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DIS Copenhagen - Summer Courses
Copenhagen, Denmark (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Summer
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Restrictions: Luther applicants only
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Lang. of Instruction: English Minimum GPA: 3.0
Class Standing: 3-Junior, 4-Senior Housing: Apartments, Residence Hall
Program Type: Off-Campus Study Areas of Study: Accounting, Anthropology, Architecture, Art, Art History, Biology, Business, Communications, Economics, Education, Environmental Studies, History, Humanities, International Business, Journalism, Law, Literature, Political Science, Pre-Health, Sociology, Studio Art
Program Description:
Program Description:
DIS Copenhagen - Summer 2019
Our summer calendar makes it easy to mix and match sessions between Copenhagen and Stockholm and stay for the amount of time that is right for you. Choose from three-, four-, or seven-week sessions, or combine sessions to stay up to 10 weeks. You can earn up to 12 credits over your summer. Below are the DIS Copenhagen Courses. Please reference our 'DIS Stockholm - Summer Courses' brochure for a complete list of Stockholm courses!

Highlights of Spending Your Summer with DIS
  • Flexibility! DIS courses run in several sessions of varying length, with different start and end dates. You choose which courses and sessions are best suited to your academic goals
  • Earn credits. DIS offers courses across a wide array of disciplines. You can earn between 3 and 12 credits, and choose to enhance your major or try something new
  • Copenhagen and Stockholm as your home, Europe as your classroom. Most sessions include course-integrated study tours to relevant locations in Europe that further your perspectives on course topics
  • Stimulating, cutting-edge courses. Taught with a focus on interaction and real-life experience, all courses feature field studies in Copenhagen and Stockholm to bring classroom discussions to life
  • No hidden costs. DIS provides you with housing, study tours, and field studies, as well as your other needs such as course reading materials and textbooks, an Arrival Workshop, and 24-hour emergency support

Session 1 - Copenhagen
3 Weeks | 3 Credits | May 20 - June 8 
Active Citizenship in Denmark
Children with Special Needs
Corporate Social Responsibility: Business or Ethics? 
Development and Programming of Serious Games
Enemy Within: Spies, Espionage, and the Cold War 
Environmental Philosophy 
Health Delivery and Prioritization 
Human Health and Disease: A Clinical Approach 
Human Trafficking in a Global Context 
Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Europe + Practicum (running Sessions 1 and 2, 6 credits total)
Meaning of Style 
New Media and Changing Communities 
Nordic Mythology
Positive Psychology 
Psychology of Criminal Behavior 
Psychology of Human Sexuality 
Social Brain: Neuropsychology of Social Behaviors 
Sports Medicine: Performance and Fatigue 
Storytelling Through Photography 
Strategies for Urban Livability 
Sustainable Denmark: Solutions and Dilemmas

Session 2 - Copenhagen (Session 2 courses include a five-day course-integrated study tour to a relevant European destination, and take you on field studies in Copenhagen.) 
3 Weeks | 3 Credits | June 11 - July 2
Children in a Multicultural Context
Study Tour: London 
Climate Change and Glacier Modeling
Study Tour: Arctic Norway or Iceland
Cross-Cultural Communication
Study Tour: Belfast-Dublin
Cross-Cultural Psychology
Study Tour: Berlin
European Clinical Psychology
Study Tour: Vienna 
Food and Identity
Study Tour: Barcelona 
Health Delivery and Prioritization
Study Tour: Netherlands
Human Health and Disease: A Clinical Approach
Study Tour: Berlin or Vienna 
Humanitarian Law and Armed Conflict
Study Tour: Bosnia
Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Europe + Practicum (running Sessions 1 and 2, 6 credits total)
Study Tour: Helsinki-Stockholm
International Strategy and Leadership: Case Studies
Study Tour: Saint Petersburg-Stockholm
Medical Biotechnology and Drug Development
Study Tour: Edinburgh 
Neuroscience of Fear
Study Tour: Munich
Nordic Culinary Culture
Study Tour: Faroe Islands
Positive Psychology
Study Tour: Edinburgh 
Prostitution and the Sex Trade
Study Tour: Amsterdam 
Renewable Energy Systems
Study Tour: Germany 
Roskilde Festival: Community, Culture, and Creativity
Study Tour: Roskilde Music Festival (Note: Course runs to July 7 due to festival dates) 
Sex Education and Sexual Reform in Europe
Study Tour: Berlin
Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism from a European Perspective
Study Tour: London-Oslo 
Visual Culture of Cities
Study Tour: Berlin

Session 3 - Copenhagen (Session 3 courses span four weeks, include a five-day course-integrated study tour to a relevant European destination, and take you on field studies in Copenhagen.) 
4 Weeks | 4 Credits | July 4 - August 2
Arctic Ecology
Study Tour: Disko Island, Greenland
Bicycle Urbanism
Study Tour: Netherlands 
Child Development: Theory and Practice
Study Tour: Finland 
Communication and Conflict: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Study Tour: Belfast-Dublin
European Genocides
Study Tour: Poland 
Propaganda: Fakes and Facts
Study Tour: Brussels
Tasting Culture: Nordic and Mediterranean Food, Tradition, and Nutrition*
Study Tours: Islands of Naxos, Greece, and Samsø, Denmark (two weekend tours)
*NEW Partnership with CYA co-taught by two faculty – half on location with DIS in Copenhagen, and half with CYA in Athens. See website for details!
The Good Life: Philosophy of Happiness
Study Tour: French Riviera

Session 4 - Copenhagen: Architecture & Design (Session 4: Architecture & Design is a signature summer offering that exposes you to Scandinavian design culture through lectures, hands-on assignments, field studies to sites in Copenhagen, and week-long faculty-led study tours.)
7 Weeks | 7 or 9 Credits | June 11 - August 2 

You will enroll in a 6-credit studio course with a 1-credit Visual Journal corequisite that runs simultaneously. For Furniture Design Studio, the corequisite is a 3-credit lecture course. DIS has a cross-disciplinary studio approach. You will study and work on project-based assignments alongside students from all disciplines and levels of design and architecture. 

Architecture Design Studio + Visual Journal 
Study Tour: Finland-Sweden or Norway-Sweden
Architecture Foundations Studio + Visual Journal 
Study Tour: Finland-Sweden or Norway-Sweden
Graphic Design Studio + Visual Journal
Study Tour: Finland-Sweden
Graphic Design Foundations Studio + Visual Journal
Study Tour: Finland-Sweden
Interior Architecture Studio + Visual Journal
Study Tour: Finland-Sweden or Norway-Sweden
Urban Design Studio + Visual Journal 
Study Tour: Finland-Sweden or Norway-Sweden
Furniture Design Studio + Furniture Design in Scandinavia (9 credits)
Study Tour: Finland-Sweden

DIS HOUSING OPTIONS
Living in DIS-arranged housing lets you have the independence to focus on your academics while living in safe and convenient locations within the Greater Stockholm and/or Copenhagen areas.

Live with Local Students:
Live as local students do in university housing. Universities in Stockholm and Copenhagen do not have housing on their campuses. Instead, co-ed residential buildings accommodate university students across these cities. In Stockholm, these residences are called Studentboende and in Copenhagen, Kollegium.

Live with DIS Students:
Live with fellow students from North American universities and take part in building relationships in a Residential Community. Build a community with other DIS students and challenge yourself to engage locally, as you will have to be proactive to meet locals and get a feel for their culture. Residential Communities can be structured differently, housing a varying number of students. The Communities are co-ed residences.

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