Agriculture in Belize
This course will cover the principles, practices, and applications of general and social marketing as it pertains to developing communication campaigns for a food production company in a foreign country. During a seven day program in Belize, students will visit Belizean history and culture sites, several farms, an agritourism business, and several “typical” tourist destinations.
This is a service-learning course, and students will work with an actual, international client to create an integrated marketing campaign that will be used. Through service learning, students will be able to identify, articulate and critically reflect on ethical issues in personal, professional, and/or civic life from their own perspective as well as that of others.
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- ACOM 4305/ACOM 5301
ESTIMATED PROGRAM FEE:
PROGRAM FEE INCLUDES:
- 7 nights lodging
- Some meals (6 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 4 dinners)
- All local transportation and some entrance fees
PROGRAM FEE DOES NOT INCLUDE:
- TTU tuition and fees (3 hours taught in Spring)
- Airfare to/from Belize
- Insurance ($1.76/day)
- Education Abroad fee ($200)
- Some meals
- Personal spending money
- Students must enroll in the course taught in Spring 2016 on campus
- March 12 - 19, 2016
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