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CISabroad January Wine Studies: France and Spain
Paris, France (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: January Term,
Wintermester
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Program Sponsor: Center for International Studies 
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Areas of Study:
Business, Culinary Arts, Culture, Economics, Gastronomy
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Program:
Affiliated
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Language of Instruction:
English
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Housing Options:
Dormitory, Hotel/Hostel
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Class Eligibility:
2. Sophomore, 3. Junior, 4. Senior
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Credit Type:
Pass/Fail
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Program Type:
Study
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Minimum GPA:
2.5
Program Description:
Program Description:
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Program Information:

Gastronomic tourism is becoming a real player in the tourism market as food and wine attract greater numbers of travelers each year. On our January Wine Studies seminar, you’ll have the opportunity to examine the individuality and expression of France and Spain, bringing together their rich culinary heritage. You’ll taste French and Spanish wines and speak directly with winemakers, master chefs, and tourism agencies, and you’ll attend special lectures on winemaking and food pairing by master chefs and sommeliers. Along the way, you’ll visit famous cultural sites that have greatly influenced tourism, gastronomy, and the economies of these great countries.

Just a few highlights include:
  • Chance to speak directly with winemakers, master chefs, and tourism agencies
  • Experienced program instructor with fifteen years in the international wine industry
  • Six wine regions, each with a unique novelty
  • Variety of courses, including wine studies, cultural studies, and hospitality management
Academics:
Courses may vary from year-to-year, but here are those commonly on offer:

Coursework – Choose one of the following 3-credit courses:
Business 302: Wine Marketing and Analysis
Business 306: The Global Wine Industry
Economics 303: Regional Wine Trade and Economics
Geography 303: Regional Wine Trade and Economics
Hospitality Management 307: Wine and Food Pairing
Wine Studies 302: Wine Marketing and Analysis
Wine Studies 303: Regional Wine Trade and Economics
Wine Studies 306: The Global Wine Industry
Wine Studies 307: Wine and Food Pairing

 

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