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  • Locations: Madrid, Spain
  • Program Terms: J-Term
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  • Restrictions: SNC applicants only
  • Program Cost:: J-Term
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
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Program Type: Experiential Language of Instruction: English
Direct/Exchange/SNC: Faculty-led
Program Description:
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Led by Honors Director, Dr. Marcie Paul, and Honors staff member, Stacey Wanta, HONR 3331/3332 examines coexistencia of cultures and peoples in early modern Spain. Students will visit locales where this relationship is still evident and an integral part of their history and current cultural landscape. 
  • Travel to Spain as part of a Global Seminar for honors students
  • Visit culturally and historically rich cities of Toledo, Cordoba, Granada, and Madrid 
  • Tour the majestic Alhambra in Granada, the world renowned Prado Museum in Madrid; and experience an insider's view of Spanish culture via public transportation, visits to local artisans, Spanish cuisine, and private tours 

Orientation IconThis Global Seminar is organized as a 2+2 model. You will enroll in a 2-credit course during the Fall term, which serves as preparation for your #SNCadventures in Spain. You are required to attend one mandatory oreintation facilitated by Study Abroad during the Fall term. Please see the Events page for dates, times, and locations.


Academics IconHONR 3331/2: The Coexistence in Early Modern Spain satisfies the Western Tradition core curriculum requirement at the advanced level and satisfies one honors course requirement. There is no language requirement for this Global Seminar.

Historical background information provided during pre-departure orientation sessions will lay the foundation for additional experiential learning once the students arrive in Spain. Students will regularly meet for group discussion and instruction, tours (both formal and informal), and participation in City As Text exploration assignments. 



Housing IconStudents will stay in hotels in Spain. Apart from opening and closing dinners, meals are the responsibility of students. 


Travel Doc IconA visa is official permission, granted by the authorities of the country where you wish to study or visit, which allows you to enter and remain in that country for a specific purpose and for a designated period of time. A student visa is not required for this Global Seminar.

Contact IconFor more information, please contact Stacey Wanta.  
 
Disclaimer: Program information is subject to change.


Program Ratings:
Overall Experience:
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Academic Experience:
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Cultural Experience:
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Housing:
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Overall Learning::
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This program is currently not accepting applications.