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Uganda Studies (UGAN)
Off-Campus Semester and Summer Programs
UGAN 3104 Faith and Action in the Ugandan Context
Combines a traditional classroom component (e.g. readings, discussion, small group processing, lecture) with a broad spectrum of experiential learning (e.g. living and studying with Ugandan students, home stays with Ugandan families, travel to various regions of Uganda & Rwanda, exposure to both missionaries and Ugandans involved in various social services). The course begins at orientation and continues through the debrief retreat. Evaluation methods may include written assignments, verbal presentations, class participation, informal and formal debrief sessions, creative projects, journal entries, and one-on-one discussions.
The UGAN courses are only offered through the Uganda Studies Program of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities.