*Online course component runs one week
before and after travel
Encounter the past and present. Walk a Roman road. Enjoy the taste of a culinary crossroads. Experience traditional folklore and culture. Travel to Bulgaria with three Anthropology professors and learn about culture and history in a modern context
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Fulfills GE area D2
Food & Culture
Take one course or take two! If you take ANT 102, you can add ANT 495 OR ANT 341; pay the enrollment fee for the 2nd class, but you will not have extra travel costs.
Spend two weeks in Bulgaria led by senior California State University, Dominguez Hills faculty at the "Stone and Compass" facility, a global education, ecotourism, and cultural retreat center in Stolat, Bulgaria. Students may take 1 to 2 courses for a letter grade or for Credit/No Credit. Courses include: Ancient Civilizations, Folklore, and Food and Culture. Students must have a 2.0 GPA or higher.
Laying in the heart of Bulgaria, Stone and Compass is a 1500+ acres retreat founded in 2014 and has housed tourists from around the world. Many tourists come to Stone and Compass to learn about the rich heritage Bulgaria has to offer.
*Estimate includes: fees, food, lodging, ground transportation, insurance. View the full expenses list ►
Scholarships are available.
1000 E. Victoria Street, Carson, CA 90747 (310) 243-3696