Burch Field Research Seminars
Burch Field Research Seminars combine faculty scholarship and undergraduate teaching to produce unique hands-on learning experiences in changing locations stateside and around the globe.
All Burch Field Research Seminars are open to UNC undergraduates (with sophomore status or greater) and a 3.0 GPA.
Spring 2016–Apply now!
Burch Seminar in Washington, DC:
Domestic and International Affairs Internship Program
September 17, 2015
Professor Dan Gitterman, Department of Public Policy
Seminar on Domestic and International Affairs (6 credits)
Internship (6 credits)
View more information from UNC Study Abroad and access the application here.
Click here to view more details and the program brochure.
Fall 2015–In progress
Burch Seminar in London and Florence
February 19, 2015
Professor Donald Oehler and Professor John Nadas, Department of Music
September 8 – December 12, 2015
What is a Work of Art? Listening to Music from the Past
Music and Drama: Verdi’s Operas and Italian Romanticism
History of Music: Mozart to Stravinsky through Chamber Music
Individual Instrumental Instruction
Previous Burch Field Research Seminars
Read about past programs in Germany, Rwanda, the Balkans, and more here.