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Program Overview

Program Overview

There’s no better place to study sustainability than in Berlin. In the Global Sustainability and Environment Program you’ll learn how Germany and Berlin became global leaders in sustainable development and experience first-hand the agents of change. In this dynamic program, expert instructors will discuss challenges facing the global and local environment and the important role that cities have to play. You’ll learn about local solutions--both in the classroom and out in the city--exploring cutting-edge technology, strategies and policies, community initiatives, and new ideas to challenge the status-quo and build a sustainable future. You’ll even have the chance to work on your own project and gain confidence in your own ideas.

Study abroad in Berlin and you’ll:

  • Visit sustainable development projects, government agencies, and sites of environmental challenges and solutions
  • Hear from, and interact with, local environmental engineers, researchers, ecologists, sociologists, policymakers, and economists
  • Take guided overnight study tours to important European cities such as Hamburg or Prague
  • Work in an interdisciplinary team on a project guided by experts
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Scholarships & Grants

Scholarships & Grants

We want as many students as possible to benefit from studying abroad. That’s why CIEE awards more than $5 million every year – more than any other international educational organization – to make study abroad affordable.

Applicants to this program are eligible for the following scholarships and grants:

  • Ping Scholarships for Academic Excellence
  • Ping Scholarships for Academic Excellence

    $2,500 toward program costs. To recognize high academic achievement, CIEE offers a limited number of merit scholarships to our strongest students. These awards are based on students’ academic records, and on the submission of a personal essay describing to us how their CIEE program will impact their college experience and future career plans.

    https://www.ciee.org/study-abroad/scholarships-grants/

  • Global Access Initiative (GAIN) Grants
  • Global Access Initiative (GAIN) Grants

    The GAIN Grant helps cover airfare costs to and from CIEE program locations for students who demonstrate high financial need. GAIN Grants are available for short-term (January and summer), semester and year-long CIEE programs.

    https://www.ciee.org/study-abroad/scholarships-grants/

  • CIEE Gilman Go Global Grant
  • CIEE Gilman Go Global Grant

    Applicants for the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship can apply for the CIEE Gilman Go Global Grant, which provides both program cost support and support for airfare. Students will have to provide proof of having applied to the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, upon request.

    https://www.ciee.org/study-abroad/scholarships-grants/

To be considered, submit the CIEE Scholarships & Grants application within your CIEE program application. Learn more at the Scholarships & Grants section of our website.
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The CIEE Difference

The CIEE Difference

Collaborative Projects

Work with students in small groups or one-on-one to analyze a challenge, develop potential solutions, and present proposals for change.

Excursions

Get out there and see Berlin. Go on numerous co-curricular excursions highlighting technological innovation, such as the EUREF Smart Cities Campus, and social entrepreneurship, like the innovative community garden culture throughout Berlin. Plus, you’ll take part in two multiday study tours to other cities to compare alternative approaches to sustainable development.

Partnerships

There’s power in collaboration. That’s why you’ll have opportunities to learn from local environmental engineers, researchers, ecologists, sociologists, policymakers, and economists.

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Dates, Deadlines & Fees

Dates, Deadlines & Fees

We want to make sure you get the most out of your experience when you study abroad with CIEE, which is why we offer the most inclusions in our fees.

  • Tuition and housing
  • Pre-departure advising and optional on-site airport meet and greet
  • Full-time program leadership and support
  • Field trips and cultural activities
  • CIEE iNext travel card which provides insurance and other travel benefits
Please note, program dates are subject to change. Please contact your CIEE Study Abroad Advisor before purchasing airfare. Click the button to view more detailed information about dates and fees as well as estimated additional costs. Please talk with your University Study Abroad Advisor about additional fees that may be charged by your home institution when participating in a program abroad.
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End Date
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Spring 2017 (18 wks)
11/15/2016
01/09/2017
05/13/2017
$19,850

Program Date Notes

Program Fees

In addition to the items outlined below, the CIEE program fee includes an optional on-site airport meet and greet, full-time leadership and support, orientation, residence permit fees, cultural activities, local excursions, pre-departure advising, and a CIEE iNext travel card which provides insurance and other travel benefits.
Participation Confirmation *
$300
Educational Costs **
$14,958
Housing ***
$4,425
Insurance
$167

This breakdown has been prepared from the program budget for the purpose of calculating eligibility for financial aid. During the course of program operations, actual figures may vary. It should not, therefore, be used as a basis for calculation of refunds. CIEE reserves the right to adjust fees at any time.

