Study Tours

A study tour is a credit-bearing course in which the majority of the academic work is accomplished through group study and travel outside the UCO campus. It provides a group of students with an applied, supervised experience at an off-campus location, whether foreign or domestic, for a minimum of two or more overnights, and enhances the student's classroom knowledge of an academic discipline(s) through first-hand exposure. Once on site, travel during the study tour is an integral part of the learning process.

Study Tours proposed for 2017 included:

Summer 2017 

  • Vienna-Prague—Berlin  (Nollert, Brodnax, Huneke)
  • Layers of Rome (Kyle, Musgrove)
  • London-Dublin (Adamiak)
  • Polish Landscapes of Remembrance (Brym, Vaughn)
  • Applied Research Mus Studies-London (Springer, Janzen)
  • Applied Research in London—Sheetz-Nguyen
  • Cultures of Andalucia (Pardo, Cabas)
  • China, the historical Dragon (Li, Li)
  • Nicaragua: Culture and Service (Pardo)
  • Italy: Travel Photography and Video (J. Miller)
  • Argentina  (Moinette, Allan)
  • Europe (C. Webster, S. Miller, T. Hull)

Spring 2017

  • Museums of Washington, DC  (Janzen, Adamiak)

In order to apply for inclusion on one of the College of Liberal Arts' study tours, begin by submitting the Study Tour Application.

You can also apply for scholarships for study tours using the Study Tour Scholarship Application Form.