Office of International Education
Faculty Led Travel Courses
The Office of International Education offers several two-to-three week faculty-led programs during the months of January or May/June. In each program, a group of 10-20 students meets with one or two faculty leaders during the semester and travels together as the culmination of the course.
These short-term programs offer a great opportunity to gain exposure to another culture for those students who prefer to travel with a group and due to requirements of their majors, cannot study abroad for an entire semester. Additionally, many participants gain the experience and confidence on these programs to study or intern abroad for a full semester.
How to Apply: Students must submit an application, reference form and unofficial transcript to the Office of International Education.
For more information about current programs and for an application, contact the Office of Undergraduate International Programs.
March & May/June 2013 (to be determined)
- HMS387: Costa Rican Culture and Community Service Project
- SP205: Cultural Introduction to Spain
- EDD388/PSY388: Child Development and Education in Multicultural Contexts: Asia and the U.S.