The Academic Program
The CS-L program at Lawrence is dedicated to helping students improve both their English proficiency and their understanding of contemporary global issues. Students may choose courses in a variety of disciplines that deal with the issues that affect all of us in the global community: anthropology, gender studies, education, ethnic studies, environmental public policy, and international studies. CS-L students will meet and interact with Lawrence students who also have special interests in these areas. In the Fall Term, CS-L students begin their exploration of global studies with the course, International Perspectives on American Culture, which is also attended by regular Lawrence students.
For 2018-2019 Academic Year course options, please see the current 2018-2019 draft from the Waseda CS-L Program home page.