Study Abroad Possibilities

camelThe programs listed below have been pre-approved by Saint Michael's College and offer a wide range of destinations and study opportunities. Choose a program by location, language, or academic offerings.

  1. Language Programs can provide skills for completing the Second Language Proficiency Requirement for languages taught at Saint Michael's (Spanish, French, Japanese, German, Chinese, or Italian) or for developing skills in another language. Students with higher language proficiency can take content courses in the target language.
  2. University Programs offer a wide variety of liberal studies courses taught at international universities. Students interested in building upon language skills acquired through study at Saint Michael's College are strongly encouraged to do so. Most universities offer language instruction at a variety of levels, and students with advanced language proficiency will find ample opportunities to enroll in courses and programs taught exclusively in the host language and often with native speakers of the language.
  3. Internship Programs allow students to test potential professions by taking a full-semester of courses plus an extensive academic internship in a specific field of study (e.g. business, psychology, or journalism).
  4. Field Study Programs provide students with a hands-on academic semester, often in developing countries. Theme-based programs often focus on global issues such as global health, human rights, environmental policy, and peace and conflict studies.
  5. Academic Study Trips are developed and led by SMC faculty. These programs, generally 2-4 weeks in length, introduce students to unique academic topics and cultures. Program offerings change from year to year as new courses are developed based on student and faculty interest.

Africa and the Middle East

Geographic Area Location Name of Program Program Provider
Ghana Accra Social Transformation and Cultural Expression SIT
Jordan Amman Modernization and Social Change SIT
Health and Community Development SIT
Madagascar Antananarivo Urbanization and Rural Development  SIT
Fort Dauphin Biodiversity and Natural Resource Management SIT
Morocco Rabat Field Studies in Journalism and New Media SIT
Multiculturalism and Human Rights SIT
Migration and Transnational Identity SIT
Republic of Guinea Kankan Arts and Culture of West Africa (Fall) Antioch
Rwanda Kigali Post-Genocide Restoration and Peacebuilding SIT
Senegal Dakar National Identity and the Arts SIT
South Africa Cape Town Multiculturalism and Human Rights SIT
University of Cape Town Arcadia
University of the Western Cape Arcadia
Durban Social and Political Transformation SIT
Community Health and Social Policy SIT
Stellenbosch University of Stellenbosch AIFS, Arcadia
Tanzania Arusha Wildlife Conservation and Political Ecology SIT
Rhotia Wildlife Management Studies SFS
Zanzibar Coastal Ecology and Natural Resource Management SIT
Tunisia Tunis Emerging Identities in North Africa SIT
Uganda Gulu Post Conflict Transformation SIT
Kampala Development Studies SIT

Asia - Oceania

Geographic Area Location Name of Program Program Provider
Bhutan Himalayan Environment and Society in Transition SFS
China Beijing SU Beijing Program SU Abroad
Popular Culture and Social Change Alliance
Intensive Chinese Language Alliance
Hong Kong SU Hong Kong Program SU Abroad
Kunming Language, Cultures and Ethnic Minorities SIT
Shanghai 21st Century City Alliance
Intensive Chinese Language  Alliance
International Business in China Alliance
Xi’an Xi’an and the Silk Road Alliance
India Bodh Gaya Buddhist Studies (Fall) Antioch
Hyderabad University of Hyderabad AIFS
Jaipur Sustainable Development and Social Change SIT
Manipal Global and Public Health Alliance
New Delhi Public Health, Policy Advocacy, and Community SIT
National Identity and the Arts SIT
Varanasi The City, The River, The Sacred Alliance
Pune Contemporary India Alliance
Indonesia Bali Arts, Religion and Social Change SIT
Japan Hirakata City Kansai Gaidai University see Study Abroad Office
Kyoto Japan and Its Buddhist Traditions (Fall) Antioch
Tokyo Musashi University see Study Abroad Office
Mongolia Ulaanbaater Geopolitics and the Environment SIT
Nepal Kathmandu Development and Social Change SIT
Tibetan and Himalayan Peoples SIT
Russia St. Petersburg St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University AIFS
Samoa Apia Pacific Communities and Social Change SIT
South Korea Seoul Yonsei University


Thailand Khon Kaen Community Public Health CIEE
Turkey Istanbul SU Istanbul Program SU Abroad
Bo─čaziçi University AIFS
Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Culture, Social Change and Development SIT
Vietnam/Cambodia   The Living Mekong: Environmental Ethics and Conservation SFS

Australia - New Zealand

Geographic Area Location Name of Program Program Provider
Australia Byron Bay Sustainability and Environmental Action SIT
Cairns Rainforest, Reef and Cultural Ecology SIT
Perth Murdoch University AIFS
Queensland Tropical Rainforest Studies SFS
Sydney Sydney Internship Program BU
New Zealand Auckland Auckland Internship Program BU (fall only)
Wellington Victoria University of Wellington IFSA-Butler, Arcadia, AIFS


