Students in American Culture and Difference are encouraged to take study abroad courses that focus on the diverse cultures of the Americas. These could include courses taught by UST faculty or through the UMAIE study abroad consortium in such countries as Guatemala, Mexico, or Peru, to name just a few. Students can also register for a J-Term HECUA (Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs) program course titled Social and Political Transformation in Ecuador that would also be eligible to earn credit in the American Culture and Difference program.
Opportunities for courses within the United States are also available, such as the HECUA-sponsored course, Race in America Then and Now: "Post-Racial" Perspectives on the Civil Rights Movement summer program.
For more information on study abroad opportunities, visit the UST Study Abroad website.