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Understanding Cuba: IS 2039, 2 cr (IP), Winter Break 2019

"Understanding Cuba" is a two-week study-abroad course on Cuban history and politics with an emphasis on the interaction of humans and their environment. All course materials are taught in English; no prior experience in Spanish language is expected. For UMM students, the program serves as an elective for majors and minors in political science (comparative politics), history, and environmental studies. In this program, you will examine Cuba's contemporary political system and beliefs, its social, economic, and political history, and the ways that Cubans and their environment have shaped each other.

Program Leader Contact info:

Sheri Breen (Political Science, Environmental Studies)
Ben Narváez (History, Latin America Area Studies)

All programs require a $50 application fee. This fee will be charged to your student account upon submission of an online application.

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