Credit-Bearing International Program Directors
"Study abroad programs, whether they are a year or a month long, have to work to strike a balance between the curricular and the co-curricular. The purpose of a U.S. school creating a study abroad program is not to replicate an existing program on foreign soil but rather to create a program that accomplishes certain academic goals by incorporating the unique co-curricular activities available when studying in a foreign country."
- Ernest Guerrero, Making the Most of Short-Term Immersion
International Educator, July and August 2005
It is the goal of the Education Abroad Office (EAO) to assist faculty in developing high-quality short-term programs that offer a connection to our mission and values of academic excellence, diversity and empowerment of leaders for a just and human world. Our study abroad courses should reflect elements that enhance the curriculum in ways that can not be accomplished by offering it on campus alone.
Use this website to navigate through the process of developing and operating your study abroad program.
Program Director REQUIRED Forms
Crisis Planning Worksheet
Additional Faculty/Staff Co-Leaders REQUIRED Forms
Co-Director/Additional Faculty Information
Short-term Program Development Handbook
Field Study Development Tutorial
Study Abroad Course Timeline
Program Director Handbook
Billing Set-Up Request