Students in our Department frequently take advantage of semester- or year-long off-campus academic and cultural opportunities that enrich their college experiences in meaningful and lasting ways. Both domestic and international programs are available.
Students wanting to study outside of the U.S. can choose from programs that offer business and economics courses only or a combination of business, economics, and other types of courses. Some programs are taught in English only, while others allow students to strengthen their foreign language skills in an international context. The international study options available to our students include:
Of course, international opportunities are only one example of the many types of off-campus opportunities available to our students. Semester-long domestic opportunities include the ACM Chicago Program, New York Term, and Washington D.C. Term. The Department also offers domestic May Term opportunities such as recent May Term courses Business Sustainability and the Environment and Economics of Renewable Energy, both of which included significant domestic travel and company visits. For more information on May Term course offerings in business and economics, visit the Department’s May Term web page.
Finally, other unique off-campus opportunities include service learning projects with local organizations and service trips to off-campus locations over spring break, May Term, and summer sessions.