More than a dozen students from Cuba will now have the opportunity to spend a semester at Miami Dade College, the college announced Monday.
Students will be able to take courses such as Sociology, Introduction to Microcomputer Usage, Psychology of Personal Effectiveness, and Principles of Business & Organizational Management and English as a Second Language.
It is the first time in 55 years that students from Cuba will be able to attend classes at Miami Dade College. It is all part of Miami Dade College’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Initiatives program with the support of the Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba.
Students in the program are between the ages of 18 and 37 with more than half of them being women.