Study Abroad

Environmental Studies students have the opportunity to travel with faculty on both Winter Term and Semester Abroad programs. Participation in International Education programs offers the chance to immerse yourself in a different culture while building your resume, developing a greater appreciation of the global community, learning new skills, and enhancing your campus based learning. There are many great options to choose from, many traveling to unique environmental destinations around the world. Here are some of the recent Winter Term programs that fulfilled the environmental perspective graduation requirement.

  • Biodiversity Issues in Suriname
  • Cultural and Natural Environments of the World: Bermuda
  • Shark Biology and Research: Bahamas
  • Tropical Marine Environments: Roatan – Honduras
  • Natural History of the Galapagos Islands and Ecuador
  • Micronesia: Biology, Geology & Culture – Pohnpei, Guam, Yap and Palau
  • Cultural and Natural Environments of the World: Safari through the East African Rift Valley
  • Service Learning in Belize – Monkey Bay
  • Science at Sea – Atlantic Ocean
  • New Zealand: Field Studies of Marine Mammals
  • Cultural and Natural Environments of the World: United States Virgin Islands