Egypt (ETHN 98)

Program Overview June 16 - 24, 2023Application Deadline: Friday, February 3, 2023

This transformational 9-day and 8-night journey through Nubia, Luxor, and Cairo will help you gain a deeper intellectual understanding of the mission and purpose of the Cooper Woodson College Educational Equity Program. You will be introduced to teachings on Pan African philosophers, intellectuals and the social/historical moments that speak to the trajectory of the African educational experience in America. This course will help you connect what you experience and learn while being educated at Sac State to the original land in which this information comes forth. More than just a course, this is meant to be a sacred academic experiential research experience.  


Cost: $3,000 for CWC Scholars

$4,506 for Non-CWC Scholars

Included in cost:

  • 1 unit towards ETHN 98-01
  • Travel insurance
  • In-country transportation
  • Accommodation
  • Meals (daily breakfast and lunch)
  • All academic activities

*Cost does not include round-trip airfare from the United States.

Academic Credit

Receive credit for: 

ETHN 98-01 – Co-Curricular Activities

Open to undergraduate students, graduate students and the community.

Prerequisites: none

Contact Information

Dr. Andrea Moore

Amador Hall 460

Info Session Dates

December 3, 10 - 11:30 a.m. (Via Zoom)

Please contact Gabe Hernandez to RSVP.