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Participation in programs listed with a (G) designation below will automatically fulfill the Global Diversity general education requirement.  Students participating in a program that does not have a (G) designation below can use the regular petition process to have a particular course taken in their program to fulfill the Global Diversity requirement.  Students who wish to have their off-campus programs work applied toward general education requirements in a particular way should petition the Faculty Subcommittee on Administration with support from the relevant academic department before participation in the program.

Buenos Aires Argentina (G)

Argentina -

Tags: Latin American Studies Spanish Global Studies

Description:
ISA Buenos Aires offers a broad curriculum that includes a focus on Argentine and Latin American studies. Students may select from courses designed specifically for foreign students and, in the case of students with advanced fluency in Spanish, from the regular course offerings at the University of Belgrano. In this latter case, classes are taught by Argentine faculty and classmates are regular Argentine university students. The Latin American Studies option, however, is intended for students with intermediate and advanced Spanish who have an interest in the political, social, economic, and cultural aspects of Argentina.

Satisfies Requirement(s):
Diversity-Global GER (01cr)

Prerequisites:
Previous language study required.

For more information:
http://www.studiesabroad.com/programs/country/argentina/city/buenos_aires


Important Details

Duration and Application Information:
Offering Duration: Summer, Year, Semester
Offering Note: Summer program dates usually do not conflict with Lawrence term dates. Please confirm that dates work with the Lawrence calendar before applying to the summer session. Students should contact the Spanish department about how credit from the summer program might be applied toward a major/minor.

Direct admission is available for this program.

Language(s) of Coursework:
Note: This program scales foreign language intensity to match individual abilities
Primary: Spanish
Secondary: English

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