BARC101 The Brain - Closed
June 21 through July 11, 2014
Enrollment is limited to 14 students.
(1 course credit = 4 semester hours)
This course will introduce students to the brain and its functions. Our approach will be to examine the human brain from a lifespan perspective (infancy/childhood, adolescence, adulthood and aging) focusing on critical changes, behaviors and risks representative of each stage in the life of the brain.
The Brain will be taught by Trinity College associate professor of Biology and Neuroscience, Dr. Hebe Guardiola-Diaz. Dr. Guardiola-Diaz is currently the director of the neuroscience program at Trinity where she conducts research at the intersection between chemistry and neurobiology. Professor Guardiola-Diaz is a native of Puerto Rico and is excited to be teaching this course in the beautiful city of Barcelona in 2014.
2014 Comprehensive Fee: $3450
The fee includes:
Tuition for one Trinity College credit
Materials and excursions for the course
Breakfast and Dinner with your Homestay Family
HTH International health insurance
The fee does not include travel to and from the program.
Admissions: Any college or university student in good standing is eligible. Applicants must submit an official transcript of their undergraduate record. Admissions are on a rolling basis. The number of places is 14. Application deadline: April 1, 2014.
Payment schedule. A $50 processing fee is required for non-Trinity students with the application. A $1000 nonrefundable deposit is required upon acceptance of admission to the program. The balance of the comprehensive fee is due by the 2014 departure date.
For further information, contact the Summer Program Advisor at the Office of Study Away, (860) 297-2005