BSOS Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs

Consider participating in a study abroad experience during a school break.  Several short-term programs are led by BSOS faculty members who have expertise and a strong interest in the region you will visit. The rigorous and engaging curriculum may often result in credit toward your major.  Upcoming programs include:

Spring Break 2017:

Group of students in orange vests on rocky field in Japan

Disaster Recovery in Japan (BSST)


Summer 2017 Programs:

Austria: Freud's Footsteps: Psychotherapy Then and Now (PSYC)

Austria: Methods in Archaeology: Forensic Aviation Archaeology (ANTH)

Singapore: Countering Violent Extremism and Deradicalization (START)

Photo of a diverse mix of 14 students and leaders and a dog, four holding walking staffs, in a lush mountainous setting.

Thailand & Cambodia: Human Trafficking in Context (CCJS)

Previous Programs:

China: Undergraduate Research of the Geographical Impacts of Urbanization (GEOG)

Brazilian Amazon: Environmental Conservation and Indigenous Peoples (ANTH)

Croatia: From War and Communism to the EU Membership (GEOG/HONR)

Ireland: The Archeology of Ireland's Early Modern Period (ANTH)