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Italy...February 29 - March 8, 2020...Apply at


Approximate Dates: February 29 - March 8, 2020

Faculty Lead: Derek Petrey and Owen Jones

Experience some of the world’s greatest works of art, architecture, and cuisine during Spring Break. The focus of this study abroad program is Italy – past, present, and future. Tour archeological sites and learn about life in a modern European country with millennial roots. Participate in an 800-year old celebration in a rural Italian village.

Coursework: HUM 111, HUM 2236, PLR 2780 (only one course is required) 

Estimated Cost: $2,400 (Partial Scholarships Available)

Deposit: $250

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US-Mexico Border...April 2020...Apply at


Approximate Dates: April 2 - 5, 2020

Faculty Leads: Jennifer McDermott and Amaha Sellassie

Description of trip: Learn about the sociopolitical issues surrounding migration to the U.S. through its southern border, while meeting with migrants, allied health workers, legal professionals, and others with insight on this relevant and timely issue. Students will spend the majority of their time in the U.S. (Tucson and surrounding area),but will cross the border one afternoon and visit the town of Nogales, Mexico.

Coursework: 2020 Spring Course (contact faculty leaders for more information)

Estimated Cost: $960 (Partial Scholarships Available)

Deposit: $250

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Denmark...March 2020...Apply at



Approximate Dates: March 2020

Faculty Leads: Eric Dunn and Charlie Setterfield

Description of trip: Explore contemporary built environment issues of design, construction, and sustainability as they create international design projects for both Dayton, Ohio and Næstved, Denmark. Teams will communicate via the web using virtual reality design tools, as well as video
conferencing. The final design presentations will be made during a two-week visit to Denmark, during which students will explore various Danish building sites and cultural institutions. The course fulfills architectural technology, construction management technology, and civil engineering technology requirements/electives.

Coursework: CAT 2741

Estimated Cost: $3,900 (Partial Scholarships Available)

Deposit: $250

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Approximate Dates: May 6 – May 20, 2019  

Faculty Lead: Jamie Fries

Description of trip: Experience the beauty of Ireland while learning about its history and culture. The country’s lush, green hills and majestic coastlines belie an often times turbulent past. Learn about the harsh penal laws imposed on Irish Roman Catholics, the potato famine of the 1840s, the formation of the Republic of Ireland, and the ‘troubles’ in Northern Ireland.

Coursework: PRL 2780

Estimated Cost: $3,600 (Partial Scholarships Available)

Deposit: $250

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South Africa...May 15-29,2020...Apply at



Dates: May 15 - 29, 2020

Faculty Lead: Furaha Henry-Jones and Faheem Curtis-Khidr

Travel to Durban, South Africa and learn about South African and American leaders for social change. You will visit Inanda, where Mohatma Gandhi and the African National Congress's first President, John Dube, birthed influential movements.

Coursework: HUM 2297

Estimated Cost: $3,800 (Partial Scholarships Available)

Deposit: $250

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Dates: May 30 - June 13, 2020

Faculty Lead: Charles Richardson

Immerse yourself in the culture of beautiful and historic Scotland by participating in Robert Gordon
University’s (RGU) cultural summer school program. During this two-week entrepreneurial business program, students will get a taste of RGU, Aberdeen, and Scottish culture as a whole.

Coursework: MRK 2100

Estimated Cost: $3,600 (Partial Scholarships Available)

Deposit: $250

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Canada...July 4-25,2020...Apply at



Approximate Dates: July 4 – 25, 2020

Faculty Lead: DeAnn Hurtado, Ph.D.

Description of trip: Embark on a global learning experience at Humber College in Toronto, Canada! Join students from all over the world in this cross-cultural, Digital Marketing/Social Media summer course. Explore the creative and dynamic field of social media communications, work with real-life clients, and network with industry professionals. Learn more about content development strategies, corporate best practices, professional blogging, transmedia storytelling, and social media metrics and analysis.

Coursework: MRK 2135  

Estimated Cost: $2,750 plus travel costs (Partial Scholarships Available)

Deposit: $250

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