This six-week summer program is worth nine credits. While in Chile you will take one Spanish Language course (3 credits) based on your proficiency in Spanish, and Globalization and Social Justice (6 credits) which is taught in English.
All students must complete a Preliminary Course Form, available on Arcadia Passport, as part of the application process. When selecting a Spanish language course, you should provide an educated estimate of which level you may take in Chile. Final Spanish language level is determined by placement at orientation.
|Beginning Spanish Language||3||PCUV||Spring/Fall|
|Intermediate Spanish Language||3||PCUV||Spring/Fall|
|Advanced Spanish Language||3||PCUV||Spring/Fall|
|Globalization and Social Justice||6||PCUV||Spring/Fall|