The Galapagόs Islands Summer 2020: A Magical Journey
Travel Dates: June 10 – June 24, 2020
ENV 121 General Environmental Science
Explores fundamental components and interactions that make up the natural systems of the earth. Introduces the basic science concepts in the discipline of biological, chemical, and earth sciences that are necessary to understand and address environmental issues.
(4 credit hours: lab science credit.)
CST 100 Principles of Public Speaking
Applies theory and principles of public address with emphasis on preparation and delivery.
(3 credit hours: communications, applied humanities or general elective credit.)
Both courses will be 10-week summer session classes (May 26th – August 3rd). You do not need to take a class to travel with the program.
Package includes airfare, internal travel, hotel, most admissions, breakfast daily, eight lunches and one group dinner. In addition to these costs, students will need to pay for class tuition, other meals and a few admissions and dock fees that are not included in the group package. Additional costs (not including tuition) range $200-400 depending on how frugal you want to be with meals.
Estimate Trip Cost (package): $3,650
Travel Insurance: $150
Galapagόs National Park Admission: $100
This trip is expected to fill very quickly. Your spot is not confirmed until you make the first deposit and receive confirmation from the agency. Registration will open October 1 for students and October 4 for everyone else.
A deposit of $600 will be due October 15 (but it is highly recommended that you pay your deposit as close to October 1 as possible to reserve your spot). Monthly deposits of $700 will be due in November, January, February and March with a final lower payment ($200-300) due in April.
For a detailed itinerary or more information, contact:
Kerrigan Sullivan, Professor of Theatre
Why Study Abroad?
Studying abroad transforms the way you look at the world and yourself. For more than a decade, John Tyler Community College has organized international education trips to places such as Greece, France, Vietnam, Italy, England, Scotland, Ghana and Peru.
The courses we've covered have been just as diverse. Students have earned college credit in nursing, Spanish, philosophy, theatre, information technology, history, English, art and more, all while immersing themselves in the communities and cultures they visit.
Whether you choose to participate in one or all of the courses covered during a particular trip, you will be welcome to participate in all planned activities.