Missouri Greece Program

Greece and Greek culture have exercised a tremendous influence on European and North American civilization. The academic program in Greece is a wonderful educational and cultural experience, offering to students the opportunity to study in Greece through a semester-long curriculum combining regular classes, field trips, and independent studies. Courses include various aspects of Greek civilization (history, art, art-history, literature, philosophy, music, theater, etc.), computer information systems, information technology, international business, accounting and finance, management, mathematics, and science. The program is open for credit to students with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Courses offered by the Missouri Greece Program may be used for credit toward graduation.

Cost of the program includes regular Missouri S&T fees plus a non-academic program fee which includes accommodation in Athens, a weekly program of cultural and social activities, and subsidized course-related excursions. Students eligible for financial assistance at Missouri S&T may be able to apply this aid to the Missouri Greece Program. For information, contact:

International and Cultural Affairs
Study Abroad
104 Norwood Hall
Rolla, MO 65409-0610

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