The Spring Classic Program is a semester long in which students take at least 12 NC State credits. An immersive survival language course, cultural excursions, an in-country and out-of-country excursions are included.
A six-week long summer program where students select two or more courses. Courses are taught by European instructors and utilize a combination of classroom instruction and field trips that enhance the content by using the city of Prague as an alternative classroom.
Engineering in the 21st Century
A six-week long program where students enroll in E 102, taught by an NC State faculty member, plus one additional course from the Classic Program options. Students will visit the Engineering Academy of the Czech Republic and the Skoda auto factory, as part of E 102.
Public History in Prague (Canceled - Summer 2019)
A four-week long faculty-led program for upper level undergraduates and graduate students interested in public history. Students earn 6 history credits taught by professors from NC State and UNC Wilmington, with special lectures from a Charles University professor.
Master of Accounting
A four-week long faculty-led program where Masters of Accounting students earn 3 credit hours towards their degree. An excursion to Berlin is included, where students will visit offices of major businesses to better understand the professional and business environment in Europe.
A twelve-week long program where students earn at least 12 credit hours. Courses are taught by European instructors and utilize a combination of classroom instruction and field trips that enhance the content by using the city of Prague as an alternative classroom.