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Applications for Summer 2024 are due March 1st!

Interested in learning more? Join us for an upcoming information session! *Attendance at one of these session fulfills the "Meeting with an EA Advisor" application requirement.*

  • Thursday, February 15th, 1-2pm (Zoom) *with CEA CAPA representatives!*
  • Monday, February 19th, 2-3pm (Zoom)
  • Tuesday, February 27th, 10-11am (Zoom)

The Clark School of Engineering is proud to partner with CEA CAPA to offer this exciting study abroad opportunity! CEA has been offering programs globally for over 20 years. When studying abroad in Prague, you will walk to class past UNESCO World Heritage sites. Immerse into student life in one of central Europe’s most beautiful cities. Prague’s hidden courtyards, winding streets, traditional pubs, and eye-catching architecture are uniquely juxtaposed with the city’s very modern business and academic opportunities. With a growing economy, vibrant arts and music scenes, an influential intellectual community, and architectural styles ranging from Gothic to Baroque to Art Nouveau, Prague is an ideal setting in which to explore Czech culture. Study abroad in Prague, the city that greats like Mozart, Kundera, Rilke, and Einstein called home… and discover the magic of Prague for yourself.

The Clark in Prague program affords you the opportunity to take courses in this amazing city while completing core degree requirements. With a reputation as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, you’ll study engineering and math amidst the backdrop of centuries-old bridges, cathedrals, and church spires. Prague is also home to a rich modern culture filled with public art and whimsical architecture, and an inspiring intellectual community. Opportunities will abound to apply concepts learned in class to real-life examples in this historic city.

Courses will be provided at the CEA Prague Center. The CEA Prague Center is located in the historic Old Town district and within walking distance to Prague landmarks. 

CEA Course UMD Course Equivalent
Discrete Mathematics       CMSC250
Calculus III MATH241
Differential Equations MATH246
Engineering Statistics STAT400; ENCE302; ENME392  
Linear Algebra MATH240

A complete list of course offerings are available on CEA's website. *Courses must meet minimum enrollment in order to run- that minimum is decided by each CEA Center. 

CEA Course  UMD Course Equivalent
 Architecture and Art in the Golden City (3 credits)  ARTH369
 Sport & Culture in Contemporary Czech Republic (3 credits)        KNES L2
 Cross Cultural Management (3 credits)  BMGT466 / Substitution for ENES472 for GEL Minor Students /GenEd: DVCC
 International Business (3 credits)  BMGT392
 Democracy in the Czech Republic (3 credits)  GVPT L2, GenEd: DSHS & DVUP
 Czech Culture, Food & Brewing Tradition (3 credits)  TBD
 Basic Operations Management (3 credits)  BMGT L2
Business Finance (3 credits) TBD

*Courses must meet minimum enrollment in order to run- that minimum is decided by each CEA Center.