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  • Locations: Salzburg, Austria; Vienna, Austria
  • Program Terms Summer 2
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  • Budget Sheets: Summer 2
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Group Summer Program Language: English
GPA req.: 2.5 Housing: Host Family, Off campus residence hall
Program Description:

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Dates: TBD (Summer 2019)
Where: Salzburg, Austria. Possible additional excursions include Vienna, Hallstatt, Mauthausen, Mondsee, and Berchtesgaden.
Tentative Program Fee: TBD
Print Brochure: TBD

Application Deadline: TBD


TBD. In previous years:

HIS 1307: World History Since 1500, 3 hours
  • History of major world civilizations and the growth of the modern global community as well as the spread of ideologies and cultures.

HIS 3308/REL 3348: Hitler and the Holocaust, 3 hours
  • The rise of Adolf Hitler and the policies of war and extermination he pursued before and during World War II, as well as suffering, complicity, and responses of Jews and Christians within and after the Holocaust.

MUS 3301: Music Theory V, 3 hours
  • Harmonic and structural analysis of larger forms, including variations, rondo, sonata, and contrapuntal forms.

MUS 4181: Recital Attendance (special topics), 1 hour. May substitute for MUS 1001.
  • This course provides students with opportunities to develop and broaden listening skills as musicians. Attendance at 8 musical events is required, and grading is on a Pass/Fail basis.

MUS 11K1, 12K1: Undergraduate Piano, 1 or 2 hours
  • Individual applied lesson course for music majors or non-majors.

Independent study courses may also be arranged if approved through individual departments.

A "Survival German" session will be offered for all students at the opening of the program.
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Baylor in Austria provides students with the opportunity to earn university credit in music and history while becoming immersed in the culture and community of beautiful Salzburg, Austria. Intensive classroom instruction (in English with Baylor professors) will take place at Salzburg College, centrally located in the city’s Old Town. Salzburg College’s commitment to providing quintessentially Austrian experiences for American students makes it a perfect fit for our program.

Austria is a truly magical place, and our journey will allow us to enjoy and absorb the scenery, history, art, music, and cuisine of the region. Much learning will take place outside of the classroom, with numerous planned tours (including Vienna, Hallstatt, Mauthausen, Mondsee, and Berchtesgaden) as well as free time for further travel built into the schedule. Magnificent mountains, palaces, cathedrals, museums, and concerts are not just experienced on our various excursions–they are integral to everyday life as a student in Salzburg.

Also vital to the Baylor in Austria program is daily interaction with Austrians. Whether chatting with Salzburg College’s directors, dining at a local eatery, or engaging in a street performance, there will be ample opportunities for such interactions. Also, housing options are selected that facilitate this, as students may request to live with a host family or with Austrian students at a local dormitory.

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Dr. Terry Lynn Hudson
School of Music, Roxy Grove Hall 205
One Bear Place #97408
Waco, TX 76798-7408
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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2 2018 03/01/2018
03/15/2018 TBA TBA

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This program is currently not accepting applications.