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Anthropology in Hawaii

Term: January 2015
Description: SO 200 (Intro to Cultural Anthropology) is offered on site on the beautiful Island of Oahu (Hawaii). The study program meets the global perspectives requirement (or sociology credits).The course is taught and administered by Dr. Raja S. Tanas, Professor and Chair of the Sociology Department.




Anthropology in Hawaii

Term: January 2016
Description: SO 200 (Intro to Cultural Anthropology) is offered on site on the beautiful Island of Oahu (Hawaii). The study program meets the global perspectives requirement (or sociology credits).The course is taught and administered by Dr. Raja S. Tanas, Professor and Chair of the Sociology Department.




Central America Study and Service Program

Term:
Description: Study Spanish in Guatemala for four weeks before beginning a life-changing journey to Nicaragua. The program includes family home stays, internships and encounters with both breathtaking scenery and wrenching poverty.
CASP takes place during January and Spring 2016. This program requires participation in a Summer or Fall term program at the Costa Rica Center or other Spanish-speaking country prior to departure.




Prejudice Across America

Term:
Description: Study the history of Prejudice Across America. Fulfills the American Diversity requirement.




Please visit the Off-Campus Studies page for a complete listing of off-campus programs that are available to Whitworth students.

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