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Programs : Featured
This is a listing of all the featured programs in the program catalog. You can view the brochure for any of these programs by clicking on the program name.
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Augsburg International Partner/Exchange: Hong Kong Baptist University (Exchange)
Hong Kong, China

Terms: Fall Semester, Spring Semester
Description: http://intl.hkbu.edu.hk/student_02_01_01.php  HKBU Application Procedures 1st (Fall) Semester 2014-15.doc
Augsburg International Partner/Exchange: United International College (UIC), Zhuhai, China (Exchange)
Zhuhai, China

Terms: Academic Year, Spring Semester
Description: Study at China's first Liberal Arts College--United International College--Located in Zhuhai--a city of approx. 3 Million people in Southern China's Guangdong Province. With over 4,000 students, twenty undergraduate majors are offered by thre e[...]
Augsburg Short-term: Bible, Christian Theology & Vocation: Mexico
Cuernavaca, Mexico

Terms: Winter Break
Description: About the Program This course explores the Bible, Christian tradition, and vocation. Students will articulate theological questions and positions, as they examine those questions in the context of poverty and political injustice. Examine how Chr istian[...]
Augsburg Short-term: Global Crossroads & Indigenous Resistance: Chiapas, Mexico
Chiapas (San Cristobal de las Casas), Mexico

Terms: Winter Break
Description: About the Program This program explores the contemporary issues faced by the Indigenous people of Chiapas and their cultures. Through interaction with Indigenous people, we will examine political, economic, cultural, international, and linguisti c[...]
Augsburg Short-term: History of Caribbean Music: Cuba
Havana, Cuba

Terms: Winter Break
Description: About the Program Take advantage of a unique opportunity to experience the fascinating culture of Cuba and its history, politics and religion by exploring the way Cuban music has contributed to Afro-Caribbean music as a whole. Augsburg’s C enter[...]
Augsburg Short-term: Vocation & Christian Faith: El Salvador
San Salvador, El Salvador; Suchitoto, El Salvador

Terms: Winter Break
Description: About the Program This program will focus on the concept of vocation in the context of poverty and political injustice, facilitated by Augsburg’s Center for Global Education. Examine how Christian theology has been used both to justify opp ression,[...]
Augsburg's Center for Global Education (CGE): Crossing Borders | Mexico | Fall Semester
Cuernavaca, Mexico

Terms: Fall Semester
Description: In this experiential, community-based program, students will cross borders constructed by language, nationality, race and ethnicity, gender, sexuality, socioeconomic class, religion, politics, and economics. Students are immer sed[...]
Augsburg's Center for Global Education (CGE): International Business and Global Citizenship | Fall Semester
Cuernavaca, Mexico

Terms: Fall Semester
Description: Today's business leaders are increasingly well-served by a global perspective.  Gain your international experience in Mexico, the business capital of Latin America and the United States' third-largest trading partner.  Improve your [...]
Augsburg's Center for Global Education (CGE): Language and Culture in Mexico | Summer
Cuernavaca, Mexico

Terms: Summer
Description: CGE-Mexico offers two six-week summer sessions focusing on Spanish language and Mexican culture in which students can take two courses per session, with the option of enrolling in both sessions. This community-based program in cludes[...]
Augsburg's Center for Global Education (CGE): Migration and Globalization | Mexico | Spring Semester
Cuernavaca, Mexico

Terms: Spring Semester
Description: This is an intensive program that explores issues of migration, immigration, and globalization. It is ideal for students who are interested in working with Spanish-speaking populations in the United States, as it includes intensive Spanish language c lasses,[...]
Augsburg's Center for Global Education (CGE): Nation Building, Globalization and Decolonizing the Mind | Southern Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa; Windhoek, Namibia

Terms: Fall Semester, Spring Semester
Description: Students learn about historical and present-day challenges in creating national identity, an inclusive multi-party democracy, and a model for development. Studying Namibia and South Africa’s model and approach to such issu es provides[...]
Augsburg's Center for Global Education (CGE): Social Change in Central America: Exploring Peace, Justice, and Community Engagement
Chichicastenango, Guatemala; Managua, Nicaragua; San Jose, Costa Rica

