Study & Intern in Toledo

Study & Intern in Toledo — Academics

Program Structure

Program Type Offered in collaboration with the Jose Ortega-Marañón Foundation and the University of Minnesota.
Program Level 3000 level courses
Courseload 13–18 credits per semester, 3 credits for May session or 6–9 credits for summer session. Classes are held Monday–Thursday on the semester and summer program, leaving long weekends for cultural immersion.

Students are required to maintain a minimum of 13 credit enrollment status per semester or maintain the minimum program credit enrollment determined by their study abroad program, whichever is greater. Grades earned on study abroad programs (for UMN resident credit) are converted to UMN A-F grades according to pre-established grade conversion criteria, if necessary. 

Coursework

Semester or Summer Program

Courses cover a wide range of topics, including anthropology, archaeology, art history, economics, history, interdisciplinary studies, linguistics, political science, Spanish cultural heritage, Spanish language, Spanish and Latin American literature, women's studies, Spanish theatre and business.

View the Course list for a complete list of classes offered. 

You may also take classes at la Universidad de Castilla la Mancha for an additional cost. Courses are available in environmental science, sport science, history, art history, philosophy, psychology, geography and other areas. There is an additional fee to enroll in courses at the university. Students should also plan to stay beyond the official end date of the program as the university term ends after the program end date.

University of Minnesota students could complete 4 courses towards a Spanish Studies minor in one semester of study in Toledo. Most courses in Toledo count toward requirements for the Spanish major. Contact the Spanish and Portuguese Studies Advising office for more information.

May Session

Tracing Three Cultures (TLDO 3024) explores the cultural heritage of Toledo. This three-week, 3 credit, intensive course combines in-class lectures and discussions with regular field trips and excursions to museums and monuments, including Madrid's Museo del Prado and guided tours of Judaic Toledo and Mozarabic Segovia. 

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