Arts and Humanities - Religion
Arts and Humanities - Religion
Arts and Humanities - Religion
 

Arts and Humanities

Study Abroad

Why Choose to Study Abroad?

You will grow culturally, linguistically, personally, intellectually, and spiritually. You will have the chance to go beyond sightseeing, and become acquainted with another country, another culture, and other fascinating people. Study abroad will give you an experience that a classroom setting will never do. You will have the opportunity to learn about the country and the people firsthand, while you are immersed in the language and the culture. You will gain new friendships on a global scale, and it will surely expand your world view.

For more information, visit Study Abroad & Global Experiences (SAGE) for students.

Experiences

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Pictures

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Have questions?

If you have questions about the Study Abroad program:

  • Program Leader
  • Faculty Member
  • Program Advisor
 
Bldg 5, Rm 146
407-582-5730 or 407-582-1300 // Fax: 407-582-5436
Monday - Friday: 8:00am to 5pm

 

 

Dean:
Ana J. Caldero

Administrative Assistant to the Dean:
Amy Sorrough

Administrative Assistant to the Dean:
Natalie Sutton

Chair Pre-Major in Architecture:
Professor Allen Watters

Program Advisor AA Pre-Majors Architecture:
Mia Cancarevic

Chair Foreign Languages:
Professor Joseph Menig

Chair Graphic & Interactive Design:
Professor Meg Curtiss

Career Program Advisor Graphic & Interactive Design
Genevieve Hall

Chair Humanities:
Professor Lisa Cole

Program Advisor Communication, Arts, and Humanities
Michael Reid

Chair Interdisciplinary Studies:
Dr. Travis Rodgers