Passport Travel Study Abroad Programs
Where Will Your Education Take You?
Passport to Learning offers CSU, Chico students the opportunity to travel and learn in unique, short term, faculty-led study abroad programs offered during January and summer. Developed by dedicated faculty and designed to enhance your educational experience, these programs are exciting ways to experience the language, culture, and people of the host country while earning credit toward your degree.
Some Passport to Learning programs may be offered on a non-credit basis, and many are open to students from all majors and members of the community. Get ready to discover your Passport to Learning!
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2014 Study Abroad Courses
June 7 - July 14, 2014
Betty’s Hope, which is being considered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is located on the Caribbean island of Antigua. Betty’s Hope is a former British sugar plantation that operated from 1651 until its sale by the Codrington family in 1944; the plantation operated continuously for almost 300 years, pre- and post-emancipation, thus allowing for long-term historical continuity in one place.
The main focus of the field school is to provide hands-on training in archaeological field work:
- Analysis and Processing of Archaeologically Recovered Materials
May 20 - June 10, 2014
International Development in Africa (HCSV 499) provides practical experience in African social, health and development systems. The three week course will explore health and development issues in The Gambia in West Africa. Students will gain firsthand experiences that will help develop a better understanding of Gambian culture and social institutions.
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For more information please contact, Elaina McReynolds, Special Session and Extension Program Director, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Continuing Education office, 530-898-6105.