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Agricultural Education Block I in Jamaica


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Program Type Departmental
Program Location Port Antonio, Jamaica
Course # SA 10404
Duration Summer
Upcoming Program Dates
Summer 2018 05/15/18 to 05/31/18

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Program Leader

Name Brian Talbert
Emailbtalbert@purdue.edu
Phone765-494-8433


Program Description

Jamaica is the location for the Youth Development and Agricultural Education Maymester study abroad experience. The course is headquartered at the College of Agricultural Sciences and Education (CASE) located in the Portland Parish in Northeast Jamaica. As Jamaica’s only higher education institution offering programming in agriculture, CASE developed an Agricultural Education program in 1999.

Academic Credit

Students earn six credits of education coursework in EDCI 20500 Exploring Teaching as a Career and EDCI 28500 Multiculturalism in Education

Eligibility

Agricultural Education students and those interested in Agricultural Education are eligible.

Program Cost

Estimated maximum cost $4,200 which includes all course fees and travel expenses.  Cost should be significantly lower due to scholarships and grants. Estimated cost for full-time Purdue degree-seeking students is $2,500.

This cost includes:

$3,175 (program fee, study abroad fee, insurance)

$   200 (textbooks, course packets, Taskstream)

$   200 (meals on own such as in-transit and breakfasts)

$   625 (airfare).  You are responsible for your own transportation to/from Indianapolis Airport. If it is better to fly out of Chicago, we will build the bus cost into the course fees.

Does not include the cost of obtaining a U.S. passport (approximately $135).

In 2014, Purdue University implemented a scholarship program for study abroad. Full-time Purdue University students in the Block I in Jamaica Study Abroad are eligible for $1,000.

Application Deadline

Preferred applications by January 13, 2017.


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