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Spring Break Programs

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Study abroad during spring break and your coursework will come alive! 

Courses begin on campus during the Spring semester where students will focus on academic content and trip preparations. The class travels together as a group during spring break, where students experience and explore course themes in the context of the overseas location. Learning and reflection continues back on campus during the second half of the semester. Because study abroad is an integral part of course content, the trip is required for all students.

Students typically earn three credits for spring break study abroad courses. Programs vary each year, but often cover specialized topics in history or biology that are not offered on campus.

Remember, the primary objective of study abroad is to learn. Studying abroad during spring break is an educational opportunity - NOT a vacation. Students will be expected to act accordingly.