich culture, great food and many fascinating places to explore. This program focuses specifically on the history and culture of Vienna/Austria, the history of crime and punishment and international and national organizations on crime and justice. Daily activities include museum visits (Crime Museum, Sigmund Freud Museum, Torture Museum etc.), guided tours (Concentration Camp Mauthausen, Vienna City Tour, United Nations, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, correctional facility, US Embassy) and visits of exciting locations (“Third Man” sewer tour, Viennese Coffeehouse, Prater amusement park), just to name a few. Students are required to keep a daily journal, attend all activities, and participate in an online course prior to departure.
Instructor: Dr. Daniela Peterka-Benton, Professor - Sociology, Anthropology, Social Work, & Criminal Justice
Language of Instruction: English
Course Dates: July 18 - 28, 2013
Eligible Participants: Undergraduates with at least a 2.5 GPA. Accepted students must attend mandatory orientation sessions.
Application Deadline: March 15, 2013
Credits: 3 Undergraduate
Cost: Summer 2012 Budget
Payment: Full payment of the Course Fee is due to the International Education Center by April 2, 2012
Application: Apply Now