African Studies, Anthropology, Culture, Developmental Sciences, Education, Government, Health Science, History, Human Rights, Humanities, International Relations, International Studies, Law, Peace and Conflict Studies, Peace Studies, Philosophy, Political Sciences, Politics, Public Health, Service Learning, Social Work, Sociology, Urban Studies
Through this combination of theory and practice, students become participants in, rather than mere observers of, this dynamic environment and gain a comprehensive understanding of the evolving story that is South Africa.
In South Africa you will:
Acquire a greater understanding of issues around several topics in contemporary South Africa including economics, health, politics, the environment, etc., and how these issues inform the discourse on poverty and development and their relationship to globalization
Develop and use specific Afrikaans or isiXhosa vocabulary necessary for community engagement activities and courses
Choose from a host of quality community engagement opportunities
Explore various points of interest in and around Cape Town and the Western Cape Province