COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING IN THE HISPANIC WORLD: CULTURE, PEOPLE AND HISTORY IN CONTEXT
Learn about the Hispanic world through classroom study and community service learning in a Spanish-speaking country. The course contemplates, culture, history and contemporary social issues. Community Service Learning activities, destination and length of the stay abroad will vary.
Prerequisite(s): Be at least in second year of a Spanish module at the time of applying and have permission of Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. See Department for information on application procedure.
Pre-or Corequisite(s):Spanish 2200; Spanish 2215F/G or Spanish 2216F/G or Spanish 2800F/G.
Extra Information:Part of the course in a classroom setting; community service learning abroad.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: SPANISH
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