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Duke in Montréal

About. This four-week, one-course program is set in cosmopolitan Montréal, the second largest Francophone city in the world.  Participants explore how history, language, and immigration have shaped the development of Québec’s marketing practices.  Together with government officials, business leaders, and local artisans, students examine how globalization impacts cultural identity and how Québec markets have adapted to these challenges. Coursework and site visits are conducted in French.  For more information, please visit the Duke in Montréal website.   Highlights from Summer

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Graduate Certificate in Canadian Studies

Founded in 1974, Duke’s Center for Canadian Studies is the oldest in the United States; Duke graduate students have written more than 150 theses on Canadian subjects. The program coordinates research, teaching, and outreach about Canada within the context of North America and the world, and sponsors speakers and seminars.

Global Opportunities for Undergraduates

The Duke in Montréal program is set in cosmopolitan Montreal, the second largest Francophone city in the world. Participants explore how history, language, and immigration have shaped the development of Québec’s marketing practices. Together with government officials, business leaders, and local artisans, students examine how globalization impacts cultural identity and how Québec markets have adapted to these challenges. Coursework and site visits are conducted in French. The summer 2013 dates are: July 1-27, 2013.

Undergraduate Certificate in Canadian Studies

A second major or a minor is available in Canadian Studies, which seeks to provide the student with an understanding of Canada. Students may undertake a minor to supplement another major, or to complete a second major in Canadian Studies, or as part of an interdepartmental concentration, or under Program II.

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