The Boston Semester™ program at Eastern Nazarene College brings students together from around the nation to take advantage of the rich cultural heritage of America's College Town. Students will experience the wealth of historical, literary, political, and social resources in the Boston area, while living in a distinctly Christian community on the Eastern Nazarene College campus in Quincy, MA. An affordable program, the Boston Semester™ provides an unforgettable hands-on learning experience that entails sailing, hiking, and walking, as well as studying in archives, museums and traditional classroom settings.
The Boston Semester™ program is now enrolling for May 2014 and Fall Semester 2014 - space is limited. Applications received by the deadlines will receive priority consideration.
The May-term is a four week program (May 6—May 30) that offers a single three-credit class on Boston History taught by Dr. Ben Cater, Director of the Boston Semester™. Class will meet Monday through Friday on the Eastern Nazarene campus and feature a wide range of extracurricular activities such as kayaking, camping, hiking, touring museums and historical sites. A convenient program, the May-term supplements regular semester studies at a primary institution. The application deadline for the May-term is February 1, 2014.
The Fall Semester is a four month program that will immerse students in Boston's rich cultural heritage through classroom instruction and regular excursions into the city, while experiencing the diverse Christian community found on the Eastern Nazarene College campus. Courses include Boston's intellectual and material history, U.S. history (from a New England perspective), and New England literature. Courses will count as four credits each. The application deadline for this semester program is March 1, 2014.
To apply for the Boston Semester™, please complete the following steps.
Please submit all materials in a single sealed envelope to:
Boston Semester, Office of Admissions
Eastern Nazarene College
23 East Elm Avenue, Quincy, MA, 02170
ENC also offers internship opportunities at national parks, museums, and archives in Boston and the historic South Shore of Massachusetts. For more information, visit the FAQ page, and to contact the Office of Admissions, please visit the Admissions website.
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