College of Liberal Arts: Links for Students: 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 being offered in 2016 included:
- The British Isles (Timothy Petete)
- The Cultures of Andalucia, Spain (Diana Pardo and Guillermo Martinez-Sotelo)
- Germany, the Center of Europe (Rudi Nollert, Michael Springer, and Mary Brodnax)
- London/Dublin (Jessica Sheetz-Nguyen and Stan Adamiak) or explore the Military History option of the London/Dublin Study Tour
- Archival Research in London (Jessica Sheetz-Nguyen)
- Southern France and Spain: Paths and Borders (Catherine Webster and Maria Teresa Moinette)
- Nicaragua (Diana Pardo)
- Layers of Rome (Margaret Musgrove and Sarah Kyle)
- For Spring Break: Museum Tour of Washington DC (Mark Janzen)
You can apply for scholarships for study tours using the Study Tour Scholarship Application Form.
Full HTML Version