Students can travel to Germany, Vienna through study abroad program

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Students can travel to Germany, Vienna through study abroad program

January 30, 2013

Northwestern Oklahoma State University students are encouraged to take advantage of a study abroad adventure traveling to Germany with an optional two-day excursion to Vienna, Austria beginning May 16. Deadline to complete an application without a penalty is Feb. 10.

To receive college credit, students must be in good academic standing and also must enroll in the study abroad courses. This trip has been customized for Northwestern students so that individuals can return and enroll in the summer semester if they desire. Students will return from studying abroad before the summer semester begins.
Study abroad course offerings include Humanities 4480 – Study Abroad—European culture and the Cold War in the American Imagination, taught by Dr. James Bell, associate professor of English; Marketing 4313 – International Studies Abroad in Marketing, taught by Dr. Wei Zhou, assistant professor of business; and Psychology 4300 – Cross Cultural Psychology, taught by Dr. Wayne McMillin, Northwestern-Enid dean.

During this exciting and educational journey, students will sightsee in Berlin, visit the Jewish Museum and participate in a panel discussion. Further travel will take students to Dresden where students will visit the Zwinger Museum. Students continuing on to Vienna will see much of what the city has to offer.

Students who choose the trip to Germany only will return on May 23. Participants in the two-day excursion to Vienna will return on May 25.

By visiting students can register for the trip by using tour number 1307294.

For additional assistance with travel arrangements or for questions about the study abroad program, contact sponsors Dr. Kathryn Lane, assistant professor of English, at (580) 327-8470 or; McMillian at (580) 213-3116 or, or Zhou at (580) 327-8505 or