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*Gateway - PLU | Oaxaca, Mexico: Development, Culture, Natural Sciences and Social Change in Mexico
Oaxaca, Mexico (Outgoing Program)
|Homepage:||Click to visit|
|Housing Option:||Homestay||Minimum GPA:||3.0|
|Program Type:||Gateway||Language of Instruction:||Spanish|
Glossary entry for program parameter 10005Language Prerequisite:
|4 semesters, 5 preferred||Class Eligibility:||2.Sophomore, 3.Junior, 4.Senior|
|Academic Area:||Anthropology, Arts, Biology, Culture, Dance, Environmental Studies, Global Studies, Hispanic Studies, History, Internships, Latin American Studies, Liberal Arts, Multi-disciplinary, Natural Sciences, Sociology, Spanish||Language Courses Offered:||Yes|
Glossary entry for program parameter 10009Credit Type:
|Department Credit, Elective, General Education, General Education (AR), General Education (C), General Education (LT), General Education (PE), General Education (SO), International Honors (IHON), Major, Minor||Program Advisor:||Brynn Smith|
|Eligible to Non-PLU Students:||Yes||Program Director:||Dr. Tamara R. Williams|
Glossary entry for program parameter 10016Site Director:
|Dr. Adela Ramos||
Glossary entry for program parameter 10018PLU Global Scholar Award eligible?:
Spanish language immersion
Social Justice focus with Natural Sciences option
Study Tours to Mexico City, Puebla and local areas
Designed for advanced Spanish language students with an interest in Latin American Studies, this unique semester program explores the intersection of development, culture, environment, and social change through the lens of the dynamic and evolving context of contemporary Mexico. Located in the southwestern Mexican state of Oaxaca – declared “Humanity’s Cultural Patrimony” by the United Nations – the program explores and affirms the rich diversity of contemporary Mexican society and culture. It engages the issues that challenge the country’s continued growth and establishes a foundation to understand the history of U.S./Mexico relations and the Mexican experience in the United States. Ultimately, the program strives to build knowledge and understanding of one of the United State’s closest yet least understood neighbors.
The PLU comprehensive fee for a semester covers this academic experience (instruction and academic credit, housing and meal stipend, study tours, study abroad insurance, visa fees and $750 flight credit). To find the current comprehensive fee for one semester, divide the total full-year cost listed on the Admissions website by two. Please note that the comprehensive fee varies each year, and the cost of this program will be based on the year in which you study away. Financial aid applies.
Out-pocket expenses include: roundtrip air travel balance after the $750 flight credit, books, personal excursions, and other miscellaneous expenses
PLU Global Scholar Award
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