South Africa & Eswatini

International course: South Africa & Eswatini

This three-credit hour course focuses on wildlife as a case study of South Africa's most high profile and precious resources. You will observe management philosophies different from those practiced in the U.S., and will also learn about how culture and post-apartheid policies have influenced these efforts.

After attending three academic sessions and one orientation session stateside, you will travel to approximately 10 natural areas in South Africa and Eswatini, both public and private, over a 14-day period. This program is offered by the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

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