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  • Locations: London, United Kingdom; Washington, D.C., United States;
  • Program Terms: Spring Semester
Fact Sheet:
Type of Program:
Faculty-led
Language of Instruction:
English
Minimum GPA:
2.5 or by Professor Permission Faculty-Led Program Status: Available
College: College of Arts & Science Credits: 2 credits
Class Standing: Freshman, Junior, Senior, Sophomore
Program Description:
UK MAT 5

Program Description

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING 2019. SEE HOW TO APPLY TAB FOR MORE INFORMATION.

This program will begin with eight on-campus classroom meetings during spring 2019, during which students will be introduced to British and World War II history, the art and science of cryptography, and the famed Enigma and Turing bombe cryptographic machines used during World War II. The travel portion of the program will be May 15-26, 2019. The first three nights of the travel portion will be in Washington, DC, during which students will visit the U.S. National Cryptologic Museum in Fort Meade, MD, and the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. At the U.S. National Cryptologic Museum students will be led on a guided tour by the curator, attend a presentation by the curator on the cryptanalysis of the Enigma machine, and attend a presentation by an employee of the National Security Agency on careers in U.S. national defense. The next seven nights of the travel portion will be in London, England, during which students will visit Bletchley Park, the headquarters for Allied codebreaking during World War II, where codebreakers cryptanalyzed the Enigma machine and numerous other ciphers used by the Axis powers. At Bletchley Park students will be led on a guided tour and attend four workshops on cryptography designed for higher education students. While in London students will also visit a variety of other sites related to World War II, including the Churchill War Rooms, HMS Belfast, and Imperial War Museum, and several other places of historical value in the city and nearby. The next and final night of the travel portion will be back in Washington, DC, after travel from London.

Courses

MAT 1531 – Secret Codes of World War II – 2 credits

 

Program Cost

All students are strongly urged to attend a Faculty-led Study Abroad Financial Workshop prior to submitting the signed application to OiED. These workshops are held throughout the semester. We will answer your questions about program payment schedule, cancellation policy, financial aid and other funding sources, financial planning, and other related topics. ALL IN-PERSON WORKSHOPS WILL BE HELD IN THE PLEMMONS STUDENT UNION. Online and evening workshops are available on (TBD). For workshop dates and to register for a workshop, please click here.

Billable Program Cost: $2,376.41
Includes: airfare, in-country program transportation, lodging, international health and evacuation insurance, program events, breakfasts, and CCS Administrative Fee.

Estimated Additional Student Cost: $650.00
Estimated costs include but are not limited to: immunizations, personal expenses, and all lunches and dinners.  

*Non-US citizens may need to apply for a visa before entering the United Kingdom. 
** Tuition and fees for Fall and Spring semester programs are included in your normal semester charges.  Exact tuition charges are determined by a student’s status by semester and credits to date for their major.  Please go to this link to determine what tuition and fees you will be charged based on your individual status.

Payment Schedule
  Amount Deadline
Deposit $300.00 Submit with application
1st Payment $692.14 01/18/19
2nd Payment $692.14 02/15/19
Final Payment $692.14 03/15/19

Appalachian reserves the right to cancel or alter the program format or to change costs in case of conditions beyond the university's control.  Further details about Appalachian's withdrawal policy can be found at this link.

Financial Aid

If you plan to use any form of financial aid (loans, grants, scholarships) to participate in a short-term, faculty-led education abroad program, we strongly recommend that you take the following steps before applying to the program:
  1. Complete your FAFSA for the academic year in which the program is offered. Please be mindful of Financial Aid deadlines!
  2. Visit the Office of Financial Aid's website at http://financialaid.appstate.edu/study-abroad. Read all the information carefully and print the Study Abroad Agreement Form for the appropriate term that you are requesting an increase in financial aid due to studying abroad.
  3. Go to the Office of Financial Aid on the second floor of the JET Building to discuss your financial aid eligibility with Kim Overcash and Laura Sullivan or another financial aid counselor PRIOR to applying to the program.

Dates

Program Itinerary

The international component of this course will run from 05/15/19 to 05/26/19.

Pre-Program Meetings

Eight (8) mandatory pre-travel class meetings. Dates and times TBD.

Post-Program Meetings

One (1) mandatory post-travel class meeting. Date and time TBD.

Program Leader

Dr. Rick Klima
Department of Mathematical Sciences
klimare@appstate.edu

Ms. Lisa Maggiore
Department of Mathematical Sciences
lm72407@appstate.edu


 

How to Apply

  1. CONTACT THE FACULTY DIRECTOR(S) TO DISCUSS THE PROGRAM
  2. SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION
    • Log in to AppalNET/Banner Self-Service.
    • Select the "Direct Link to Web Self-Service" using your AppState username and password.
    • Select the Student Tab.
    • Scroll down and click on the "Faculty-Led Study Abroad Application Packet*" link.
    • Select the program-specific application form from the programs drop-down menu.
    • Fill out, save, and submit the online application.
  3. PRINT, SIGN, AND DATE THE PAPER APPLICATION FORM
  4. PAY THE NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT
    • Walk to the Office of Student Accounts, located on the 2nd floor of the John E. Thomas building.
    • Give the name and term of your program to the Cashier who will look up the deposit charge on your account (e.g., Poland COM Summer 1).
    • Pay the non-refundable deposit by check, cash, credit card, or money order.
  5. BRING YOUR SIGNED PAPER APPLICATION TO OIED
    • Walk to the Office of International Education and Development (OIED), located on the 3rd floor of Plemmons Student
         Union, Suite 321.
    • OIED will make your enrollment official upon reception of your signed paper application and verification of deposit payment.
All students are strongly urged to attend a Faculty-led Study Abroad Financial Workshop prior to submitting the signed application to OIED. These workshops are held throughout the semester. We will answer your questions about program payment schedule, cancellation policy, financial aid and other funding sources, financial planning, and other related topics. ALL WORKSHOPS WILL BE HELD IN THE PLEMMONS STUDENT UNION. Evening workshops are also available. For workshop dates and to register for a workshop, please click here.  

IMPORTANT NOTE:
You will NOT be enrolled in the program until you have completed all 5 steps above.

You are strongly encouraged to share the information contained in the Faculty-Led Education Abroad Program Online Student Application Form with your family and loved ones (including the Student Handbook), before submitting your application.

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION:

Programs are open until full. If a program is full, the Faculty-led Education Abroad Program Online Student Application Form for that program will be deactivated and you will no longer be able to apply. The application deadline is January 18, 2019 at the latest.

Appalachian reserves the right to cancel or alter the program format or to change costs in case of conditions beyond the university's control.



Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.