Jan. 31, 2012
See Paris for the first time or through the eyes of architects this summer as you join an Anne Arundel Community College travel-study course, “Paris by Design: Classic to Contemporary.”
The 10-day trip June 14-24 is open to anyone interested in touring Paris. Architects can earn 20 to 55 professional development credits and students can earn three college credits while enjoying an experience of a lifetime.
Tours include the Paris Opera House, Arc de Triomphe, Le Centre Pompidou, Villa Savoye, Le Panthéon, Palais du Louvre, Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris and Sainte-Chapelle, Eiffel Tower, Château de Vincennes, Versailles, Villa La Roche, Parc de la Villette, Montmartre and Sacré-Coeur. The trip also includes two open days for shopping and dining on your own.
The $3,400 fee includes nonstop round-trip airfare, ground transportation to and from the Paris airport, ideal downtown hotel accommodations (double occupancy), breakfasts, unlimited use Metro passes, all tour admissions and a museum pass with unlimited access to more than 60 museums and monuments. AACC tuition and course fees are excluded.
Register now for the travel-study class, choosing the noncredit (TRS 111) version or credit (ACH 261) version. TRS 111 is approved for 20 Sustainable Design Learning Units awarded through the American Institute of Architects / Continuing Education System (AIA/CES). The ACH 261 class awards three college credits that are transferable to other institutions and an additional 55 general learning units through AIA/CES. Those interested must register and pay the trip fee on or before March 2.
For information, contact Michael Ryan, AACC department chair of architecture and interior design, at 410-777-2437 or email@example.com or contact Robert Lowe, AACC assistant professor of architecture and interior design, at 410-777-7241 or firstname.lastname@example.org.