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  • Locations: Krakow, Poland; Warsaw, Poland
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
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Program Type: Faculty-led Housing Options: Hostel / Hotel
Academic Area: Criminal Justice Language Prerequisite: None
Eligible Majors: Criminal Justice, Fire Science, Forensic Science, Legal Studies Class Eligibility: 6. All
Language of Instruction: English
Program Description:
Criminal Justice (Poland)
Warsaw, Krakow (Poland)
Professor David Schroeder

Program Includes:
  • Tuition
  • Airfare to and from JFK
  • Accommodation
  • Transportation
  • Most meals
  • Program Activities
  • Medical Insurance
Program Overview
The program is designed to familiarize students with the Polish criminal justice system, including police, courts, and corrections. In conjunction with the exposure to the Polish Criminal Justice System, there will come an exposure to the misuse of social power and the elements that led to the Holocaust. To this end, the students will visit several museums and concentration camps and learn more about the oppression of Jews, Roma, Polish dissidents and many others during WWII.

For questions regarding courses and activities, contact Professor Schroeder at dschroeder@newhaven.edu. For questions regarding the application process, contact Elena Quarti at equarti@newhaven.edu.


Program Dates: June 2018 (dates will be announced at a later date)

Program Fee: $5,700

 
Courses Offered
Criminal Justice Study Abroad (CJST 4536)

This course is designed to familiarize students with the criminal justice system in a subject country during a study abroad program to a selected country (e.g., China, Poland, Russia, and Israel). The course will be taught by a UNH instructor, which will include interactions and presentations by various guest experts from different agencies or educational institutions in the subject country, and include site visits to various criminal justice facilities and other places. The course will cover such topics as policing, law, juvenile justice, and corrections. The course is repeatable if in a different subject country.

Independent Study (CJST 4599)
The students will conduct a research on one of the topics offered by the professor based on the sight visits, as well as readings and lectures. At the end of the trip the students will write a paper about their findings.


Poland

 

Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.