Wednesday, November 16, 2011

El Salvador short-term study abroad class (Spring II + travel experience)

Bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Guatemala and Honduras, El Salvador is the smallest and most densely populated country in Central America. If a picture is worth a thousand words, an international immersion is priceless. Students of all academic backgrounds can embrace this opportunity to learn about the beautiful country and people of El Salvador, and their fascinating yet tragic history that includes a bloody civil war of the 1980s in which 50,000 people lost their lives. Following decades of perseverance, Salvadorans continue to rebuild their country and their lives.

What is the immersion?
The El Salvador Immersion is a hybrid course that takes you to the place you’ll be learning about, and is designed by Webster faculty from various disciplines to engage you in many perspectives Take this course and earn (3) credits towards your degree. For School of Communications students, this is a Category II General Education course. Coursework includes online work, and travel experience in El Salvador.

Why should I go?
Get out of the classroom, and go abroad! This immersion experience with IPM will last a lifetime. Contact the Office of Study Abroad for information and to apply.
POLT 2550/ISTL 2450
instructor: Kim McGrath
(3) Credits, Spring II
with El Salvador summer immersion 314-246-7603

More information:


Post a Comment

<< Home