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  • Locations: Vancouver, Canada
  • Program Terms: Spring
  • Restrictions: OSU applicants only.
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Overview

FLP Canada Economy Brochure
This short study abroad course offers Oregon State University students a practical interdisciplinary opportunity to study Canadian history, social political, economic and cultural values. We will be examining these issues in a broader North American and global context. The highlight of this intensive study abroad class will be living in Canada for six days and being able to observe, listen and talk to Canadians about their life. In the province of British Columbia, students will be exposed to an active daily program of study, which will include lectures from Canadian scholars, visits to government and non-government organizations, visits to art galleries, museums, and other sites of historical and cultural interest. By the end of this class, students will gain a comparative, critical perspective on the United States culture, politics, society and economy.
 

Areas of Study

SOC or PS 499/599
To review the syllabus for this program, click here.
 

Requirements

Open to all majors, no prerequisites.
 

Cost Estimates

Program Cost Estimates

Program Fee $775
Tuition [4 credits] $772
Housing Included in Program Fee
Meals Included in Program Fee
Accident & Sickness Insurance $20 (approximate)
Passport (if you do not have a current passport) $135
Visa or Entry/Exit Tax $0
Books & Supplies $0
Local Transportation & Misc. Expenses $100
Total Estimated Expenses $1,802
 

Additional Info

The course begins on March 24th when the group meets at Oregon State University for a full day of activity focused on learning about Canadian history, geography, politics and society. This will be accomplished through guest lectures, films, and interactive group activities. On March 25th, the group will depart for Vancouver British Columbia. The group will spend six days in Vancouver engaging in a very active agenda focused on understanding Canadian culture, society, politics and the history.

For further information about this program you can read the PDF brochure or contact  Dwaine Plaza.
 



This program is currently not accepting applications.