Michigan State University: Philippines - Justice and Development Practice in Transitional Societies of Southeast Asia

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Many countries in Southeast Asia have undergone significant social and political transformations within the last few decades, partly fueled by experiences of globalization, technology, and the ease by which ideas and information are transferred an... read more

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Many countries in Southeast Asia have undergone significant social and political transformations within the last few decades, partly fueled by experiences of globalization, technology, and the ease by which ideas and information are transferred and disseminated.  Many countries have witnessed changes in political structures, changes in governance, leadership, and cultural transitions.  This context provides an excellent opportunity for students to learn firsthand the many contradictions, challenges, and opportunities in a transitional and developing society in the areas of justice and legal systems, the dynamics of governance and public citizenship, and environmental protection.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
Minimum GPA:
2.5
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