Study Abroad in Tanzania
Tentative Travel Dates: December 13-27, 2014
Believed by archeologists to be the cradle of mankind, today's Tanzania is a modern, progressive state. Influenced by English, Indian, and Arabic culture, and home to more than 120 tribes, Tanzania is a melting pot of cultures. Participants in this course will explore the developing economic conditions in Tanzania. They will also have the opportunity to participate in service learning, taking care of children or the elderly in a educational setting.
Optional excursions participants can take during their free time include visiting the Massai at their homes, going on safari, are seeing Mount Kilimanjaro.
How to Apply
1. Complete CPCC's and submit it to the Global Learning Office in Overcash 303.
Program Fees Include:
What isn't included:
INT 180 (3 credits)
Students must sign up for INT 180. It is being offered as a short course, second term in Fall 2014. Please contact Nadine Russell for registration information.
Instructor: Nadine Russell
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