American College of Thessaloniki – Semester/Year
Thessaloniki, founded in 315 BC, is the second largest city in Greece, located about 300 miles north of Athens in the ancient province of Macedonia. Nearby, Mount Olympus, Mount Athos, and the coastal resorts of the Halkidiki Peninsula offer many sightseeing and recreational opportunities. With its rich history and strategic geopolitical location, Greece offers a contemporary lifestyle as well as the presence of the rich heritage of both the east and west.
The American College of Thessaloniki offers programs of study in the arts and sciences, and in business administration. All coursework is taught in English, and no prior study or knowledge of Greek language is required. All semester students take a course in Greek language and choose one Greek Studies course from one of the following subject areas: Anthropology, History, Political Science, History of Art or Philosophy. Students who demonstrate Greek language fluency are not required to take Greek. In addition, students take two courses chosen from all courses offered including such disciplines as: Accounting, Economics, English, European Studies, Finance, History, Humanities, Management, Marketing, and Philosophy. Students earn 12 undergraduate credits on the program.