Unique Educational Experience in India Offered
Teaneck, NJ (April 10, 2007) — An exciting 10-day “Educational Sojourn in India” can earn three undergraduate or graduate credits from Fairleigh Dickinson University. This three-city study-abroad opportunity to Northern and Central India will take place from June 29-July 8. It blends theory with field experiences and provides students with exposure to diversity and culture as well as an in-depth look at the economy and leadership in the world’s largest democracy.
Beginning in New Delhi, the class moves to Agra and then on to Mumbai (formerly Bombay). Dr. Paulette Laubsch and Joseph Thomas of FDU’s School of Administrative Sciences will lead “Educational Sojourn in India.”
This course can be taken for three graduate credits “Leading Culturally Diverse Workplaces” or three undergraduate credits “Managing Culture, Diversity & Change in the Global Workplace.” The program is also available on an audit basis and guests are welcome. Participants will have on-line course components before and after the trip, but there is no on-campus requirement.
Travel arrangements include a non-stop flight to New Delhi from Liberty International Airport in Newark, five-star hotels and most meals. A deposit of $250 is required by May 15. For complete information, costs and a full day-by-day itinerary, contact Joseph Thomas at 201 692 7170 or firstname.lastname@example.org or see www.fdu.edu/mas