MALAWI & ZAMBIA - Sustainable Development and Social Entrepreneurship in Malawi

Program Dates
Monday, May 12, 2014 to Monday, May 26, 2014

Participants will learn about the economic, social, and environmental challenges Malawians face and the ways that entrepreneurs, NGOs, the government, cultural workers and communities are attempting to address them. Includes a short homestay near the capital, Lilongwe, to experience the culture of Malawi. Also included in the program is a photo safari in South Luangwa National Park in Zambia.

Courses: MGT 3543: Social Entrepreneurship in Malawi (3 sh) and SD 3535: Reading Sustainable Development in Malawi (3 sh)

Pre-reqs: none

Credits: MGT 3543 fulfills a MGT-GEN or MGT-ENT* elective, HOS elective, IB major/approved/required/other elective or a COB/UL elective course credit. SD 3535 fulfills an IB approved/required elective credit as well as an UL outside the COB elective credit. This program fulfills the global issues requirement. Students must take both courses.

* Only 3sh of a COB Faculty-led study abroad may count toward MGT-ENT electives.

Cost: $3850, not including summer tuition.