Go Abroad During Your Academic Breaks
Don’t want to be away from campus for an extended period? You can take one of our Electives Abroad during your semester breaks. These course options allow you to earn credits while traveling and getting to know a new country and group of classmates in between your regular classes. You will move beyond the typical tourist experience with faculty-curated cultural tours, conversations with global business leaders, collaboration with students at international universities, and connections with global alumni networks.
Our options fall under Entrepreneurship, Political Impact on Culture, Brand Management, Creativity and Collaboration, Social Responsibility, and Start Up/International Strategy courses and are usually tailored to the culture and intricacies of the country you are visiting. It’s a chance to learn what entrepreneurship, management, and communication means in a different country—and to build connections you will use throughout your professional life.
Additionally, the Office of Service and Justice Programs sponsors service immersion trips during the College’s winter and spring breaks. These noncredit trips are opportunities for you to engage in an intensive service experience with communities in need, to promote civic engagement, and to develop your leadership abilities.