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  • Locations: Kigali, Rwanda
  • Program Terms: Winter Break
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Minimum GPA (Undergraduate): 2.5 Language of Instruction: English
Eligible Population: 01 Freshman, 02 Sophomore, 03 Junior, 04 Senior Type of Program: Faculty-led
Click here for a definition of this term Area of Study: Integrative Studies Click here for a definition of this term Study Abroad Host: Field Studies in SAIL
Minimum GPA (Graduate): 3.0 Open to non-Mason Students: Yes
Program Description:

Genocide Healing and Reconciliation

Rwanda, Winter Break 2019

Rwanda landscape
Rwanda is currently one of the most stable and progressive countries in Eastern Africa. Yet, the mass genocide that took place in 1994 is considered to be one of the worst forms of human atrocity the world has ever known, which killed almost a million people within the span of 3 months. How Rwanda has dealt with the aftermath of the tragedy to what the country has become now, given its progress and development, including challenges the country continues to face is what this study abroad program focuses on. What can Rwandans teach the world about healing and reconciliation, including forgiveness? What socio-cultural, economic, and political mechanisms are in place for healing, reconciliation, and forgiveness to take place? What is the role of individual citizens, the central government, the NGOs, including the international community in bringing about healing and reconciliation, including forgiveness in a country that has been fragmented and devastated because of genocide?
 

Program Details

Course Offering:

Undergraduate:
INTS 498: Field Based Work (3 credits)
CONF 385: International Field Experience (3 credits)
CONF 397: Study Abroad Special Topics (3 credits)

Graduate:
INTS 595: Field based work (3 credits)
This program is open to non Mason participants, please inquire for more information.
 

Eligibility 

This program is open to all undergraduate students including students who do not attend George Mason University. 
 

Housing

Standard occupancy is double, additional fees apply for double or single. Please contact Greg Justice gjustice@gmu.edu for details.
 

Program Cost: $4,585.00

Included:
  • Tuition 3 credits
  • in country transportation
  • Accommodations  
  • All meals
  • Guided tours
  • International Emergency Insurance
Not Included:
  • Personal spending
  • Airfare

Contact Information

Program Manager

Greg Justice
gjustice@gmu.edu


Academic Director

Al Fuertes
afuertes@gmu.edu
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Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.