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Costa Rica

January 2-16, 2017

 

Comprehensive fee of $3700 includes:

  • Round-trip airfare from Chicago O'Hare
  • Accommodations, with breakfast each day
  • 3 semester hours of Bradley credit and all textbooks
  • International Student Identity Card

Course Offerings:

ETE 280 Exploring Diversity:Learners, Families, And Communities

This course is approved for General Education credit (CD category)
Join us as we explore issues of diversity in families, communities and cultures in a warm, welcoming country. This course is not limited to Teacher Education majors! We live and work in a multicultural country, and learning about diversity in our society is extremely important for many, if not all professions. This unique course will be cenETtered in Costa Rica’s capital of San Jose, and the program also includes travel for 3 days to the beautiful Pacific coastal town of Quepos!

Dr. Dean Cantu

ETE 235 Methods of Teaching English Language Learner                                                                                                              Join us as we explore issues of diversity in families, communities and cultures in a warm, welcoming country. This course is not limited to Teacher Education majors! We live and work in a multicultural country, and learning about diversity in our society is extremely important for many, if not all professions. This unique course will be centered in Costa Rica’s capital of San Jose, and the program also includes travel for 3 days to the beautiful Pacific coastal town of Quepos!

Dr. Helja Antola Crowe

ENC 370/375  Human Relations Development - Techniques + Laboratory                                                                                        370 (2 hrs) Basic literature, research findings, and techniques of the lay and professional helper; effect of the lay helper on human relations Prerequisite: PSY 101 or ETE 225, or consent of instructor. 375 (1 hr) Supplemental practice sessions and exercises in skills of EHC 370.

Dr. Robert Aviles

WLS 316 Contemporary Costa Rica                                                                                                                                             Develop your Spanish language skills in a Spanish-speaking environment.  We will also study the rich culture and society of contemporary Costa Rica as we explore the capital city of San Jose in the Central Valley, as well as the costal town of Quepos.

Dr. Deborah Kessler

 

A minimum 2.5 GPA is required for study abroad.  

Pre-registration begins March 1, 2016.  The link is on the study abroad home page.  Then you must complete the registration process in person at 8:30am Friday, April 15, in the Student Center Ballroom, where you will enroll in order of cumulative credit hours until classes reach enrollment limits.  A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your registration.  After April 15, enrollment for any remaining class places is first-come, first-served and is in the Study Abroad Office, 325 GCC.