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  • Program Terms: Summer
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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 03/01/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
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Open to Non-MU Students: No Type of GO Program: Affiliated, Traditional
Program Description:
MOSAIC is an Affiliated Partner Program 
Maryville University offers short-term study abroad programs (referred to as MOSAIC). Courses are taught by various faculty from across the United States and some are even Millersville University professors. Millersville collaborates with Maryville regarding these specific programs as their program director is a dedicated MU Alum who wishes to make this opportunity available to MU students and staff! Program lengths range from ten days to five weeks during the summer session. Note: Academic credit is granted by Maryville University therefore transfer credit policy applies.

View additional details on Maryville's website

Costs

Cost Worksheet MOSAIC Oxford 2018
Cost Worksheet MOSAIC Florence 2018
Cost Worksheet MOSAIC Lugano 2018

Dates

Oxford - tentative
Departure Date: July 2, 2018 
Move out Date from Oxford Accommodations: July 24, 2018

Florence - tentative
Departure Date: May 16, 2018 
Move out Date from Florence Accommodations: June 16, 2017
Optional Switzerland Trip: June 19- June 29 
Optional Rome Trip: June 16 - June 19

Lugano - tentative
Departure Date: July 1, 2018
Move out Date from Lugano Accommodations: July 27, 2018

Academics

Students can earn 6 credits. There is an option to earn an addition 3 credits for an additional cost. 
Note: Course list is subject to change depending on enrollment. The final list of the courses being offered by Maryville University is not available until April, 2018.
 
Proposed Oxford Courses
Updated 02/12/18
Introduction to Drawing – taught by Mr. Brant Schuller of Millersville’s Art and Design department.
The Psychology of Mindfulness and Health: A British Perspective 
Introduction to Photography – taught by Ms. Shauna Frischkorn of Millersville’s Art and Design department.
Pubs, Princes and Pirates: English Histories from the Streets to the Seven Seas 
Politics of Race, Gender, Identity and Belonging in UK and US – taught by Dr. Tracey Weis of Millersville’s History department.
Museums and Galleries
Oxford-London Theatre Crawl 
Children and Adults in Relationships: British School of Attachment Theory 
Neighborhood Stressors Affecting Violence & Psychological Well-Being of Brits 
Inspirational Locations for famous Creative Writers – taught by Dr. Timothy Mayers of Millersville’s English department.
Locating Literary Oxford 
Creative Writing 
World Affairs 
Individual Study (Tutorial) with Oxford Don (professor)
Exploring the Culture of Oxford and England (independent study)
Click here for the current course options as they are updated periodically 


Proposed Florence Courses
Updated 02/12/18
European Childhoods: Literature, Parenting and Education
Digital Drawing
Introduction to Drawing
Museums and Galleries (primarily for non-Design and Visual Art majors)
Power, Politics and Gender in Renaissance Art through Florence’s Museums & Galleries  – taught by Dr. Christine Filippone of Millersville’s Art and Design department.
Science of Wine Making and Tasting
How to Win friends and Poison Your Enemies in Renaissance Florence 
History of Italians and their Food 
Business and Culture in Italy: A view from the Streets 
Florence and Fashion: Italian Street Style 
Exploring the Culture of Florence and Italy (independent study)
Click here for the current course options as they are updated periodically
 

Proposed Lugano Courses
Updated 02/19/18
Introduction to Photography
Conservation Psychology: Relationship between Nature and Humanity
The Art of Switzerland and Northern Italy- taught by Dr. Leslie Gates of Millersville's Art and Design department  
Curriculum Seminar in Art Education- graduate or undergraduate level- taught by Dr. Leslie Gates of Millersville's Art and Design department 
Environmental Explorations in Lugano
Uniquely Swiss: An Exploration into Swiss Culture
Culture of Wellness: a Health Profession’s View
Global Approaches in Social Welfare in Switzerland - taught by Dr. Jennifer Frank of Millersville's School of Social Work
Exploring the Culture of Switzerland (independent study)
Click here for the current course options as they are updated periodically