A new course at the University of Mobile, “Walking through Paris: Aspects of France’s Cultural History,” includes the option of a trip to Paris with UMobile French instructor Barbara Brousseau. The course emphasizes French language and communication skills.
No prior study of French is required for the 3-credit-hour course, which is offered Spring Semester 2012. Students enrolled in the course have first priority for the trip, which is also open to UMobile students, faculty, staff and alumni. A deposit of $300 is due by Oct. 31 in order to reserve a spot in the class and for the trip.
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Brousseau will lead the Paris trip May 14 – 22, 2012. Cost for the trip is $2,200, not including tuition for the 3-credit-hour course, and covers the flight, lodging, breakfasts, airport transfers and all transportation and group activities/entrance fees to landmarks and museums.
“It is an academic trip and the activities we participate in are meant to enhance what we have already discussed and studied in the course before we leave,” Brousseau said.
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