Study Abroad Opportunities in 2017

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It’s not too early for students to start thinking about study abroad in 2017. Start planning now for funding options, applicability of a particular course to your academic program, and other considerations for a trip abroad.

Classes planned for 2017:

International Development in East Africa: Uganda & Rwanda (Maymester)

This summer course in Uganda is designed for practitioners, public administrators, and policy analysts who are interested in addressing policy related to international development, public management, and public health practices. Two information sessions for this trip are tentatively planned for November 29 and December 8; times and location TBD. Please email Scott Steibrecher for additional information regarding time and location.

Gender-based Violence: The Case of Spain (Summer)

This hybrid course provides criminal justice students a unique opportunity to spend ten days immersed in Barcelona, Spain, where they will listen to and engage in discussions from lectures, guest speakers, and go on fascinating excursions focused on gender-based violence.

China: Sustainability Along the Yangtze River — Globalization, Environment and Society

If you are interested in sustainability, this non-SPA class may be for you. Please check with your advisor before enrolling to make sure the class will be approved for credit. There will be an information session on Weds., Nov. 30, from 5-6:30 p.m. in North Classroom, room 3015.

Visit the Global Education: Study Abroad website for a full list of all CU Denver study abroad courses.

~Post by Scott Steinbrecher



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