Which departments or programs accept transfer credits for courses on this program?
LALACS will approve transfer credit for all courses that you take in Cuba.
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese will give credit for up to one course to Spanish Minors, and up to two courses for Spanish Majors.
The Government Department will approve credit for US-Cuba Relations, upon completion of additional reading and an additional five-page paper.
The History Department will give credit for La Esclavitud, upon completion of the oral final for the course and the final paper, which must be 10 pages. (Note: The course's syllabus allows students to do either an oral final or a paper of up to 10 pages.) The 10-page paper must be reviewed by Dartmouth faculty. You should submit a copy to the HIST Department vice-chair as well as to your professor in Cuba.
Comparative Literature will grant credit toward the major/minor for the course, Hispanoamerican Voices of the 21st Century.
To request approval from other departments or programs, submit the syllabus and the program information packet from CASA.