Students required to study on CIEE programs through a School of Record will be charged a $500 administrative fee in addition to the Program Fees listed.

* non-refundable

** direct cost of education charged uniformly to all students

*** Students in the homestay option have two meals per day provided as part of the program fee. No meals are included in the student apartment option.

Estimated Additional Costs

Meals not included in program fee *
$2,600
International Airfare **
$1,200
Local Transportation
$400
Books & Supplies
$450
Visa Fees
$82
Personal expenses
$2,800

The estimated additional costs indicated are intended to assist students and parents in budgeting for those additional living and discretionary expenses not included in the program fee. Actual expenses will vary according to student interests and spending habits.

* for students in on-campus residence hall; homestay students should budget $900 per semester for meals not included in fees

** round-trip based on U.S. East Coast departure

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Fall 2017 (18 wks)
05/15/2017
08/14/2017
12/16/2017
$19,850

Program Date Notes

Program Fees

In addition to the items outlined below, the CIEE program fee includes an optional on-site airport meet and greet, full-time leadership and support, orientation, residence permit fees, cultural activities, local excursions, pre-departure advising, and a CIEE iNext travel card which provides insurance and other travel benefits.
Participation Confirmation *
$300
Educational Costs **
$14,958
Housing ***
$4,425
Insurance
$167

This breakdown has been prepared from the program budget for the purpose of calculating eligibility for financial aid. During the course of program operations, actual figures may vary. It should not, therefore, be used as a basis for calculation of refunds. CIEE reserves the right to adjust fees at any time.

Students required to study on CIEE programs through a School of Record will be charged a $500 administrative fee in addition to the Program Fees listed.

* non-refundable

** direct cost of education charged uniformly to all students

*** Students in the homestay option have two meals per day provided as part of the program fee. No meals are included in the on-campus residence hall option.

Estimated Additional Costs

Meals not included in program fee *
$2,600
International Airfare **
$1,200
Local Transportation
$400
Books & Supplies
$450
Visa Fees
$82
Personal expenses
$2,800

The estimated additional costs indicated are intended to assist students and parents in budgeting for those additional living and discretionary expenses not included in the program fee. Actual expenses will vary according to student interests and spending habits.

* for students in on-campus residence hall; homestay students should budget $900 per semester for meals not included in fees

** round-trip based on U.S. East Coast departure

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Spring 2018 (18 wks)
11/15/2017
01/08/2018
05/12/2018

Program Date Notes

Program Fees

This breakdown has been prepared from the program budget for the purpose of calculating eligibility for financial aid. During the course of program operations, actual figures may vary. It should not, therefore, be used as a basis for calculation of refunds. CIEE reserves the right to adjust fees at any time.

Students required to study on CIEE programs through a School of Record will be charged a $500 administrative fee in addition to the Program Fees listed.

Estimated Additional Costs

The estimated additional costs indicated are intended to assist students and parents in budgeting for those additional living and discretionary expenses not included in the program fee. Actual expenses will vary according to student interests and spending habits.

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Eligibility
2.5 Overall GPA

Eligibility

  • Overall GPA 2.5
    • Minimum of two college-level courses in Environmental Studies or Environmental Science
    • Recommended completion of at least one college-level science or social science course with an integrated lab
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Recommended Credit

Recommended Credit

Total credit is 15 semester/22.5 quarter hours.

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Program Requirements

Program Requirements

This program is structured to explore approaches to sustainable development and teach skills for improving environments back home. Students are required to take three courses:

  1. Sustainability Seminar: exposes students to important thoughts and practices in areas of sustainable development in Berlin and Germany. The seminar is typically a social or political sciences course.
  2. Science and Technology Workshop: trains students to understand and quantify sustainable development through geospatial data acquisition and management tools.
  3. Sustainability Project: applies knowledge and skills directly in an interdisciplinary research project guided by experts.

