Expanding Your Horizons
Wagner College offers a program that broadens opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to be able to enhance their educational experience. We have created short-term programs that provide opportunities for experiential learning through 10-12 day international and domestic faculty-led excursions. Upon return from these trips, each course continues throughout the semester. Courses count as one unit towards graduation requirements.
Whether you are interested in becoming a global citizen, performing voluntary work, or immersing in a new culture, these courses have the potential of truly expanding your horizons beyond the traditional classroom lectures. We hope you will take advantage of these off-campus learning opportunities.
For additional questions, please contact:
Dr. Rita Reynolds, EYH Faculty Chair
History Department, Parker Hall 202
One Campus Road
Staten Island, New York 10301
Spring 2024 EYH Programs
Time: T/R 11:20-12:50
Location: Main Hall
This team-taught Intermediate Learning Community brings together the study of art and politics in the context of what has come to be known as Spain. Using a combination of readings, images, and travel to the region, this course offers a special opportunity to learn about the cultural production of Spain. Specifically, the course offers an analysis of two key historical periods: Andalucia (Muslim Spain, 711-1492 ) and the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Using a host of images, including film, the course focuses on the material culture of Andalucia (Muslim Spain) and the rise of various political ideologies (beliefs) during the Spanish Civil War.
Join us over spring break as we travel to Madrid, Cordoba, Sevilla, and Granada!
Time: M 9:40–11:10 AM
Location: Campus Hall
For more info email professors Lori Weintrob and Thomas Juneau.
Check out the EYH trip to Bangladesh:
EYH Trip to BangladeshWatch Video: Expanding Your Horizons - BangladeshProf. Mohammad Alauddin took five Wagner students to Bangladesh for his class "Environmental Pollution and Health." In this video, students Krey Keller and Nicolette Faison talk about their experiences. Photos: Habibul Haque Audio & Production: Anna Mulé | Wagner College