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  • JMU in Argentina

    Buenos Aires, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina
    This 9-credit academic program is open to students of all majors. It is also open to non-JMU students. Program participants will hone their knowledge of Spanish in a two-week intensive language instruction course while they solidify those skills in everyday life throughout the program. Students will take either SPAN 300, SPAN 320, or SPAN 400 during these first two weeks. During the last 4... Read More
  • International Considerations of Web Design & Development

    Buenos Aires, Puerto Iguazú, Argentina
    Looking for some southern exposure for your study abroad experience? As a student in this study abroad in South America, you will participate in business and cultural experiences in Buenos Aires, Argentina - one of South America's largest cities. By immersing yourself in the culture of this dynamic city, you will develop a sense of being an involved global citizen, learn about Latin American... Read More
  • Place-based Education and Critical Inquiry in Costa Rica

    Orotina, San Jose, Santa Teresa, Costa Rica
    Students will further develop understandings of place-based education and cross-cultural interactions at the community, school, and family levels. Learning experiences on this trip include engaging with teachers and children in a public school, living with host families, and participating in various excursions. Outside of school, students will live with host families, providing rich, mutually... Read More
  • CISE Energy and Environmental Projects

    Punta Leona, Costa Rica
    Project-based course examining energy conservation, monitoring, and applications and providing team-oriented project experience. Addresses energy issues associated with economic and social development. Project participation, tours and interactions with resort employees, managers and owners to identify, apply, and provide recommendations to energy-related problems. Students will work on various... Read More
  • Nursing and Health Care in Costa Rica: An Interprofessional Perspective

    San Jose, Costa Rica
    In this nursing and healthcare professions course, students from various majors will explore the health needs and the health and human services delivery system in Costa Rica, as well as the history, culture, and beauty of this Central American Country. Students will examine issues that impact health in the U.S.A. and Costa Rica and the roles of health care professionals in the delivery of... Read More
  • A Cross-Cultural Experience of Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Costa Rica

    Cuidad Quesada , Costa Rica
    Join us for an unforgettable experience in Costa Rica where you will immerse yourself in a beautiful and safe foreign country in order to practice applying knowledge and skills of teaching English as a foreign language to Spanish-speaking students in a bilingual English-Spanish school. This private school is located in Cuidad Quesada where you will spend three weeks teaching students English.... Read More
  • JMU Global Supply Chain in Panama and Colombia

    Harrisonburg, VA, Panama City, Panama, Cartagena , Panama, Colombia
    JMU in Panama and Colombia is a 3-phase program that offers 6-credit hours in Supply Chain Management (MGT 461) and International Logistics (MKTG 462). The program is open to all college of business majors who have completed COB 300 and all students that are accepted to the Global Supply Chain Management minor. Read More
  • Intercultural Studies and Tourism in Peru

    Lima, Cuzco, Sacred Valley, Puerto Maldonado, Peru
    Through a hospitality lens, get to know Peru in its energetic capital of Lima, and trace Spain’s influence to modern times. With your blood pumping, you’ll ascend into the clouds to Cuzco, the historic capital of the Inca Empire and a gateway to pure adventure. See the impossibly perfect Incan masonry at Sacsayhuamán, staggering Incan agricultural laboratories—and who... Read More
  • Universidad Nacional del Litoral (UNL)

    Santa Fe, Argentina
    Universidad Nacional del Litoral (UNL) was founded in 1919 as a response to the national reform movement that took over Argentina’s universities the previous year and, as such, still holds similar values as part of its academic tradition. These values have help the university cement itself as one of the most important institutions in the country and gain popularity with both the... Read More

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