Program Details

The Israel/Palestine Seminar is a chance for students to be part of an on-going peace-building intervention between Palestinians and Israelis incorporating people at all levels of society.
Location:
Jerusalem, Israel
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Winter Semester

Program Overview

Program Description:

The Israel/Palestine Seminar is a chance for students to be part of an on-going peace-building intervention between Palestinians and Israelis incorporating people at all levels of society. As they engage in this experience, students will be given the chance to reflect on what it means to be a practitioner and encounter the integration of theory, research, and practice.

Program Details

Credits Offered

Undergraduate:

  • CONF 385

Graduate:

  • CONF 625
  • CONF 695

Eligibility

Reflective Practice in Israel/Palestine is a graduate course that is also able to award undergraduate credit to highly motivated undergraduate students. The course is open to all Mason and non-Mason undergraduates, graduates, and PhD students as a 3 credit course and to non-students as a professional development seminar. Mason students can take the course as CONF 620, 695, or 385. Those who have taken 620 can receive credit for CONF 695 instead. (Other options may be available – check with your advisor or email meverson@gmu.edu.)

 

Cost:
Program Cost (Winter 2018): $3,890** **Save $200 when you apply before October 1st and pay your deposit by October 15th! Included: Tuition (3 credits) Hotel rooms for all 8 nights of the course (double or triple occupancy) 2 meals per day In-country ground transportation Cultural excursions Entrance fees Course trainers’ and speakers' costs International Emergency Insurance Not included: Round-trip airfare Personal spending

Additional Program Information

Scholarships:
Yes

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