Study Away involves a credit-bearing course specifically designed around a travel experience led by tenured track faculty. Study Away experiences may be local, regional, national, or international. These experiences are designed to prepare students of how to travel, acquire a functional knowledge of cultural practices and draw connections from the travel experience to course outcomes.
- A 14-day experience traveling to an international location such as France, Morocco or Italy as part of HU 219 Global Studies through International Travel course.
- A 10-day experience in Costa Rica as part of Nursing AD 248/258 clinical courses.
- A 6-day experience in New York City as part of AT 106 Art History.