The King’s College launches Semester in the City Program
NEW YORK—The King’s College is excited to unveil its latest endeavor, Semester in the City. Semester in the City provides an opportunity for college and university students to study “abroad” for one semester at The King’s College, located in the world’s capital—New York City.
Each semester, the college chooses a particular subject to emphasize. In fall 2008, students will focus on Journalism. For spring 2009, the focus will be business.
Participants will take Introduction to Biblical Journalism, taught by provost and editor-in-chief of WORLD magazine, Dr. Marvin Olasky, and other renowned journalists. They will take NYC 101, an introduction to the city, taught by one of the premier urbanologists in the U.S., Dr. Anne Hendershott. They will also study Logic with famed author/philosopher, Dr. Peter Kreeft, and Economics with Dr. Alex Tokarev, a former communist who grew up in Bulgaria. Finally, students will choose an elective course in communication or culture or pursue one of the many internships available in the city.
While part of the program, students will live in King’s housing, located in the heart of Manhattan. This prime location puts students blocks away from the world’s most powerful news organizations and some of the country’s leading journalists. They’ll experience life, media, and culture in such a way that will change their outlook forever.
If you would like more information about Semester in the City, please call (212) 659-7297 or email us at SemesterintheCity@TKC.edu.
The King’s College is a Christian liberal arts college located in the Empire State Building in New York City.
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