Students can also choose to take electives, including German language, from the course offerings of the Open Campus program.

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About the City

About The City

The thriving global city of Berlin has been built up over the centuries around the River Spree. From the glass-domed capital building, Reichstag, get a panoramic view of the entire city below, brimming with universities, research institutes, orchestras, museums, festivals, and diverse architecture. Berlin is Germany’s largest city and the capital of reunified Germany. It is home to roughly 3.5 million people, contains large amounts of green space and is surrounded by woodlands and lakes. At the crossroads between Eastern and Western Europe, Berlin is influenced by strong and, at times, conflicting political and cultural forces. Its response has been vibrant, creative and energetic, leading to reinvention at every turn. A result of relatively low living costs, excellent public transportation, and immediate local access to parks and playgrounds, Berlin is ranked among the top of global urban quality-of-life indices.

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Meet The Staff

Meet The Staff

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Marie Budde, MA

Program Coordinator

Marie is part of the Community and Student Life team at the Global Institute—Berlin. Marie has worked in international education for several years, most recently at the Berlin School of Creative Leadership, where she served as academic program manager. She has also worked with international students at the Freie Universität in Berlin. Marie holds an MA from the Brandenburgische Technische Universität in Cottbus, and a BA from the Royal Holloway University of London.

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Arwen Colell

Core Faculty

Arwen Colell studied energy and environmental politics in Germany, Japan, and the US, graduating with honors. After working for the Environmental Policy Research Center Berlin and the Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, she is now a Senior Manager with a Berlin-based startup designing infrastructure solutions for the smart grid integration of electric vehicles and renewable energies. She is also a CIEE faculty member, teaching German environmental sustainability politics. Her dissertation at the Environmental Policy Research Center focuses on community energy potential for social innovation. She is a co-founder of BürgerEnergie Berlin, a cooperative set out to purchase the Berlin electricity grid.

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Eric Ginola, PhD

Program Assistant and Core Faculty

Having grown up in the Chicago area and completed his undergraduate degree at Macalester College, Eric went on to complete his graduate work at the University of Washington-Seattle, where he gained his first exposure to working in international education. Beside teaching at the UW, Eric has also taught at Gettysburg College, the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität in Münster and the Universität Paderborn. He teaches a variety of courses in the Language, Literature and Culture track but the majority of his responsibilities fall under the realm of Community and Student Life, including the study tours, extracurricular activities, day-to-day assistance with various student concerns, and various other roles.

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Martin Kley, PhD

Director, Global Institute - Berlin

Martin oversees the coordination, quality, and planning of all courses and educational programing in Berlin. He is responsible for faculty staffing, finalization of syllabi, the course evaluation process, and program development. A native of Augsburg, Germany, Martin studied at the Universities of Augsburg, Pittsburgh and Texas, where he earned his doctorate in German studies. Martin taught German language and culture, as well as film studies, at Gettysburg College. At Gettysburg he also served as chair of the German Department.

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Lukas Kronawitter

Global Programs Coordinator and Core Faculty

Lukas Kronawitter is an architect, planner, consultant, researcher and educator in multiple facets of sustainable urbanism. Lukas Kronawitter serves as the Director of Terreform One in Berlin as well as Academic Coordinator and Design Studio Professor with the CIEE Global Architecture and Design Program in Berlin. He has served as visiting Instructor at the Technical University of Berlin Department for Sustainable Planning and Urban Design. Lukas has consulted on a range of international projects including Ecocity development in Tianjin, Chaohu, and Zhenjiang in P.R. China, and environmental impact assessment on the new decentralized energy transmission grid. As a researcher at the HafenCity University of Hamburg Department for Sustainable Urban and Infrastructure Planning, Lukas co-authored the book “Water Sensitive Urban Design” published by Jovis and at the Technical University of Munich, Department for Building Construction and Materials Science Lukas was awarded the German Chancellor Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation for his work on life cycle optimization of recyclable building materials. Additional honors include the Holcim Prize and presentations at the United Nations in New York and UNESCO in Paris.

