Current Students

Honors Study Abroad Trips

The Honors College hosts a number of study abroad trips each year. These experiences allow Honors College students to travel internationally and participate in academic- and service-oriented experiences. 

To accommodate diverse student schedules, these trips are offered in three formats: as part of a semester-long course (with one- to two- weeks of international travel included), as week-long spring break trips that are not associated with a class, and as summer programs that incorporate course work.

Information about 2017-18 trips will be added as soon as it is available.

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Argentina (Spring) | The purpose of this program is to analyze how the city of Buenos Aires was developed and transformed by scientific thinking.

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Dominican Republic (Spring) | Students interested in careers in healthcare and/or public health are offered a unique service break opportunity.

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Dominican Republic (Fall) | Students interested in careers in healthcare and/or public health are offered a unique service break opportunity.

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Germany (Spring) | Students engage in a two-week immersion experience in Osnabrück with German university student partners.

 

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Japan (Spring) | More information coming soon.

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London (Summer) | Between its rich history, vibrant city life, and entertainment, London remains one of the primary destinations for students.

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Peru (Spring) | This service-based trip is designed to teach students about the history, culture, and current social issues of Peru.

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Vietnam (Summer) | This dynamic and immersive program focuses on the social structure and energy demands of the country's rapid development.