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Cambodia Winter Term

Spend Winter Term 2015-2016 in Cambodia

A Winter adventure to the heart of Southeast Asia.

Study the history, culture, language and literature of Cambodia, a nation which has been a crossroads of Asia for centuries.  With visits to the temples of Angkor Wat and the cities of Phnom Penh and Siem Riep, this program will incorporate service learning within Cambodia with coursework that invites you to consider the rich blending of cultures to be found in this Asian jewel.

The program offers a wide array of Gen Ed options, including LC, PL, PH, PS, G and Service Learning credits.  After 5 weeks of courses on campus in Rock Island, the group will travel to Cambodia in January, where the students will travel with three Augustana faculty as well as local experts on Cambodian Art and Culture.  Service learning projects will include teaching English and working with local schools.  Students on this program will be encouraged to blend what they learn in the classroom with hands-on experiences among the Cambodian people.

Faculty Contacts:   Dr. Marsha Smith (Sociology)

Program Dates:  This program will run in the Winter Trimester of 2015-2016, with Winter Term coursework beginning on campus in Novermber & December before the group travels to Cambodia in January and February of 2016.

Program Cost:  A tentative program charge of $16,300 has been set.  This will be confirmed or adjusted by December 2014.  The program fee includes tuition, airfare, ground transportation, lodging & board, group excursions and international health insurance.  The program fee does not include room & board on campus in November and December or discretionary spending while in Cambodia.

Academic Courses Offered: Students enrolled in this program are required to complete all four program courses for a total of 10 credits.

  • Sociology 380: Special Topics in Sociology (PS, G), Taught by Dr. Smith.
  • CSD440: Special Topics in CSD (PH, G, SL), Taught by Dr. Jakielski.
  • WGS 320: Life Writing (PL), Taught by Dr. Kalas.
  • ISS 313: Seminar on Cambodian Culture (1 credit), Team Taught

 


  This program is open only to full-time Augustana students. 

Funds from Augie Choice are available for this program to any student with sophomore status (28 credits completed) at the time of the program departure.