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Faculty-Led Maymester/Course Imbedded Programs 2018


INT 379 Sustainability & Social Value: Systems Approach to Complex Problem​ Solving

(3 credits)

Professor Ter​ence McGoldrick (EPS)

​  ​Please contact Professor M​cGoldrick for further information, 

Program Dates: May 20-June 3, 2018
Program Cost: $3,000-$3,200 ​
Application Deadline: February​ 19, 2018                CBSI Ghana Application 2018.docx


GST 371 Social Infrastructures in South Africa (4 credits)

Professor Nick Longo (PSP) & Magali Garcia-Pletsch (Feinstein Institute Staff)

This program focuses on the study and practice of community engagement in Cape Town.  Students will participate in a course alongside UCT students, studying social infrastructures and community engagement.  Students will get a chance to think about the complexity of the social dynamics of development, and build their competencies to engage citizens in meaningful ways as professionals. 

Program Dates: TBD
Program Cost: TBD 
Application Deadline: TBD


HIS 481 Spain: History, Belief, Violence, and Coexistence of the Three Great Monotheistic Religions (3 credits)

Professor Karen Holland (HIS) & Fr. David Orique (HIS)​

This program explores the unique interaction in Spain among the three great monotheistic religions - Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, especially in central and in southern Iberia.   Both the land of Cervantes' Don Quixote and the terrain of Reconquista offer the opportunity to examine the rich cultural intersection of religious dialogue, literary creativity, philosophical inquiry, artistic innovation and architectural inspiration as well as linguistic and ethnic mixing that resulted from the long and conflicted interface of these three faiths. 

Program Dates: May 21-June 6, 2018
Program Cost: Estimate $5,000
Application Deadline: November 28, 2017

Application: Maymester HIS 481 - Application.pdf

Course-embedded International Programs – Spring Semester

  • MBA 698 Global Management – Scotland  (Drs. Francine Newth & Jackie Elcik)
  • THL 375 Global Service in Solidarity – Guatemala (Prof. Dana Dillon and Bob Pfunder)
  • GST 379 Foreign Aid  - Nicaragua (Prof. Dana Ginestet)
  • GST 371 Global Border Crossing: Tijuana, Mexico (Prof. Kara Cebulko)​

Course-embedded International Programs – Fall Semester​

  1. ​GST 379 Global Service Learning: Sustaining English Teaching Practices in Tucuman, Argentina (Prof. Nuria Alonso-Garcia)