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Courses
This program is open only to Purdue University Fort Wayne graduate and senior advanced undergraduate students and Bishop Dwenger students enrolled in BIO 140 through PFW Dual Credit.

Marine Biology is a unique course at Purdue Fort Wayne and is offered for College Credit to graduate and senior advanced undergraduate students. The course not only covers basic Marine Biology, but also touches on oceanography, conservation and ecology.



March 1-10, 2019
See, taste, and explore authentic Italian foods and become enchanted by the food culture of Italy.  


May 18, 2019 to June 2, 2019
The "land of fire and ice" is a place of many wonders, including the rare opportunity to see the spectacular aurora borealis - or northern lights. Take an exhilarating evening northern lights cruise. Travel to the "Golden Circle," home to many of Iceland's most renowned natural wonders.


October 18-24, 2019, Off Campus Travel
New England's miles of sandy beaches, majestic coasts, and rolling surf invite relaxation. The Islands of New England tour spends eight days exploring New England's charms, from the cobblestone streets of Nantucket to a dry harvest cranberry bog.


June 14-22, 2019, Off Campus Travel
This course will take students to some of the amazing and beautiful National Parks in the Western United States. Students will be provided ample opportunity to take photos and explore these spectacular sights.

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Are you preparing for a trip to France, the world's top tourist destination, or another of the 56 countries in the French-speaking world? Seize this opportunity to develop your skills in language and culture. This class will familiarize you with spoken French and tourism-related information. Practical conversation skills for airports, hotels, restaurants, and landmarks will be introduced. You will also learn important historical and cultural details, which will be tailored based on your intended travel destinations.


February 6, 2019 to March 6, 2019, Engineering, Technology & Computer Science Bldg. Rm 146
Thinking of traveling to a German speaking country in the near future? This course will concentrate on essential vocabulary and skills needed for travel in those countries. The course is taught using a variety of methods to enhance learning and understanding.

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Prerequisite: German for Travelers or basic knowledge of German is recommended. This course will focus on expanding essential vocabulary and phrases used for traveling in German speaking countries.

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This introduction to the Italian language and culture is great for travelers interested in learning practical communication skills and grammar.

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Prerequisite: Italian Language and Culture for Travelers: Beginning I. This course will focus on the use of language by introducing new topics of grammar and by encouraging students to learn vocabulary and build sentences. In addition, cultural components will be discussed while practicing conversation and reading skills.


March 6, 2019 to May 8, 2019, Liberal Arts Bldg Rm 210
Planning a trip to a Spanish speaking location? This class will familiarize you with vocabulary you will need while traveling. Practical conversation skills including directions, maps, greetings, culture (what not to do), numbers, money and more will be covered.

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