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:


Summer 2018 Programs:

Two female students sifting through artifacts on an archeological dig in Ireland

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

View of the Great Wall of China

As the World Turns: Society and Sustainability in a Time of Great Change (GEOG) in China

View of male tourist waling up a cobbled road in an Italian city

Human Trafficking in Context: The Vulnerabilities Associated with Being a Refugee in Italy (CCJS)

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

Religious Rehabilitation of Terrorists (START) in Singapore

4 women students in t-shirts and jeans on a mountain in South Africa

Understanding Social Inequalities in Post-Apartheid South Africa (AASP)


Previous Programs:

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

Japan: Disaster Recovery (BSST)

Thailand & Cambodia: Human Trafficking in Context (CCJS)