Join us for a research experience of a lifetime in Belize Summer A 2020.
About the Courses: In either SYA 4959 (undergraduate students) or SYA 5941 (graduate students), students work with communities in Belize (an English speaking country) on real-world research projects. Students will learn an in-demand research method in a high-growth technology career field. We will explore the Belize Barrier Reef and several different landscapes across Belize. We will learn how to use GIS mapping, apps, and drones. Students spend 5 days on land and 4 on islands along the world’s second largest reef system. No previous experience with GIS is needed.
Apply through UCF Abroad at: https://studyabroad.ucf.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgramAngular&id=10108
Audience: This exciting study abroad course in Belize is open to all graduate and undergraduate students at UCF (and beyond). All majors are welcome. This 3 credit course counts as an elective course in both of the UCF GIS certificate programs. It is a research-based course. No previous GIS and mapping experience is required.
Apps due February 15, 2020. But apply soon, this course will fill before the application date.
Program Fee: $2400-2500 (all expenses including airfare, lodging, tours, transportation, and meals). One of the most economical abroad experiences at UCF. Plus normal tuition and university fees for a 3 credit course.
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Any questions, please contact the program director, Dr. Timothy Hawthorne at firstname.lastname@example.org.