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The London GE Program

Study literature and history in the city where some of the world's greatest literary works were written, and where history comes alive.

Program Dates

May 5, 2019 - June 29, 2019

The dates listed above are departure dates from LAX and from the program location back to LAX.

Costs

Tuition: $1,685.00 per unit (standard Malibu summer tuition rate)

Room & Board: $4,496.00

Course Requirements

7 units required.

Course Offerings

HIST 204 History of the American Peoples (4)

GE: American Experience

  • This course provides a historical overview of the American peoples from pre-colonial times to the present, exploring the variety of the American experience in the context of political, social, and intellectual developments. Satisfies in part the general education requirement in the American experience.

ENG 380 Topics in Literature: Modern Drama (4)

GE: Literature; Prerequisite: ENG 101 or equivalent

  • Examines a given topic in literary studies. The course may be focused on a theme, a movement, a historical period, or a genre. May be repeated once when topics vary.

INTS 492 Special Topics: Religion, Conflict, and Peace in Northern Ireland (4)

  • This course provides an introduction to the history and politics of the Northern Ireland conflict and peace process through a blend of academic learning and practical experience involving a study trip to Northern Ireland. The course also sheds light on other seemingly intractable conflicts that are such a feature of our world in the 21st century.

SPAD 490 Globalization of Sport (4)

  • Sport continues to have a dramatic impact globally. Globalization has resulted in sport being interrelated economically, politically, and culturally. Students will develop a critical understanding of the necessary relationship between the global sport process and the local experience; be introduced to the governance and framework of the Olympic Games, World Cup, and other sporting mega-events. They will also develop an understanding of contemporary sport as being a complex expression of competing or collaborating global and local forces.

 

Faculty in Residence

Professor Ned Coletti

Executive in Residence in Sport Administration, Communication Division, Seaver College

ned.colletti@pepperdine.edu

 

Dr. John Watson

Professor of Education, Communication Division, Seaver College

john.g.watson@pepperdine.edu

 

 

 

 

Updated: 08.09.18