Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
In January of 2011, the Obama Administration loosened the regulations on academic travel to Cuba, allowing students to travel to this island nation as part of an academic program. These changes have created an ideal environment in which to study the factors that influence the institutional decision to create a new study abroad program. This is an area that has seen very little if any previous research. This study hopes to investigate the connection between the goals of education abroad as a whole and the reasons a study abroad program, in this case to Cuba, is actually created. Studying the decision making process behind these Cuban exchange programs will inform not only study abroad within that country but possibly the main factors influencing study abroad as a whole.
Beall, Kari, "Factors in Destination Decisions for Cuban Study Abroad" (2013). Master's Theses. 1454.
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