Tompkins Cortland Community College

Catalog 2017-18

Spain: Art and History in Modern Spain

Experience the vibrant culture of Madrid and Barcelona

Casa Batllo

Our travel experience will focus on world-class museums and urban historical development of the two cities.

Travel Dates: January 3-13, 2018. Ten days of travel with eight full days in Spain with focus on Madrid and Barcelona.

Cost: Approximately $2,200

Program Cost Includes

  • Bus transportation from Tompkins Cortland to New York-area airport and round-trip airfare from New York to Barcelona

    Train from Madrid to Barcelona

    Museum entry fees

    One meal per day

  • Lodging in furnished apartments

  • Mandatory health and emergency insurance

Not included in the travel fee: additional meals and souvenirs and some in-country transportation are the responsibility of the student. Budget an additional $400 at minimum for food, incidental expenses and some transportation.

Funding Your Study Abroad Program

Students may be eligible for scholarships through the Tompkins Cortland Foundation, SUNY, Benjamin A. Gilman, and other sources. Contact Instructors or the Study Abroad Coordinator (Global Office, room 230) for more information about scholarship opportunities.

Study Abroad in Spain, Gran ViaExperience Spain in a Whole New Way

  • Explore Barcelona’s imaginative architecture
  • Walk Spain’s capital, Madrid, and visit major museums and historical sites
  • Sample traditional Spanish cuisine
  • Shop the famous Las Ramblas district of Barcelona
  • Actively participate in modern Spanish culture

Course Offered

ART 102, 3 credits
History and Appreciation of Art II (SUNY General Education #8)

HSTY 262, 3 credits
Topics in Modern Spain (SUNY General Education #5)

Register in Spring | Fall semester courses | Travel in January

Study abroad in Spain: The Cathedral in Seville

For More Information, Contact the Trip Leaders

Randi Millman-Brown, M.A., Adjunct Instructor of Art
Randi Millman-Brown has a B.A. in Art Studio & Photography and an M.A. in Art History. She has been teaching Art History and the History of Photography courses at Tompkins Cortland for the past 10 years. She is an art and architectural historian, photographer and travel writer. Contact Randi by email.

David Flaten, Ph.D., Professor of History and Political Science
Dave is interested in the dynamic history of modern Spain, working to integrate student understanding of the human, and natural environments we experience. Contact David by calling 607.844.8222, Ext. 4229 or by email.

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