ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
CASA offers university and high school-level field courses in Ecuador, Guatemala, and
Puerto Rico that can be custom designed to meet topical and academic interests.
Expedition itineraries and logistics management for scientists and researchers are also
available.
FIELD COURSES

Social Change and Development in Ecuador:
A Service Learning-Based Semester Abroad
12 weeks, 16 credits

The Politics of Land Use in Ecuador
16 days, 3 university-level credits, 200 Level

Service Learning in Ecuador:
Volunteer Delegations for Adult, University and High School Groups
9 & 15 Day Itineraries

Examining U.S. Colonialism and the Re-development of Vieques:
Student and Volunteer Delegations to Puerto Rico
12 Day Itinerary

Permaculture and Social Justice in Guatemala:
10 Day Volunteer Delegation Itinerary


ONLINE and CAMPUS-BASED COURSES

4 Ventanas: A Contemporary Geographic Survey of Latin America

Mesoamerican History, Culture, & Environment

Andean History, Culture, and Environment


EXPEDITION ITINERARIES and LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
for scientists and researchers are also available.



ALL COURSES ORGANIZED AND TAUGHT BY
PETER SHEAR, M.A.
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Botanist Michael Sundue, of the
New York Botanical Gardens,
searches for rare fern species on
a CASA-organized expedition in
one of Ecuador's many cloud
forests.
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