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John Roper, PhD

Academic Director

John Roper earned a bachelor’s degree in history and German studies from Brown University. As an undergraduate, he studied abroad in Berlin and upon graduation worked for several years as a study abroad advisor in the Brown Office of International Programs. John earned his doctorate in history from the University of Pennsylvania, returning to Berlin to complete his dissertation research with a grant from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). His dissertation focused on early debates within the nascent gay rights movement in Germany at the turn of the twentieth century. He has taught at the Europa-Universität Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder) and Touro College Berlin. Since summer 2014, John has taught courses at CIEE focusing on German cultural history, art and architecture, as well as gender and sexuality in contemporary Germany.

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Kirsten Twelbeck, PhD

Community and Student Life Director

Kirsten is responsible for student experiential learning opportunities, including residential programming, events, external projects, and programs with the greater Berlin community. She also works with the Academic Director to further develop our programs and teaches regularly. Kirsten earned her PhD in American Studies and successfully passed the post-doctoral Habilitation. She studied American Studies (both literature and culture) and Theater and Drama in Erlangen, Berlin, and Bloomington, Indiana, and has worked as an assistant professor and a guest professor at several German universities before joining the staff at CIEE. Prior to her academic career she worked as a journalist for German radio stations and as head of divisions for the city marketing organization Berlin Partner.

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Where You'll Study

Where You'll Study

CIEE Global Institute – Berlin

The CIEE Global Institute – Berlin combines the best of both worlds: a U.S.-style residence life program integrated within a local German neighborhood. Located in the heart of the Kreuzberg district, one of the most vibrant and popular neighborhoods in Berlin, the campus offers students easy access to a large public market hall, restaurants and cafés, and a variety of shops.

Our cutting-edge facility combines the architectural charm of an old German factory with modern design elements. The CIEE Global Institute campus features a residence hall, large common areas, two courtyards, a café, multiple study areas and lounges, and other rooms designed to enhance the interaction between all students and staff members living in the facility. A specific section of the facility is designated as the “German language wing” to help foster a stronger commitment to language learning and cultural exchange. Wireless Internet is available throughout the facility, and access to the residence is carefully controlled through both on-site security staff and electronic keys.

The CIEE Global Institute also houses our Student Life Office, where students can get guidance and support in order to get the most out of their study abroad experience. At the SLO, students can also borrow recreational equipment, get advice from CIEE staff and local student “Buddies” on local restaurants and stores, concerts, art exhibits, and performances.

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Housing & Meals

Housing & Meals

Most students live in an on-campus residence hall with a mix of CIEE students and resident assistants (RAs). Our RAs are local students who help CIEE students adjust to life in Berlin and are responsible for their safety and security. Students live in double, triple, or quad rooms with en-suite bathrooms and shower facilities. Students can prepare their own meals in the full kitchens. CIEE provides basic cooking utensils and cleaning supplies. Students also may get coffee, tea, soft drinks, and snacks and sandwiches at the on-site café, or explore the myriad restaurants in the Kreuzberg neighborhood. Lounges and kitchens in the residence hall allow students to mix and mingle over meals, cultural activities, study groups, and special events. Lounges and kitchens are shared space, with students enjoying the benefits but also the responsibility of taking care of them. Larger common areas are on the ground floor and inner courtyards offer comfortable spaces to work and relax.

Students may also be housed in shared apartments. Final housing assignments are solely at the discretion of CIEE. CIEE also offers an “Weekend Homestay” option for students who choose to live in the residence hall but would like to connect with a local family for weekend activities and occasional meals.

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Orientations

Orientations

Students begin their study abroad experience in Berlin before they leave home with our online predeparture orientation to help them understand more about the program and address important logistical questions about arrival and the first days on site. CIEE resident staff members meet with students online and share information about the program and site, as well as the chance to ask questions.

A multi-day on-site orientation, at the beginning of each academic term, is a required element of the program and introduces students to Berlin, German society and culture, and the CIEE academic program. Participants will also get practical information on living in Germany, and Berlin in particular. Excursions in and around the city introduce students to the public transit system and showcase major points of interest, resources, and amenities.

