Sociology and Anthropology

Justice Studies Program, Tegucigalpa, Honduras (Calvin College) (Open to Sociology and Anthropology majors only) (Fall only)

The Justice Studies Program is a program of Calvin College based in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. You will live with a Honduran family and explore poor urban neighborhoods, remote mountain villages and tropical rain forests. The whole country will become your classroom as you learn how justice issues play out in the developing world. Courses include Exploring a Third World Society (3), The Problem of Poverty (3), Development Theory in Practice (3), Spanish Language Study (3) and a two-week Learning Practicum (2). This program is open to students with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Calvin Justice Studies Program Homepage

Houghton in Tanzania, Iringa, Tanzania (Houghton College) (Open to all majors) (Spring only)

Houghton-in-Tanzania is a program of Houghton College in East Africa that offers students an opportunity to experience life as most Africans themselves experience it. Extended trips away from the campus site include visits to nearby game reserves and Wahehe and Maasai tribal villages. Elective course options vary from year to year but core courses are: East African Anthropology, Wildlife Behavior, and Human Ecology). (A minimum 2.75 GPA is required.) Due to the program’s popularity, please apply a year in advance through our office. Houghton in Tanzania Homepage