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|INTL 4944 - Dialogue of Civilizations: Regional Engagement|
Engages students with the cultures, societies, and peoples of particular countries and localities in one primary geographic region. Offers students an in-depth and on-site experience and an opportunity to learn about various aspects of the region, which may include politics, sociology, law, history, philosophy, culture, music, arts, literature, theatre, economics, and/or business. Students may connect with their peers in each locality and across societies, therein to gain an international experience designed to enhance their academic studies on campus in Boston. Culminating projects may include a research paper, an artistic expression piece (i.e., film or photos), or other assignment as determined by the professor. May be repeated without limit.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Off-campus instruction
International Affairs Department
NU Core Arts Lvl 1, Faculty Led Study Abroad