Australia/ New Zealand: Sustaining Culture & Environments (Summer)
Discover natural history of parks, beaches & fjords with a focus on natural resources, protected areas, and sustainability. Reflect on challenges of protecting and conserving fragile environments while sustaining human societies. Credits: PRT 449, PRT 450.
China: Plant Resources, Ecology & Culture (Summer)
Study intensive language through the lens of technology. Excursions to aqueduct and textiles factories. This program runs every other year on odd
years. Prerequisite: FLS 201 or equivalent. Credit: FLS 212, FLS 295/395.
Costa Rica: Exploring Crop and Turfgrass Production in the Tropics
Learn about local agricultural practices, agri-tourism, and sustainable ways of life in Costa Rica. Participants will gain hands-on research practices and practical experience. Credit: CS 492 or CS 495/590.
Ireland: Equine Industry (Summer)
Travel through Ireland to visit several equine facilities and learn about the racing industry firsthand. Participate in seminars and lectures at the University of Limerick’s International Equine Institute. This program runs every other year on odd years. Credit: ANS 291.
Ireland/United Kingdom: Global Food Systems and Sustainable Agriculture (Spring Break)
Explore a diverse selection of farms, crop production, environmental research centers, and cultural heritage sites including the Tower of London, Stonehenge, and many more. Credit: ALS 494 or AGI 194.
Mexico: Sustainability in Emerging Countries (Summer)
Experience and understand the diversity of food production in Oaxaca, Mexico, while interacting with local scientists, farmers and students. Credit: HS 495.
Poland: Biotechnology & Agriculture (Summer)
Learn about agriculture, animal science, and biotechnology through excursions and site visits. Excursions and field trips to sites and cities in Poland are included. Credit: Up to 6 credits, options include ALS 495, BIT 466, BCH 220.
United Kingdom: London, General Studies (Summer)
This five week program is a great way to fulfill six general education course requirements in a foreign setting while participating in cultural excursions and with various sites of interest throughout the city of London. Credit: Up to 6 credits, including ARS 251.