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.
Food & History in Paris, France, Summer 2014
This one-month summer program hosted by the CEA Global Campus in Paris, France is an excellent opportunity for students to study the foods that shape society and understand the causes and consequences of World War I. In conjunction with class, students will explore France with visits to Versailles, the Meaux WWI Museum, Parisian food markets, and a cruise on the Seine River. Click here to download the program flyer.
Tropical Marine Ecology in the Bahamas, Summer 2014
If you would like to know more about theTropical Marine Biology trip to San Salvador, check out their Summer 2013 daily blog.
Click here to download the program flyer.
Art & Architecture in Prato, Italy, Summer 2014
Explore the Tuscany region of Italy with Professor Jamie Slenker.
While in Prato, students will participate in a combination of classroom lectures as well as on-site visits. Students will participate in activities such as: Guided architectural tours of the Duomo in Florence and the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Visits to the Ufizzi Art Gallery, Old and New Sacristy, Medici Palace and the UNESCO World Heritige Site of Cinque Terre. Click here to download the program flyer.
Henry C. Lee College Study Abroad Programs
The Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences offers several short-term study abroad options for its' students. The programs are designed for students to visit criminal justice agencies and take part in sightseeing opportunities in locations such as China, Italy, Poland and Russia. Each of the programs will be hosted by a faculty member of the College. To learn more visit the Henry C. Lee College Study Abroad Programs page.
Photography in Iceland
"Climbing over the moss covered hill and seeing the water crash down stopped me in my tracks. Combined with the beauty of the landscape, the sound of the water pouring over the fault line, and the mist that the wind was blowing onto my face, I was just in awe of everything around me. After a few moments, my photographic mind kicked in and I made my way down the water." - Joe Adams