Location: Paris, France

Time of Year: Summer semester only- Approx. dates: 5/16-5/27: 2 weeks pre-departure instruction, 5/31-6/30: 4 weeks in France (includes travel days), 7/1: Back in Michigan, 7/5-7/22: Complete coursework

Academic Year: Junior, Senior, or Graduate standing

Application Method: Paper application available below.

Application Deadline: January 29, 2016

Areas of Study: Architecture, Graphic Design, Literature, Photography

Courses Offered:
LLT3616 - Literature & Art* -Prof. Paul Jaussen (Satisfies LLT/SSC/PSY Jr/Sr elective for all majors.) - 
ART - Photography* -Prof. Steve Coy-
ART- Indie Publishing* - Prof. Lillian Crum-
ARC- Integrated Design 5 studio and lab - Prof. Margaret Wong, & Ralph Nelson, 

*Could be modified to satisfy a graduate elective.

Program Description: This program is led by LTU faculty. It is intended to provide the opportunity to explore the architectural and urban fabric and literature of the internationally renowned city, and to expose students to the rich history and culture of the Paris environment. Design process explorations, on site studies, guided walking tours, lectures and discussions are part of the Study Abroad Program. Students will also experience diverse European travel possibilities during the month-long stay in Paris.

Eligibility: Junior, Senior, or Graduate status. A minimum GPA of 3.0 or reference letter from a previous professor. Must have a current passport (If you do not have one, apply for one ASAP).

Accommodations: Residence Hall

Approximate Program Costs: $4,000 plus LTU Tuition costs

Included in Costs: Accommodations, airfare, transportation, entrance fees

Download the Paris 2016 Application and Course Descriptions



Schedule a meeting with a study abroad advisor

Office Hours: 8:00am- 4:30pm

A. Alfred Taubman Student Services Center, c404

Davey McConnell  -  -  (248) 204-4113