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UMAIE Courses

UMAIE Logo St. Catherine University is part of the UMAIE Consortium, a group of five colleges and university that have agreed to offer short term, faculty led programs to all of their students.  Some of the courses listed through UMAIE will be taught by St. Kate's faculty members; others will not.  St. Kate's students will receive 4 credits for UMAIE courses, unless otherwise noted.  The priority application deadline is April 13th, and the final application deadline is October 1. 

The Americas
St Kate Faculty Women in the Wilderness: Exploring the Landscapes and Arts in the Southwest U.S.
This course has been cancelled for 2019
St Kate Faculty
Sustainability through a Business Lens: Exploring People, Planet and Profits in Chile
  Race, Gender, and Revolution in Cuba

St Kate Faculty
Amazons and Wonder Women: The Classical World in the Modern Imagination
St Kate Faculty
Immigration and Belonging in Europe: Refugees and Immigrants in Germany, France and the United Kingdom
  Arab and Jewish Influence in Spain and Morocco
This course is full and no longer accepting applications
  Chiseling God: History, Culture and Divinity in Ancient Greece
This course is full and no longer accepting applications
  The British Roots of American Journalism
  European Union and Cities: Regional Integration and Urbanization in the European Union
This course has been cancelled for 2019
  Mozart, Beethoven & Beyond: The Music and Culture of Vienna, Prague, and Budapest
  John Paul II in his Polish Context
  The Chemical Industry in Germany: Historical Beginnings and Industrialization
  The Theatre of England
  Epic Story-Making: The Olympic Games in Literature and Media
  Mediterranean Crossroads: People and Environments from Sicily to Rome
  Surviving Adolescence: Literary "Adulting" in England, the Netherlands and Italy

Asia and the South Pacific
St Kate Faculty
Resisting the Legacy of Colonialism: History, Culture and Literature of the Maori                                                                              
St Kate Faculty
Hindu Mythology and Buddhist Philosophy in Nepal
  The Religions and People of India
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