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  • Locations: Orlando, United States
  • Program Terms: Spring
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Global Experiential Learning (GEL) Areas of study: Education, Educational Administration, Virtual Reality Design & Production
Academic area: Arts and Sciences Satisfies foreign language requirement: No
Credit bearing: Yes Minimum GPA: 2.75
Click here for a definition of this term Class standing: Graduate student, Junior, Senior Language of instruction: English
Housing options: Hotel
Program Description:
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Program description:  Students will experience an immersive study into STEM and computer science as seen through the eyes of Disney Imagineers and NASA engineers.  During our Imagineering training students will be immersed in the storytelling, technology and theme park design techniques used to create and produce Disney experiences. Our astronaut training will include exciting and immersive simulation technology, preparing for the next mission to Mars complete with experiences in real world Mars landing and zero gravity AR/VR training.

Program cost: $2,568. This includes ground transportation, most meals, accommodation, trainings and SU credit.

Accommodation/local travel: From June 14-June 17 we will be staying in the Disney Resort and traveling through Disney transportation to our workshops and parks. June 18-June 19 we will travel to Kennedy Space Center for our astronaut training and will use the parking lots and our vehicles to travel there.  Eating arrangements are based on the Disney meal plans and sleeping arrangements for participants are based on two people per room. 

*proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required


Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.