Study Abroad with the History Department
History students have many opportunities to study abroad, both in short-term programs and semester-long or year-long programs. These programs support deep academic and cultural learning.
Courses that are taken as part of a study abroad program may fulfill a degree requirement and, thereby, qualify for financial aid. For short-term study abroad programs, credit hours are offered at significantly reduced rates—well below in-state tuition costs. Students should also apply for additional scholarship support.
2016-2017 Study Abroad Programs Have Been Announced!
Dr. Shari Orisich, assistant professor of history, and Mr. Jose Luis Mireles, senior instructor of Spanish, will be co-leading the international travel study program “Mexican Culture and History,” over Spring Break 2017 (March 4-11) to Mexico. While earning course credit in history or Spanish, students will visit the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, Chapultepec Park and Castle, and Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, among other sites, and enjoy an evening at Arena Mexico to watch Lucha Libre. For more information, contact Dr. Orisich (email@example.com).
Dr. Chris Gunn, assistant professor of history, and Dr. Joseph Fitsanakis, assistant professor of politics, will be co-leading the international travel study program “Security in the Eastern Mediterranean: A Historical and Political Exploration" during Maymester 2017 to Greece and Cyprus. For more information, contact Dr. Gunn (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Previously, students have been able to embark on incredible study abroad trips with history faculty to Ireland, France, Rome, Korea, and Belgium!
Please see the Office of International Programs and Services in the Lib Jackson Student Union A-109 for more information.