Monday, December 3, 2007

Aerospace Engineering in Germany! UPDATE

This May, UAH aerospace engineering students will once again have the opportunity to study in Germany. From May 10-25, 2008, students will be able to tour facilities of the German Aerospace Agency and the European Space Agency and visit other sites associated with the history of aerospace engineering. The course will be based in Cologne, Germany, the fourth-largest city in Germany and located on the beautiful Rhine river. The class will also visit Berlin along with several other German cities.

Dr. Brian Landrum will be the faculty member in charge of the group.

UPDATE: The maximum enrollment for the course is 10. If you want to participate, please bring a $200 deposit to the office of Dr. David Johnson (Morton 253). Deposits can be paid by check (made out to UAH) or by credit card.

The remaining payment of $1900 will be due Friday, March 14, 2008. This payment includes all lodging in Germany, all ground transportation in Germany, excursions, museum entrance fees, and meals (including a welcome and farewell dinner).

Students who participated in the class last year raved about their experiences. Please consider joining the group this May. For more information, please contact the Global Studies Program at or 256-824-6288.