“Health and Healthcare in the Developing World” is a 2-credit international seminar designed to give pre-health students a view into public perception of disability and disease in developing countries, and how people are cared for through their healthcare systems and local NGOs.
British Theatre International Seminar
Through this 4-credit international seminar, you can see the world's best plays and musicals and learn how these productions are made, from page to stage. Students spend one week in London followed by a week in Edinburgh.
Engage China: English Language Institute/China
Teach conversational English in Mainland China, Vietnam and Mongolia through the English Language Institute/China. Gordon College’s relationship with the ELIC enables the College to work in close partnership with the organization through the student application and placement process.
Gordon’s signature global internships provide you with a variety of highly selective opportunities to stretch your mind, deepen your faith, and elevate your contribution around the world while gaining competitive job experience and valuable career connections.
This 4-credit 4-week seminar takes students through the critical site and moments of Greece's history. Tracks in classical and modern Greek history offer students a variety of ways of focusing in their research. Join an intensive, exciting exploration of ancient and modern Greek culture, art, life and worship in Greece and Turkey.
Hong Kong Summer Finance Seminar
In collaboration with Hang Seng Management College (HSMC), Gordon offers finance students a unique opportunity to complete a competitive internship and take classes for six weeks in the bustling international city of Hong Kong.
This 4-6 credit seminar offers a unique summer experience in the history and geography of the Bible. At Jerusalem University College, students experience an intensive three-week, 4-credit course that introduces the geography, history and archeology of Israel. Through the optional 2-credit offering at University of the Holy Land, students may participate in an additional two-week program that focuses on the land of Jordan.
This 4-credit seminar introduces students to the needs of a poor, developing country and the diverse array of emerging models for addressing those needs. The three-week course explores the complex social issues and emerging solutions found in the nascent field of social enterprise and development (non-profit, government and business).