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Take a dive into the history and culture of Spain and Morocco by spending three and a half weeks on a study abroad trip living with a host family in Seville.
You'll explore religious and historical sites such as the Cathedral and the Alcazar, watch a flamenco performance and dine on authentic Spanish cuisine.
Do you know anyone who has crossed the Strait of Gibralter? You can on this study abroad adventure that covers a variety of topics and interests.
It's the perfect opportunity for students in a variety of majors.
Spanish students can take 300-level courses on this trip to truly make it a worthwhile study abroad experience. Business students can take a business course on the European Union. Education and psychology majors can take Psychology of Learning a Second Language, while those interested in the medical field can take Spanish for Health Professionals.
There's something for everyone in Seville!
About Spanish Language and Culture
Prerequisite: Students must have studied through SPAN-104 and must have a G.P.A. in Spanish of at least 3.0.
Academic credit: 2-6 semester hours
Majors of interest: Must have taken Spanish through 104. Primarily for SPAN-201 students, as well as business majors focused on Spanish speaking countries, education and psychology majors
Financial aid: Need-based aid may be available
Benefits: See the beauty of southern Spain on this study abroad trip.