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Botswana Summer Study Program: Academic Features

The program is open to students of all majors; as well as both under-graduate and graduate students. Urban and environmental course-work will be offered at introductory and advanced undergraduate levels, as well as graduate levels. This course-work will focus on urban processes and environmental health and hazards. The coursework will expose students to many major challenges that currently face the region of southern Africa today. Students will choose one course to take as the academic course component linked to their study abroad in Botswana.

More specifically, the courses offered that will be connected to the students' trip to Botswana are:
Comparing Urban Issues:

Or Comparing Health and Health Hazards:

*Non –geography majors and students who do not have a background in urban geography or health disparities are encouraged to enroll in either Geography 280W or 280Y, which are non-major, introductory courses.


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Last Updated: 11/15/12