Peru, South America
Experience the wonders of the Andes in this in-depth program spanning Peru's multi-layered pre-Inca, Inca and Spanish colonial past. Travel through Peru's uniquely different regions while enjoying tours of important Inca sites like Cusco, Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu. Marvel at the flight of Andean condors at the rim of Colca Canyon and enjoy the hospitality of indigenous people on the island of Amantani, situated over 12,000 feet above sea level on Lake Titicaca. Visit the Spanish colonial cities of Lima and Arequipa as we follow the path of the Conquistadors through the crown jewel of their New World Empire.
Program Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Pre-Departure Teaching Dates:
To be determined
NOTE: This program has limited capacity! Apply ASAP to secure a spot!
HIS110 - Colonial Latin America
NOTE: Fulfills SUNY General Education Requirement for Social Science and Western Civilization.
Application Fee: $250 (due at the time of application and non-refundable)
Program Fee: $2,560
Airfare: appr. $800 (Please, do not purchase your flight tickets until instructed to do so by the Study Abroad Office or faculty member)
Tuition: $684 (resident rate) per 3 credits + fees
Application Fee: $250 (due at time of application and nonrefundable)
1st payment due December 20th - $500
2nd payment – due February 14th - $700
3rd payment due April 10th - $1,360.
80% refund before or on February 3rd, 2020
40% refund – before or on March 2nd, 2020
past March 2nd, 2020– no refund.
NOTE: if you will be utilizing financial aid or are applying later than the payments’ due date, please, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can work with you on adjusting your payments.
Additional Course Information:
Students in this program have the opportunity to study the history of Colonial Latin America while following the path of the Conquistadors through southern Peru, the richest colony in Spain’s New World Empire. Students will gain first-hand experience exploring Peru’s multi-layered pre-Inca, Inca, and Spanish colonial past through lectures and organized field work.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
Pre-departure requirements include the completion of three assigned books and a reading packet.
Participants will travel across Peru while completing graded academic coursework. Lectures and discussions will take place in-between site visits.
Dr. George H. Monahan