This program is only open to students who are enrolled in the Fall Semester 2018 ANT 315-02 Language and Culture course.
Language and Culture in Mexico
About the Program
Students who are enrolled in the Fall Semester 2018 ANT 315-02 "Language and Culture" course have the opportunity to travel to Mexico with the instructor, Dr. Stephanie Litka, during the January intersession. Students on this program abroad will travel to Merida, Mexico in the Yucatan, where we will be hosted by our partner university, Universidad Marista de Merida. Scheduled activities in Marista include guest lectures, city and university tours, and visits to local sites of interest. The group will also travel to Valladolid, Coba, Playa del Carmen, and Chichen Itza. The program is designed to extend the learning that students will do throughout the fall semester course, allowing for an experiential and intercultural opportunity for students.
Dr. Stephanie Litka, Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work (Site Coordinator)
Students are required to enroll in the Fall semester 2018 ANT 315-02 course. Students are encouraged to consult their academic advisor regarding eligibility for courses, pre-reqs, etc. More information regarding courses can be found in the University Bulletin. In addition, we have listed the current CAP status for the course. However, students should consult DegreeWorks for the most accurate information since courses that satisfy CAP requirements may vary by year of admission or according to a student's major. The Degree Audit is specific to each student. Consult your academic advisor for details.
ANT 315-02: Language and Culture
(Fall 2018 ) (3 credits)
Students examine the relationship between language, thought, and behavior centering on human interaction and social justice in a variety of cultural contexts. Prerequisite(s): SSC 200.
CAP Status: Crossing Boundaries Inquiry; Diversity & Social Justice
Language Context Course
Students must be 18 years of age or older and eligible to take courses for credit at the University of Dayton. Participants in the program must have a minimum GPA of 2.5. Students in good academic standing with a GPA below 2.5 may petition the Center for International Programs for consideration. Students must also be in good disciplinary standing.
For all University of Dayton programs, pre-departure orientations play a critical role in making a study abroad a valuable learning experience. You will be required to attend several sessions to prepare for travel.
Cost and Refund Policy
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