Students who are looking for a shorter length program can choose to participate in one of our faculty-led programs. These programs most often times occur in the Summer or Winter Intersession. Small groups of students will travel with their faculty and explore the culture and country through their coursework.
If you interested in studying abroad with the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, you can view their programs here.
Tropical Marine Ecology in San Salvador, Bahamas
This two-week course provides students with a hands-on opportunity to learn and explore the complex and diverse organisms and ecosystems found in tropical coastal regions. During this three-credit course in San Salvador, Bahamas, students will explore reefs, mangroves, seagrass meadows, hardbottom and sand flat communities by snorkeling, before engaging in a group research project. Click here to view the program flyer.
Tourism, Food, and Wine in Prato, Italy
Students have the opportunity to further their studies in business and hospitality while studying in the Tuscany region of Italy. Students will immerse themselves in Italian culture while participating in an enriching program expanding their knowledge of food, wine tourism and culture in Italy. Students will travel to Poggio a Caiano, Rome, and Venice, as well as participate in local activities in and around Prato. Students must enroll in two of the three courses offered. This program will feature a week of on-campus classes and activities, followed by four weeks in Italy. Click here to view the program flyer.
World War II and History Through the Lens of a Camera in Normandy, France and the Channel Islands, Great Britain
This program entails a six credit, two-week online portion in the U.S. before students will embark on their journey to Normandy, France to experience a wealth of World War II cultural visits and sites. Students will see places such as Utah Beach and Mont-Saint-Michel before then traveling on to the Channel Islands to visit towns such as Jersey, Guernsey, and Sark. While learning about the history of the two regions, students will also be maintaining a reflection and photography journal to capture each moment while abroad. Click here for the program flyer.