San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
May 13 – 26, 2019
This hybrid program focuses on adult education and cultural pluralism in agriculture. Study adult education and diversity/culture during spring semester, and then travel to central Mexico to experience total cultural in mid-May.
Central Mexico has a rich mix of ethnicities, foods, history, natural sites, and celebrations. Texas A&M’s Signature Partner, Hacienda Santa Clara (outside of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico) is a UNESCO site. Let’s explore Mexican agriculture, hike Coyote Canyon, visit ancient pyramids and ecological reserves. This program is extremely valuable for those seeking careers in AgriLife Extension or other community-based adult education careers. This program is open to all majors.
Application Deadline: October 1, 2018
Scholarship Deadline: October 12, 2018
- Adolfo Cadena, firstname.lastname@example.org
Study Abroad Advisor:
- Jordan Threadgill, email@example.com
Credit: All students are required to take at least three hours, but are encouraged strongly to take six credit hours, to participate in this program.
- ALED 426: Leading and Training Adult Learners (3 cr.)
- ALED 422: Cultural Pluralism in Agriculture (3 cr.)
- Good standing with Texas A&M University; 2.0 GPR
- Must attend all program-specific meetings prior to departure
- Junior or Senior classification and/or approval from faculty leader(s)