Jan Term Study Abroad Information
Jan Term in India
Each year, Linfield College offers 10-12 faculty-led off campus courses to locations all over world and destinations within the U.S.
January Term 2018 Off-Campus Courses
AAVC/MDLA 398 Re-Imaging Art and Culture in Puerto Rico and Cuba
CHEM/HHPA 398 Culinary Science: Food, Beer and Wine in New Zealand
ECON 398 Economics of Association Football (Soccer) in the U.K.
HHPA/NURS 398 Health Care in Kenya
MATH/MLCH 298 Capital Ideas: Mathematics and Culture in Dynastic China and Japan
MLFR 298 Discovering Martinique's Creoleness
NURS 398 Healthcare in Vietnam
PHIL 398 Moral and Civic Literacy and the Cultivation of Sustainable Happiness in Bhutan
POLS 298 Migration, Identities and Politics in the European Union: France and Spain
PSYC 298 Risk and Resilience in Pacific Islander Youth
- Applicants must be in good academic and social standing, with a minimum GPA of 2.75 at the time of application.
- Applicants must have completed at least one semester at Linfield.
- Approximately 12 qualified students are chosen for each site through a competitive selection process: the application, a personal interview with the faculty and other selection criteria deemed appropriate for particular courses.
- Each is a 4-credit course, planned and led by Linfield faculty.
- Jan Term off-campus courses bear the same rigorous standards and expectations as all other Linfield courses.
- Each syllabus will outline course requirements, expectations, prerequisites and will specify which particular graduation requirements (such as Linfield Curriculum designation, major or minor credits) will be satisfied.
- The courses are thematic and interdisciplinary in nature and are available to McMinnville and Portland students, regardless of their discipline or major, provided they meet the minimum requirements.
- Each course is subject to revision if there are compelling factors not within Linfield’s control.
- Courses listed are always subject to approval via the college’s budget process.
While Linfield pays for the round trip airfare of the tuition-paying student’s first experience abroad, participants are responsible for:
- A program fee* that covers most on-site logistical expenses and mandatory insurance.
- The prevailing College January Term per-credit fee
- Passport, visa and luggage fees
- Any required vaccinations
- Other costs not specifically covered in the program fee-participants will be informed of what additional funds will be needed.
*Costs NOT included in the January Term Program Fee.
**Students: Before you begin the application process, we recommend that you share course information and the associated costs with your parents. See the link above for costs not included in the program fee.
Student Resources for Jan Term
Faculty Resources for Jan Term