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Spanish Infrastructure Ancient and Modern-Madrid and Granada Spain


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Program Type Departmental
Program Location Madrid, Granada, Spain
Course # SA 10505
Duration Summer
Upcoming Program Dates
Summer 2020 05/16/20 to 05/31/20


Program Leader

Name John Haddock
Emailjhaddock@purdue.edu
Phone000-000-0000


Program Description

Spain was ruled by the Nationalist dictator, Francisco Franco, from 1939 until his death in 1975.  During the post-war period, Spain did little to modernize its infrastructure.  Once a Parliamentary system of government was adopted and Spain joined the European Union, the process of modernization was accelerated.  Students will visit sites of ancient infrastructures such as the Roman Aqueducts at Segovia and Alhambra, the last Moorish stronghold in Spain.  Modern sites such as the high speed train, the Madrid Metro (the 12th longest in the world), and Bernabéu Soccer Stadium.  

-Students will also have class at the University of Granada while visiting local sites.

 

Tentative Schedule:  

May 16- Depart USA

May 17-Arrive in Madrid 

             Welcome dinner 

May 18, 19- Activities and visits in and around Madrid 

May 20- Segovia-Roman Aqueducts 

May 21- Day trip to Toledo

May 22- High speed train to Granada

May 23-Activities in Granada

May 24- Free Day 

May 25-29- Daily class at Univerity of Granada 9am-12pm with afternoon lab and site visits 

May 30- Students free to depart 

 

Academic Credit

Earn 3 credits for CE 49700.  This is a Technical Elective for Civil students.  All others must check with their academic advisor

Eligibility

Students in any Engineering Major, Sophomore to Senior are welcome to apply.  Must be in good academic standing, no academic probation 

Program Cost

Program fees are estimated to be between $3900-$4200 (itinerary under development) which includes all housing, three academic credits, train and ground transportation, breakfast daily, cultural excursions, technical site visits, airport pick-up upon arrival, Welcome and Farewell Meals, international health innsurance, and 24/7 Emergency support.  

Additional expenses:  Airfare, Passport, Visa (if non-US citizen), most meals, and personal spending money. 

Application Deadline

Students will be accepted on a rolling basis until program reaches capacity.  20 spots available.  

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