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El Camino de Santiago is a historic pilgrimage through northern Spain. While walking along its path for six to eight hours a day, students will learn the history of this religious and tourism phenomenon. Students will examine the Camino de Santiago in multiple facets: as a channel of cultural communication, a travel tradition, a ritual and a pligrimage.
Students will complete 3 credits in either Spanish or Theology. The program will be led by Dr. Eugenia Afinoguenova and Dr. Stephen Long.
This is a short-term faculty-led summer program.
|Program begins||May 21|
|Program ends||June 18|
This is a Marquette faculty-led program, so most financial aid and scholarships apply. To learn more about how the program will affect your specific aid package, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid.