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*WCU Spring Break in Poland: Crime & Justice in Poland
Krakow, Poland; Warsaw, Poland (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Spring Break
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Language of Instruction: English Minimum GPA: 2.5
Housing Options: Hotel/Hostel Max Credits Offered: 3
Area of Study: Criminal Justice Program Type: WCU Faculty/Staff-Led Program Abroad
Credit Type: Direct WCU Credit Available to Non-WCU Students?: No
Faculty/Staff Director: Chris Przemienicki College: Business & Public Management
Program Description:
Program Description:
This course offers students the opportunity to learn about the Polish criminal justice systems and how it differs from the United States. A broad range of topics will be covered and will include the role and duties of law enforcement, courts, and corrections. The students will meet with criminal justice practitioners in Warsaw and Krakow.
Krakow and Warsaw, Poland
All participants will stay in shared hotels/hostels throughout the duration of the program.
The language of instruction for this program is English. No prior foreign language experience is required for participation.
CRJ 455/555 Crime and Justice in Poland: A Slavic Perspective (3 credits)
National Police Academy
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Court house
In addition to the regular WCU tuition/fees for the 3 credit hour course, all participants will pay a program fee of $1,200 which includes all lodging accommodations (shared occupancy), breakfast every day and some group meals, excursions and entrance fees, transportation to and from the airport (both in the USA and in Poland) and in-country transportation. Also, all participants will be billed the non-refundable $100 study abroad application fee upon applying to the program and will be required to purchase WCU's mandatory international insurance prior to departure (estimated around $25).

Additional costs not included in the program fee above include the round-trip airline ticket (estimated $1,000), additional meals not included in the program fee (estimated around $200), and personal spending money.
Dr. Christopher J. Przemieniecki (Dr. P.)

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This program is currently not accepting applications.