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Internet

Internet

Students are required to bring wireless-enabled laptops to use while on the program for both academic paper writing and studio work. Wireless Internet is available at the CIEE Global Institute–Berlin.

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Culture

Culture

Language Immersion

All CIEE students, regardless of language abilities, have the opportunity to learn German. Courses at a variety of proficiency levels are available, and more advanced German speakers can take advantage of German-taught area studies courses. A specific section of the Global Institute residence is designated as the “German language wing” to help foster a stronger commitment to language learning and cultural exchange.

CIEE staff can organize German language partners to help students practice and improve their German language skills. Additionally, for students with specific language acquisition goals, CIEE staff members can guide students to create individual community engagement plans to help them fulfill their objectives.

CIEE staff can organize German language partners to help students practice and improve their German language skills. Additionally, for students with specific language acquisition goals, CIEE staff members can guide students to create individual community engagement plans to help them fulfill their objectives.

Study Tours and Excursions

All students take part in two-day study tours to other German or international cities. Past study tours have visited Hamburg, for example, to visit the sustainable development projects HafenCity and the International Building Exhibition Projects. Students also toured BIQ House, the first building in the world with a bioreactor façade that allows the structure to generate all its energy for heat and electricity from the sun. Students participate in two study tours per semester and may include travel with student cohorts from other Global Institute Berlin programs. Location and dates of study tours will be provided closer to the start of the program.

Students also take part in numerous excursions to locations significant to sustainability in and around Berlin. Previous locations have included:

  • EUREF-Campus – an experimental campus with testing grounds for renewable energy companies
  • Tempelhofer Feld – a former airfield re-opened as a public park in 2012 that has become an experimental testing ground for citizen-initiated sustainable land use and parks concepts
  • Aldershof Science and Technology Park – a campus for 1,000 companies and research institutes focused on renewable energy and photovoltaics, innovative materials, biotechnology, and the environment
  • Wuppertal Institute for Climate Environment and Energy
  • The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
  • Prinzessinnengärten - a pop-up community garden and green sales point

All optional and required co-curricular excursions are subject to change and will be announced after arrival in Berlin.

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Academics

Academics

Academic Culture

The Global Sustainability and Environment curriculum in Berlin consists of three main components: Sustainability Project, Sustainability Seminar, and the Science and Technology Workshop. Students take at least one CIEE elective course, from the courses of the Open Campus program, and German is a popular and rewarding option.

Field trips to visit historical sites, new buildings, and environmental initiatives enhance students’ understanding of “cities in transition.”

This program may feature interdisciplinary cooperation. Therefore, it’s critical that students come with an open mind, ready to engage and exchange with each other, and exhibit a degree of self-motivation to thrive in an interdisciplinary learning environment. These skills are essential to sustainable development and create an exciting study experience.

Nature of Classes

Courses are taught in English by CIEE-contracted faculty who also facilitate collaborative projects with local professionals and peers. All courses are CIEE courses taught at the Global Institute - Berlin.

Grading System

Students are graded on the basis of class participation, homework, individual project work, presentations, and midterm and final examinations.

Students are expected to attend all classes, work on projects, and participate in group discussions. Student presentations and group reviews of student work are mandatory parts of the program and should be seen as invaluable opportunities for learning. Each project assignment is due at the beginning of class on its due date. Students also are expected to submit documentation of their entire semester’s work for final review.

Language of Instruction

English

(German language courses available among the electives)

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Course Descriptions

All Courses

Note: This course listing is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a contract between CIEE and any applicant, student, institution, or other party. The courses, as described, may be subject to change as a result of ongoing curricular revisions, assignment of lecturers and teaching staff, and program development. Courses may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment.

CIEE Study Center Syllabi

To view the most recent syllabi for courses taught by CIEE at our Study Centers, visit our syllabi site.

