CSBS Study Abroad Programs

Study abroad programs are a great way to travel the world while earning course credit! Check out the recent study abroad programs in our college and stay tuned for 2025 trips!

UN New York: 68th Commission on the Status of Women

March 11 - March 15, 2024 | POLS 4920 or WGS 4900

Students will explore and experience key speakers and panel events of the 68th Commission on the Status of Women and will learn about the VSW's system and its multilateral approaches to problem solving.  In addition, students will gain knowledge about international challenges and confidence in interacting with people from a variety of cultural backgrounds. 

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Switzerland - Studies in Harm Reduction

May 1 - May 14, 2024 | SW 4850 or MSW 6850

Switzerland offers a rich environment in which to examine and explore the meaning and use of harm reduction. Participants will examine the harm reduction model in a multinational, cross-disciplinary context, considering applications to a variety of social and health concerns and identifing barriers to and facilitators of the development and use of harm reduction strategies.

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Utah Rock Art, Archaeology, and History

May 13 - May 17, 2024 | ANTH 2950

Utah is famous for its amazing rock art created by Native American and later European cultures. Participants will travel to central Utah to visit archaeological sites and rock art in places like Clear Creek Canyon, Capitol Reef National Park, and Sego Canyon. We will also view archaeological collections at Fremont Indian State Park Museum, Anasazi State Park Museum, and receive a behind the scenes tour at the Prehistoric Museum in Price. Students will come away with a greater understanding of the prehistoric and historic peoples and cultures of Utah.

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San Rafael Desert, Utah and Big Horn Basin, Wyoming - Archaeological Field Techniques

May 13 - June 5 | ANTH 3300

Students will learn archaeological excavation techniques, artifact identification, site mapping, soil idenitifcation, and archaeological survey. This trip will be led by Dr. Madeline Mackie.

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UK & Holland - Criminal Justice & Sociology

May 19 - May 28, 2024 | CJ 4950, MCJ 6250 or SOC 4950

The on-site scheduled activities will include tours, guest speakers, and field observations that will expose students to historical and contemporary practices in criminal justice in England and the Netherlands. Tours to current criminal justice institutions and historically relevant sites will provide information about the roots of the English and Dutch criminal justice system and how it works in modern society.

Learn more on the Study Abroad website.