DEVS 305 Cuban Culture & Society
This course is designed to introduce students to Cuban society and culture. The course will focus especially on the period from the Cuban revolution (1959) to the present. Students will examine some of the main events and highlights of Cuban history, politics and culture in this era. Two weeks of this course will take place at the University of Havana during the month of May. NOTES 1 Students are expected to pay an ancillary fee for travel and accommodation while in Havana. Estimated cost $3200.00.
2 Students must apply to take the course. Applications are available in the DEVS office during the month of September.
3 Students are expected to attend a pre-departure orientation in late April/early May prior to leaving for Havana, Cuba.
4 Costs and application deadlines will be posted on the DEVS website.
Global Development Studies
Department Office: Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room B411 Department Telephone: 613-533-3301 Department Fax: 613-533-2986
Concurrent Education Degree Requirements
...0, DEVS 100 /6.0, DEVS 105 /3.0, DEVS240/3.0, DEVS 305 /6...