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Accepted Students


CGEE Global Campuses

Welcome Accepted Students! On this page, you will find important information regarding:

Travel Information

Here you will find program dates and recommended travel. Some programs include a group flight you will need to arrange with our travel agents, so please review this information and abide by any stated deadlines.

Course Registration Information

You will need this information to complete the the Course Selection Questionnaire in your Global Gateway account. Please review the course registration information to determine which courses you will take.

Course Syallbi

(Central America) Exploring Peace, Justice, and Community Engagement (fall & spring semester)

(Southern Africa) Nation Building, Globalization, and Decolonizing the Mind (fall & spring semester)

(Mexico) Crossing Borders: Gender and Social Change in Mesoamerica (fall semester)

(Mexico) International Business and Global Citizenship (fall semester)

(Mexico) Migration, Globalization and the Environment: Engaging our Communities (spring semester)

(Mexico) Social Work in a Latin American Context (spring semester)

(Mexico) Global Educators Semester (spring semester)

  • Orientation to Education (field hours) (EDC 200)*
  • International Education (field hours) (EDC 353)*
  • Diversity (EDC 210) (topics in intercultural development
  • Minnesota American Indians (EDC 211) (focus on indigenous populations of the Americas) or Learning and Development (EDC 310)
  • Environmental Biology (BIO 118) (satisfies elementary education licensure requirement and general education requirement)
  • Spanish – select one or two courses from 18 options that range from beginner to advanced


Health & Medical Information

Review our overall health, safety and security resources and steps we take to ensure all participants’ safety

For details on health and medical preparations, please review this information. There are a number of recommendations regarding inoculations and other health care issues you will want to consider and/or discuss with your doctor.

Program Manuals

Spring Semester
Fall Semester
Summer Semester 2016



If you do not have a passport that is valid six months past the end date of your program, run, don’t walk, to the nearest government office that issues passports. This may be a Federal, state and probate court, post office, public library, or county and municipal offices. If you are not sure where your closest agency is, you can do a search at You need to go in person with two photographs of yourself, proof of U.S. citizenship, and a valid form of photo identification such as a driver’s license, or your expired passport. Passports can take 6-8 weeks to process once the paperwork is completed, so you should start this process right away.

Contact Us

Questions? Contact Margaret Anderson for questions at:Staff photo: Margaret Anderson
Direct phone: 612-330-1685