CCSA Winter 22-23 Catalog is open and students may apply. We have three repeat programs and a new program.

rack cardAustralia

London & Dublin

London Winter

New Zealand

Here are the faculty and courses (sort by program):

RuthBeattieAustralia EcosystemsAustralian Ecosystems
DeniseKniselyAustralia EcosystemsIndigenous Australia: The Land of the Rainbow Serpent (Knisely)
JenniferFairchildLondon & DublinHealth Care Across the Pond
JuliaJohnsonLondon & DublinCreative Writing in London & Dublin
AaronJuddLondon & DublinFrom Grain to Glass: Exploring Adult Beverage Industries London & Dublin
KristaKimmelLondon & DublinHealth Care Across the Pond
RobertSheltonLondon & DublinThey Did What? Science and Ethics in the UK and Ireland (Shelton)
MichaelSimontonLondon & DublinStone Sanctuaries & Bronze to Bog Bodies & Gold (Simonton)
DavidWilbanksLondon & DublinExploring Risk Management Practices in London & Dublin (Wilbanks)
JohnAlbertiLondon WinterHarry Potter on the Page and on the Screen (Alberti)
ScottBoydLondon WinterBeyond the Footlights: Theatrical Tradition in Britain (Boyd)
AlexandriaColovosLondon WinterComparing Healthcare Systems in the UK and the U.S.(Colovos)
LlewellynCookLondon WinterLove, Lust, and Death: England’s Tudor Dynasty (Cook)
BarbaraCook London WinterLove, Lust, and Death: England’s Tudor Dynasty (Cook)
MarcieHintonLondon WinterEngland in the Movies: Storytelling and Media-induced Tourism (Hinton)
AllieJohnstonLondon WinterExpository Writing in London: Examining The Crown (Johnston)
ChristianPageLondon WinterThe King’s Speech: Speech-Language Pathology in England (Wahl / Page)
JoSanburg London WinterTheatre on Location: Classics to Contemporary (Strawn)
KarenStockLondon WinterMulticultural Management in London (Stock)
StaciStoneLondon WinterExploring Gothic Literature in London (Stone)
JameyStrawnLondon WinterTheatre on Location: Classics to Contemporary (Strawn)
MinooWadiaLondon WinterCurtain Call: British Drama in Action (Wadia)
RobynWahlLondon WinterThe King’s Speech: Speech-Language Pathology in England (Wahl / Page)
BradfordWoodLondon WinterThe People of London and Their Histories (Wood)
SarahJohnsonNew ZealandThe Ecology and Geology of New Zealand (Roberton/Johnson)
DeniceRobertsonNew ZealandThe Ecology and Geology of New Zealand (Roberton/Johnson)

And here are the wonderful program administrators. We assign Program Directors and Assistant Directors with alternates as well.

CaseyHindmanAll ProgramsPD/AD (alt)
DavidNelsonAll ProgramsPD/AD (alt)
KimberlyNesslerAll ProgramsAD (alt)
KimberGuinnLondon & DublinAD
MichaelHattonLondon & DublinPD
DianeMaldonadoLondon WinterAD
JohnStradaLondon WinterPD
AndrewMillerLondon Winter or London-DublinAD (alt)
StevenGunsNew ZealandPD

And there’s more…

ireland non credit

We’re offering a Non-Credit program in the Fall of 2022.

Ireland’s lovely landscape and landmarks provide an excellent and easily accessible source of relevant content and examples through which to discover its rich history and vibrant culture in this non-credit course.

Jim Gleason, a professional musician and songwriter, will lead the program.

“I am also familiar with aspects of Irish history and culture from an artistic perspective. In addition to its history and culture, we’ll explore aspects of Ireland’s musical heritage, which runs deep. It touches all aspects of Irish life, from history and politics to culture and tourism.” — Jim Gleason

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We look forward to providing exciting global learning courses this summer in collaboration  with our member institutions, our faculty, our on-site teams, and especially our students.