Location: England and Scotland
Semester: Spring 2017
Course Information: 3 credits – General Elective
Lead Faculty: Dr. Tim McKnight, Assistant Professor of Christian Studies and Dr. Candace Weddle, Assistant Professor of Art History
Course Title: IS 398 – Reformation and Revival: A Journey through the Reformation and Revival in Great Britain.
Course Description: This course examines the history of the English and Scottish Reformations and the Great Revival that occurred during the 18th century to Great Britain. Students will learn about the key figures in the Reformation and Great Revival as well as visit sites in England and Scotland that pertain to events and individuals related to the Reformation and Revival. Finally, students will observe the decline that has occurred in England and Scotland since the era of the Reformation and Great Revival and determine any parallels between that decline and the decline of Christianity in the United States since the First and Second Great Awakenings.
Travel Dates: Spring Break 2017
Housing/Accommodations: Local hotels and hostels
General Travel Itinerary: Trip to sites in and around London and Scotland related to the Reformation and Great Revival.
Eligibility Requirements: Students must be eligible juniors or seniors (at least a 2.5 gpa) and who have not attended a previous AU Abroad program.
Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded to reduce the cost for travel, which is an additional fee from tuition and fees and charged as part of student's registration for program. To be eligible for the AU Abroad scholarship of up to $1,000.00, students must either be a junior or senior. Scholarship amount depends upon GPA, class standing and financial need. (Due to the nature of their academic program, sophomore nursing students can apply for an AU Abroad grant for Spring 17.)