Courses and Workshops
COURSE SELECTION PROCESS
College, High School, Families & Adult Participants should read the following Course & Workshop descriptions and choose ONE in which they would like to enroll. Participants may also elect to enroll in Piano or Instrumental Lessons in addition to ONE course or ONE workshop. Please call the CSA Office (1-800-443-8687) for individual requests & inquiries.
EARNING ACADEMIC CREDIT
For course listings offering academic credit (not listed as "NFC" = Not For Credit), a letter grade of "C" or higher is required to transfer college credit.
As different courses in various fields are added periodically, please call 1-800-443-8687 or check back often for additional & updated information!
|_. UG |= Undergraduate|
|_. G |= Graduate|
|_. A |= Audit|
|_. Cred. |= Credit|
|_. Sem. |= Semester|
|_. Hrs. |= Hours|
|_. NFC |= Not For (Academic) Credit|
CSA Reserves the right to cancel any Course or Workshop offering if enrollment falls below three students. In such a situation, the enrolled student(s) will be offered the opportunity of enrolling in another Course or Workshop or may choose to cancel their program participation and receive a refund.
WORKSHOPS AND COURSE OFFERINGS IN 2010
- German Language Workshop
- Mozart and His World Workshop
- Hitler and Germany in the World Wars
- Contemporary Jazz Workshop
- European Euphoria Workshop
- Germany History Workshop
- Cross-Country Cycling Workshop
- Piano Performance
- Fine Arts Photography Workshop
- European Art and Architecture Workshop
- Introduction to the Humanities: Salzburg’s Baroque Treasures
- Contemporary Embroidery Workshop
- The Alpine Family Living Workshop
- World Wide Workout
WORKSHOPS AND COURSES FROM PREVIOUS YEARS:
The CSA Program seeks to avoid extremes. On one hand, participants are not herded-around and watched at every turn. But on the other hand, students are not simply brought to Salzburg and left entirely to their own devices. Our group each year is very diverse: undergraduate and graduate college students, adult participants, professors, teachers, and high school students. The supervision provided is always appropriate to the character of the group as a whole. CSA maintains an office abroad, with scheduled hours during the academic session, providing individualized and personal attention for all participants. Supervisory personnel also accompany the day trips and weekend excursions sponsored by CSA. The staff members and counselors are professors, teachers and administrators with many years of experience in foreign study programs. The participants are expected to possess sufficient maturity, discretion and good judgment so as to require minimum restrictions. It is understood that CSA can assume no responsibility for the safety and well-being of the participants. Willingness to cooperate within the parameters set by CSA in public & private settings is signified by the signed application/reservation form. Lists with names and contact information of former participants are available upon request.
PROCEDURES AND REGULATIONS:
A complete list of CSA’s 2010 Procedures & Regulations is sent to each participant once accepted into the program. Violation could mean expulsion from the program in which monies may be lost. Willingness to comply with the rules is necessary for one's acceptance as a participant.
The CSA School Building in Grödig-bei-Salzburg