Cuzco, Peru: Indigenous Peoples and Globalization (SIT) - Click here for more info
Affiliated Program Type: Group
- Globalization Studies
- International Affairs
- IGS - Global Studies
- IGS - International Affairs
- Latin American Studies
- Peace and Justice Studies
- Public Policy
- Religious Studies
- Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Language of Instruction:
Language Study: Spanish
Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; Four recent semesters of college-level Spanish or equivalent and the ability to follow coursework in Spanish.
Full-time Course Load: 17 credits
Program Dates: Early September through mid-December or early February through mid-May.
Mandatory Coursework: Spanish for Social Sciences (3 credits), Quechua (1 credit), History of Indigenous Cultures (3 credits), Indigenous Peoples in Motion: Resistance and Globalization (3 credits), Research and Methods (3 credits), and Independent Study Project (4 credits).
Gettysburg Pre-requisites: Spanish majors/minors or students intending to major or minor in Spanish must have completed Spanish 301; All students must meet with the program representative in the Spanish Department, Professor Alvaro Kaempfer, prior to applying.
Living Arrangements: Home Stays