Terms: Fall Semester, Spring Semester
Description:   Explore the life and culture of the peoples of Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua. Improve your Spanish language skills while living with families in the Guatemalan highlands (5 weeks). Study the role of the church within the situatio n[...]
Augsburg's Center for Global Education (CGE): Social Work in a Latin American Context | Mexico | Spring Semester
Cuernavaca, Mexico

Terms: Spring Semester
Description: The Social Work in a Latin American Context program was jointly created in 2003 by a collaboration of CSWE accredited social work programs in the Minnesota/South Dakota area.  The program satisfies the curriculum requirements for the BSW [...]
HECUA Art for Social Change: Intersections of Art, Identity, and Advocacy
Minneapolis, United States

Terms: Spring Semester
Description: Description Set in the vibrant arts scene and culturally diverse neighborhoods of Minneapolis and St. Paul, the Art for Social Change program immerses students in communities working for social change through art and cult ure.[...]
HECUA Community Internships in Latin America (CILA)
Quito, Ecuador

Terms: Fall Semester, Spring Semester
Description: Description Ecuador is characterized by great geographical, economic and ethnic diversity. The smallest country in the Andean highlands offers an idyllic landscape, mountain vistas and mild weather as well as a complex scenario of soc ial,[...]
HECUA Democracy & Social Change: Northern Ireland
Belfast, United Kingdom; Coleraine, United Kingdom

Terms: Spring Semester
Description: Description In 1969, society in Northern Ireland was seized by violent conflict that erupted from issues relating to civic, social and political differences. Today, Northern Ireland offers an example of the vast dimensions of transiti on[...]
HECUA Environment & Agriculture: Sustainable Food Systems
Minneapolis, United States

Terms: Summer
Description: Description Modern agriculture is one of the largest contributors to environmental degradation in the United States. We all eat, and yet the disproportionate environmental footprint of agriculture is rarely discussed or unde rstood.[...]
HECUA Environmental Sustainability: Science, Public Policy and Community Action
Minneapolis, United States

Terms: Fall Semester
Description: Description In the land of lakes and rivers, Minneapolis and St. Paul are built within a rich natural landscape that is home to one of the most active networks of environmental organizations in the country. This semester program addr esses[...]
HECUA Inequality in America: Policy, Community, and the Politics of Empowerment
Minneapolis, United States

Terms: Fall Semester, Spring Semester
Description: Description In 'Inequality in America', students actively delve into major challenges of our time: poverty, inequality, and social change. To understand these issues, the program focuses on the economy, housing syste ms,[...]
HECUA New Zealand: A Shared Future, Culture, and Environment
Auckland, New Zealand

Terms: Fall Semester
Description: Description The program will examine how social and environmental factors are shaping political and ecological dimensions of identity and culture, and how New Zealanders from many different backgrounds are envisioning and creating a share d[...]
HECUA Race in America Then & Now: ""Post-Racial"" Prespectives on the Civil Rights Movement
Jackson, Mississippi, United States

Terms: Summer
Description: Description Many people in the U.S. and around the world have seen the election of President Barack Obama as a sign that racism in America is a thing of the past. America, it is said, is now a "post-racial" society, an d[...]
HECUA The New Norway: Globalization, National Identity, and The Politics of Belonging
Oslo, Norway

Terms: Fall Semester
Description: Description Students across the social sciences seeking an English-language program in a non-traditional setting are invited to enroll in 'The New Norway' semester program, based in Oslo, Norway. The New Norway program explore s[...]
HECUA Writing for Social Change: The Personal, the Political, and the Power of the Written Word
Minneapolis, United States

Terms: Fall Semester
Description: Description Writing for Social Change is based on the longstanding tradition in Western culture of using literature as a tool for social critique, as a means of calling for social change and justice, and as a tool for social [...]

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