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In this program, students examine youth culture, advocacy, social change, and expression, across two generations in Nicaragua, and gain comparative perspectives on youth issues during an excursion to Cuba. Students are immersed in the politically charged discourse, poetry, and literature of these two fascinating countries.

Duration: 
Fall term
Winter/Spring Semester
Language: 
Spanish
Housing: 
Varies
Requirement: 

Three recent semesters of college-level Spanish and the ability to follow coursework in Spanish
2.5 minimum GPA and sophomore standing

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Academic Emphasis: 
Anthropology
Digital Comm Art
Economics
Environ. Econ. Policy
Ethnic Studies
History
New Media Comm.
Political Science
Sociology
Spanish
Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies
Country: 
Nicaragua