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This 9 credit summer program, entitled "'''West African Music, Dance, Language, and Culture'''", comprises social science, humanities, and performing arts components, and is formally equivalent to three semester-long University of Alberta courses: Music x44, Music 365, and Middle Eastern and African Studies 300.  
 
This 9 credit summer program, entitled "'''West African Music, Dance, Language, and Culture'''", comprises social science, humanities, and performing arts components, and is formally equivalent to three semester-long University of Alberta courses: Music x44, Music 365, and Middle Eastern and African Studies 300.  
 
''Click'' [[Ghana summer program | West African Music, Dance, Language, and Culture]] for course information.
 
  
 
For a multimedia introduction to this program, please view this descriptive [http://folkways.tapor.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Ghana_summer_07.ppt  powerpoint presentation].  You can also view [http://folkways.tapor.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/GhanaSummerProgramDetails.pdf  program details].
 
For a multimedia introduction to this program, please view this descriptive [http://folkways.tapor.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Ghana_summer_07.ppt  powerpoint presentation].  You can also view [http://folkways.tapor.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/GhanaSummerProgramDetails.pdf  program details].
  
''Application procedures''
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''Application procedures for Summer 2008''
  
 
Application for both program and award is through Caroline Lawson in the Education Abroad office, HUB (contacts below).
 
Application for both program and award is through Caroline Lawson in the Education Abroad office, HUB (contacts below).

Revision as of 23:10, 19 August 2007

This 9 credit summer program, entitled "West African Music, Dance, Language, and Culture", comprises social science, humanities, and performing arts components, and is formally equivalent to three semester-long University of Alberta courses: Music x44, Music 365, and Middle Eastern and African Studies 300.

For a multimedia introduction to this program, please view this descriptive powerpoint presentation. You can also view program details.

Application procedures for Summer 2008

Application for both program and award is through Caroline Lawson in the Education Abroad office, HUB (contacts below). Non-University of Alberta students are responsible for ensuring that credit transfers to their home institution and program, and must enroll in University of Alberta open studies prior to enrollment in the program.


Need more information?

Regarding application procedures please contact Caroline Lawson, Study Abroad Student Advisor, University of Alberta International, Education Abroad Program, 8920 HUB Mall, Edmonton, AB, Canada, T6G 2E1 Tel: 780 492 6215 Fax: 780 492 6213 www.international.ualberta.ca

You may also contact Professor Michael Frishkopf for further information about the program itself.