Study Abroad: Cuba 2017
This faculty-led course will give students the opportunity to explore Cuba at a crucial moment in its history. Students will witness a nation caught between its revolutionary past and an uncertain future. They will gain first-hand information about the island’s social, cultural and economic evolution during a 13-day full-immersion trip to the Western Hemisphere’s only socialist nation. They will meet everyone from authors and entrepreneurs to artists and musicians while learning how Cuba has changed since the United States and Cuba restored diplomatic relations in 2015.
Mr. Tracey Eaton
Dr. Tracy Halcomb
Havana and other cities in Cuba.
COM 340: Cuba: Revolution at a Crossroads
June 26 to July 8, 2017
3 (not including 1-credit orientation)
Eligibility Requirements / Prerequisites
Students must maintain a grade point average of 2.5 or above and have attempted at least 24 credit hours at Flagler College. Students must also have approval from the instructor and from the Office of Academic Affairs.
Students majoring in communication, international studies, political science, business, art, history and other disciplines are welcome to participate. Knowledge of Spanish is helpful, but not required.
Estimated Cost (price per credit hour)
Tuition: $1,347 for the three-credit summer class
Program fee: $3,137
Non-program costs: approximately $270 (includes meals not covered by program fee)
Additional expenses: Students must pay $135 for a U.S. passport, if they don’t already have one.
Required program fee deposits and payment deadlines
$500 deposit due Oct. 15, 2016
Additional $500 due Nov. 15, 2016
$2,137 balance of payment due Feb. 1, 2017
Who to contact if interested in this program
Expected Learning Outcomes
Trip itinerary is tentative. For the latest updates, please visit Study Abroad in Cuba