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Academics (Cusco): semester, year & summerThe semester and summer curriculum in Cusco offers courses and community service. Courses are offered at Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (USIL). Community service is organized at various NGOs and humanitarian organizations. Students can enroll in a maximum of 15 credits per semester and 6 credits per summer session. Click on a course title to view the syllabus.
Spanish & Quechua LanguageBeginning Spanish
Written Communication in Spanish (in Spanish)
Latin American Literature (in Spanish)
Humanities & Social ScienceContemporary Society and Culture of Peru (in English or Spanish)
Institutions in Peruvian Society (in English)
Introduction to Volunteering Service Learning and Social Responsibility in Cusco (in English)
History and Culture of the Incas (in English or Spanish)
Nutrition & HealthHealing and Shamanism in Andean and Amazonian Cultures (in English)
Andean Nutrition (in English)
Arts & ArchitectureArt and Design in Cusco (in English)
Inca Architecture (in English)
Photography in Cusco (in English)
Cultural Heritage Conservation (in English or Spanish)
Tourism & BusinessEconomics and Sociology of Tourism (in English)
Cultural Tourism in Cusco and Peru (in English)
Participatory and Immersion Tourism in Peru (in English)
Sustainable Tourism (in English)
History of Peruvian Cuisine (in English)
Gastronomic Tourism in Cusco and Peru (in English)
Business in Peru and Latin America (in English)
CommunicationIntroduction to Communication (in English)
Communication for Development (in English)
History of Latin American Cinema (in English or Spanish)
Inter-cultural Communication (in English or Spanish)
Communication Psychology (in English)
EnvironmentPeru's Biodiversity (in English)
Additional Courses for Summer Session I 2018Abnormal Psychology (in English, taught by visiting professor from USA)
Comparative Government (in English, taught by visiting professor from USA)
Community serviceService (not-for-credit) allows students to learn from practical experience and engage with the local community. Positions are available at the following fields. Examples of placements include, but not limitted to, St. John of God Clinic, Huillcapata School, Juvenile Home Maria Salome Ferro and Juvenile Home San Judas Chico.
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