Global Sustainability Seminar

This course will introduce the field of sustainability. Social and economic dimensions depend on the environment, thus one critical focus for sustainability is the understanding the environmental effects of various socioeconomic practices, and in the discovery of new knowledge leading to more sustainable practices for the benefit of current and future generations. The course examines sustainability, specifically within the national (local) context, and also through the perspective that what happens locally also interacts with and impacts other regions and peoples.
The course will incorporate a Web cloud that provides basic information and points to appropriate content, including faculty-created materials, online lectures, and online readings. Videoconferencing will be another potent element of the course. It will allow the students to work on joint projects and receive feedback and viewpoints that a single local professor could not offer. Resident directors and other faculty experts from other CIEE sustainability programs (i.e., Australia, Bonaire, and Costa Rica) will provide content to support this global dialogue. During the second half of the semester, students will explore the past, present, and future of local sustainable communities. Combining theory and practice, students will participate in discussions, site visits, community work, and reflection sessions. A series of focused experiential exercises and group projects will enhance students’ understanding of the course concepts.
Contact hours: 60. Recommended credit: 4 semester / 6.0 quarter hours.

Local Sustainability Project

This course seeks to advance students’ ability to understand and address real-world environmental problems by engaging in applied projects that have a real impact on local communities. Students will participate in collaborative research, receive professional training, and have access to human and technological resources. They’ll have hands-on opportunities to work on projects exploring processes of local water quality, urban farming, sustainable living, synthetic biology, renewable energy generation, and phytoremediation. Students will create and test actionable solutions that directly impact the well-being of residents in local communities. The course will facilitate interdisciplinary interaction between students, educators, and professionals to explore the effects of technological interventions that can have profound impacts on the lives of local residents.
At the beginning of the semester, students will be presented with local sustainability projects ranging from research projects originated by faculty at the host institutions to work with local companies and NGOs focused on sustainable development. Students will be assigned to interdisciplinary teams and will start by discussing the focus and content of their project. In a seminar-like setting, teams will develop a project plan and work with their instructor to design and implement it. The instructor will help with research methods, guide the teams through the research process, and provide them with information and resources.
The semester will culminate in a presentation of students’ research findings – with proposed and implemented solutions – to representatives of the local communities. In some cases, students may want to combine community-service volunteer work with their sustainability projects.
Contact hours: 60. Recommended credit: 4 semester / 6.0 quarter hours.

Global Sustainability Workshops (Science and Engineering, Environmental Studies)

In these workshops, students will learn and experiment with new technologies and methods, such as the processes of water preservation and purification, renewable-energy generation, conservation biology, waste management, urban agriculture, community engagement, and more. The workshops will be offered in conjunction with the Local Sustainability Project course and give students technical knowledge and skills needed for project execution. They’ll be developed in collaboration with host institutions, faculty members, and innovators in each city. Students will have access to laboratories and equipment, as well as the local resources necessary for the individual workshops. The workshops will include topics and themes pertinent to the host location. Content will be adjusted based on a combination of local sustainability projects and student academic majors each semester.
Students will choose between two workshop courses. One is geared toward environmental science and engineering students; the other is designed more for environmental studies students. Non-science majors who have completed at least one science course with an integrated lab may take the Science and Engineering workshop. Similarly, science majors with an interest in environmental studies may take the non-science workshop course.
Contact hours: 60. Recommended credit: 4 semester / 6.0 quarter hours

CIEE Elective Courses

Global Sustainability and Environment students benefit from the CIEE Open Campus model, which features a range of innovative courses offered in six-week academic blocks. Language courses include 60 contact hours, and area studies courses include 45 contact hours. All courses are offered for a recommended 3 semester / 4.5 quarter hours.

Students choose elective courses from five Academic Tracks:
Business
Communications, Journalism, and New Media
Health Sciences
International Relations and Political Science
Language, Literature, and Culture

Sample elective courses include:
German Language (6 levels)
Holocaust Studies: Ruin and Revival of Jewish Life in Europe
Berlin: The Capital of the Twentieth Century
Entrepreneurialism in a European Context
Contemporary Controversies in International Relations
Intercultural Communication and Leadership
Community and Public Health
Contemporary Challenges in Global Health
Berlin’s Emerging Biotech Industry

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