Program Details

Students are able to select from a variety of electives, including, but not limited to: • New Media and Democracy • International Mass Me dia • Global New Media • Theory of Information Strategy • Cyberspace as a New Security Domain • Terrorism & Other Se
Location:
Warsaw, Poland
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Fall Semester, Spring Break

Program Overview

Program Description:
Digitalization has led to innovation in nearly every aspect of society. It has also exposed numerous new risks to the individual and state. Issues discussed on this study abroad program will include democratization, political activism, cybersecurity policies, as well as changing state foreign policies and warfare strategies. This program is for students of sociology, political science, journalism, and computer science who are interested in better understanding the new "Society 2.0" in which we are now living. Students will gain a powerful understanding of the role new technology is playing in the world, and can play in their careers in government, political activism, journalism, or academia.

Students are able to select from a variety of electives, including, but not limited to: • New Media and Democracy • International Mass Me dia • Global New Media • Theory of Information Strategy • Cyberspace as a New Security Domain • Terrorism & Other Security Threats • Polish Language • Professional Internship • Research Project

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