Leadership and Landscape: The Camino de Santiago
Program Full, Applications Closed
Please note this program is full and cannot accept any additional applications. Please select an alternative study abroad program.
About the Program
Spain is our classroom in this Honors summit experience course: a two-week backpacking trip on the Camino de Santiago, the famed thousand year-old pilgrimage route to the picturesque city of Santiago de Compostela. We'll focus our work on developing leadership skills and understanding group dynamics, as well as exploring the natural and cultural history of northern Spain and the Camino. Students will take on leadership roles, and be offered peer feedback on judgment and decision-making. Creative and critical writing and reading will complete our training. We'll conduct writing workshops in the field. In addition, we'll attend to experiences in solitude and in community, and make a point of exploring the flora, fauna, geology, weathers, archaeology, history, and culture of the region.
THIS COURSE MAY BE TAKEN FOR HONORS SUMMIT CREDIT. This course is open to EVHM majors and minors, and Honors students.
- HONS 4302
Estimated Program Fee
- Additional expenses include tuition, fees, travel expenses and more. Be sure to review the total estimated program cost as well as the Process of Paying information.
- May 18 - June 4, 2018
Program Open to
- All TTU students
Program Fee includes
- Lodging at typical pilgrimage accommodation
- Transportation in Spain
Program Fee does not include
- TTU tuition and fees
- Airfare to/from Spain
- Most meals
- Education Abroad fee ($200)
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