The Classic Fall program has been canceled per UNC System guidance. All university-related domestic and international travel remains restricted until further notice due to COVID-19 and all study abroad activity has been suspended for fall 2020. We know that you were looking forward to an exciting, challenging, and rewarding study abroad experience this coming fall. We share your disappointment for the need to suspend the Classic program this fall, but the decision was made with your health and safety in mind.
All Prague Fall 2020 courses, including the architecture courses and studios will be scheduled in the Spring 2021 program at NC State Prague.
Early Decision Deadline: December 8, 2019
Students who submit their application by the early decision deadline will be notified of the decision on or before December 20, 2019. Early decision applicants will either be accepted or the decision will be deferred until the regular application deadline of February 1.
Application Deadline: February 1, 2020
An advising appointment is a requirement for the Fall application process. The last day for advising is Friday, January 31.Apply Now
Program Dates: September 2 – December 19, 2020
|September 2||Arrival Day|
|September 3-4||Mandatory On-site Orientation|
|September 7-10||Mandatory Survival Czech Language, taught by Charles University|
|September 11-13||Excursion within the Czech Republic|
|September 14||Classes Start|
|December 15||Last Day of Classes|
|December 16-18||Final Exams & Check-Out Days|
|December 19||Departure Day|
Fall Program Highlights
Access to Local Czech University Resources
Through an introductory Czech language and culture immersion course, NC State students gain access to resources at Charles University such as libraries, dining halls, student organizations, and additional excursion options.
Students enroll in at least 12 credit hours from the course options below. Each course will be offered contingent upon meeting minimum enrollment.
|Course Prefix||Course Name||Instructor||Credits||GEP|
|ARC 590||Special Topics in Architecture – Drawing||Irena Bujárková||3||Elective|
|ARC 590||Sustainable Architecture and Urbanism||Henry Hanson||3||Elective|
|ENG 223||Contemporary World Literature I – Protest, Dissent, and Change||Blanka Maderová||3||Humanities, Global Knowledge|
|EDP 304||Educational Psychology||Ondřej Pešout||3||Social Science|
|FL 395||Czech Culture & Language||Lenka Davisonová||3||Elective|
|HI 209||From Renaissance to Revolution: The Origins of Modern Europe||Jakub Rákosník||3||Global Knowledge, Humanities|
|MB 351||General Microbiology||Markéta Marečková||3||Natural Sciences|
|NR/IDS 303||Humans and the Environment||Oldřich Výlupek||3||Interdisciplinary Perspective|
|PHI 221||Contemporary Moral Issues||Matěj Král||3||Humanities|
|PS 341||European Politics||Jiří Koubek||3||Social Science, Global Knowledge|
|PY 123||Stellar and Galactic Astronomy||Bruno Jungwiert||4||Natural Sciences|
|PY 125||Astronomy Laboratory||Bruno Jungwiert||Natural Sciences|
|SOC 202||Principles of Sociology||Ewa Grigar||3||Social Science, U.S. Diversity|
|Course Prefix||Studio Course Name||Instructor||Credits||GEP|
|ARC 490/503||Architecture International Studio/Advanced Architectural Design||Adam Gebrian, Igor Kovačević||6||Elective|