An embedded course is defined at CSB/SJU as a credit bearing course that students will take as part of their semester course offerings. The embedded course will start during one block or CD mod during the fall or spring semester and then have an international field component after the semester ends. A student enrolled in the course will need to complete all portions of the course to receive credit. Course offerings change from year to year.
Spring 2021 Embedded Programs
All courses are 4 credits.
- Kenya: MUSC 334 – Building Communities between campus and Kenya (FA, EL)
Director: Amy Grinsteiner, MUSC
- Japan: JAPN 330D - Nuclear Japan (ES, IC)
Director: Jeff DuBois
- Tanzania: BIOL 373Q – Ecology and Evolution of the African Serengeti Ecosystem (EL)
Director: Kristina Timmerman, BIOL
- United Kingdom: EDUC 214 – Embedded Children’s Literature in the United Kingdom (HM)
Director: Madeleine Israelson, EDUC
Fall 2021 Embedded Program
The Bahamas: GBUS 330A International Organizational Behavior in the Bahamian Context
Director: Deborah Pembleton, GBUS
Belgium & Netherlands: CHEM 323B Topics in Biochemistry: Fermentation
Director: Kate Graham, CHEM