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New York City

Immigration & Innovation in New York City

The social history and cultural significance of America can be told in New York City, where immigrants and innovators have developed the city into a unique and thriving metropolis of 8 million people. Exploring the rich history of the American “melting pot” at the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Tenement Museum and in neighbourhoods like Chinatown and Little Italy, students will relate New York City’s historical evolution with its evolving contemporary development. Analyzing past achievements alongside current cultural transformations in neighbourhoods such as Chelsea, DUMBO, Brooklyn and Battery Park, students will gain unique insights into the impact cultural development has on the societal fabric of New York City.

Itinerary

Oct. 25
Travel to NYC by deluxe highway motor coach (bus)
Oct. 26
City Bus Tour, 9/11 Memorial & Museum, West Chelsea High Line, Brooklyn Bridge
Oct. 27
American Indian Museum, Tenement Museum, Staten Island, Social Innovation
Oct. 28
Harlem, Little Italy, Chinatown, Central Park, Guggenheim Museum, Times Square
Oct. 29
Fifth Avenue, Fashion Institute of Technology, Chelsea Galleries
Oct. 30
Soho, Greenwich Village, return to Toronto via deluxe highway motor coach (bus)

This hybrid course requires work to be completed online, in-person and in the field prior to departure, during the travel portion and upon return to Seneca.

Estimated total price

$1450 CAD

Includes:

  • Round-trip travel to NYC by deluxe bus
  • 5 nights accommodations
  • 5 breakfasts and dinners
  • 1 tour director and 2 Seneca professors 24/hrs per day
  • All gratuities
  • HST

Does not include:

  • Tuition and/or extra course fees paid to Seneca College
  • Mandatory trip cancellation & travel health insurance
  • Travel visa (if applicable)
  • Daily lunches