Geographic Area Location Name of Program Program Provider
Austria Salzburg University of Salzburg AIFS
Croatia Dubrovnik Dubrovnik International University API
Czech Republic Prague Charles University AIFS
Arts and Social Change SIT
Denmark Copenhagen Danish Institute for Study Abroad DIS
England Bath Advanced Studies in England ASE
Leeds University of Leeds API, IFSA-Butler
London Birbeck, University of London IFSA-Butler
City University IFSA-Butler, Arcadia
Goldsmith's College, University of London Arcadia
London Internship Program BU, Arcadia, AIFS
London Parliamentary Internship Program Arcadia
London School of Economics and Political Science IFSA-Butler, Arcadia
London Now Arcadia
Queen Mary College, University of London IFSA-Butler, Arcadia
Richmond, The American International University AIFS
University of Westminster API, IFSA-Butler, Arcadia
Oxford Oxford University IFSA-Butler, Arcadia
France Bordeaux Université Bordeaux 3-Michel de Montaigne Middlebury
Grenoble Université de Grenoble AIFS
Centre Universitaire D’Études Françaises (CUEF) API
Grenoble École de Management API, AIFS
Paris Arcadia in Paris Arcadia
Cours de Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne AIFS, API
Institut Catholique de Paris (ICP) API, AIFS
Universite Paris Diderot API
Universite Paris Dauphine API
Poitiers Universite de Poitiers Middlebury
Strasbourg SU Strasbourg Program SU Abroad
Germany Berlin Freie University API
Tûbingen Antioch in Germany: Universität Tûbingen Antioch
Greece Athens Arcadia Center for Hellenic, Balkan, & Mediterranean Studies and Research Arcadia
College Year in Athens CYA
Hungary Budapest Corvinus University of Budapest API
Ireland, Republic of Cork University College Cork API, Arcadia, IFSA-Butler,
Dublin Dublin Internship Program BU
Dublin Parliamentary Internship Arcadia
Champlain Abroad Dublin Champlain College
Galway National University of Ireland, Galway API, Arcadia, IFSA-Butler
Limerick University of Limerick AIFS, API, Arcadia, IFSA-Butler
Maynooth National University of Ireland API, Arcadia, IFSA-Butler
Ireland, Northern Belfast Stranmillis University IFSA-Butler
University of Ulster Arcadia, IFSA-Butler
Italy Florence Lorenzo de'Medici School API
Richmond in Florence AIFS
Florence Internship Program AIFS
SU Florence Program SU Abroad
Perugia The Umbra Institute & Liberal Arts Program Arcadia
Rome Arcadia in Rome Arcadia
John Cabot University API
Lorenzo de Medici School API
Richmond in Rome AIFS
Syracuse, Sicily The Mediterranean Center for Arts and Sciences Arcadia
The Netherlands Amsterdam International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender SIT
Poland Krakow Jagiellonian University of Krakow API
Scotland Edinburgh University of Edinburgh Parliamentary Internship IFSA-Butler, Arcadia
Glasgow University of Glasgow IFSA-Butler, Arcadia
Stirling University of Stirling IFSA-Butler, Arcadia, API
Spain Barcelona Universidad de Barcelona Arcadia, API
University Autonoma of Barcelona API, AIFS
Pompeu Fabra University API
Arcadia in Barcelona Arcadia
Bilbao University of Deusto API
Granada Arcadia in Granada Arcadia
University of Granada AIFS, API
Madrid Complutense University API
Antonio de Nebrija University API
Salamanca Universidad de Salamanca AIFS, API
Seville Universidad de Pablo de Olavide API
Universidad de Seville API
Toledo Fundacion Jose Ortega y Gasset Arcadia
University de Castilla-La Mancha Arcadia
Wales Bangor Bangor University Arcadia
Cardiff Cardiff University IFSA-Butler

Latin America

Geographic Area Location Name of Program Program Provider
Argentina Bariloche Globalization and Community Responses in Argentina (Spring) Antioch
Buenos Aires Public Health in Urban Environments SIT
Regional Integration, Development, and Social Change SIT
Social Movements & Human Rights SIT
Universidad De Belgrano API, AIFS
Argentine Universities Program IFSA-Butler
Universidad de Buenos Aires Middlebury
Universidad Torcuato Di Tella API, IFSA-Butler, Middlebury
Mendoza Mendoza University Program IFSA-Butler
Universidad de Congreso API
Bolivia Cochabamba Multiculturalism, Globalization and Social Change SIT
Brazil Fortaleza Social Justice and Sustainable Development SIT
Salvador Public Health, Race and Human Rights SIT
Curitiba, Parana, Brasilia, Manaus, Pocone Brazilian Ecosystems (Fall) Antioch
Chile Arica Public Health, Traditional Medicine and Community Empowerment SIT
Santiago Comparative Education and Social Change SIT
Chilean Universities Program IFSA-Butler
SU Santiago Program SU Abroad
Valparaiso Cultural Identity, Social Justice and Community Development SIT
Chilean Universities Program IFSA-Butler
Viña del Mar Universidad Viña del Mar API
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez AIFS, API
Costa Rica Atenas Sustainable Development Studies SFS
Heredia Universidad Nacional IFSA-Butler
San Jose International Center for Development Studies API
Universidad Veritas AIFS, API
San Joaquin de Flores Instituto de San Joaquin de Flores API
Cuba Havana Arcadia in Cuba Arcadia
University of Havana API, IFSA-Butler
Ecuador Galapagos / Quito Galapagos Academic Institute for the Arts and Sciences / Universidad San Francisco de Quito (Service-Learning) IPS-L
Quito Comparative Ecology and Conservation SIT
Development, Politics and Languages SIT
Nicaragua Managua Youth Culture, Literacy and Media SIT
Panama Panama City Tropical Ecology, Marine Ecosystems and Biodiversity Conservation SIT
Bocas Del Toro Tropical Island Biodiversity Studies SFS
Peru Cusco Indigenous Peoples and Globalization SIT
Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (Service-Learning) IPS-L
Lima Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú IFSA-Butler
Pillcopata, Madre de Dios Biodiversity and Development in the Amazon SFS

North America - Caribbean

Geographic Area Location Name of Program Program Provider
Turks & Caicos Islands Cockburn Harbor Marine Resource Studies SFS
USA Washington DC Washington Semester Program American University
Woods Hole, MA The Global Ocean SEA Semester
Oceans and Climate SEA Semester
Marine Biodiversity & Conservation SEA Semester
Sustainability in Polynesian Island Culture and Ecosystems SEA Semester
Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean SEA Semester
Canada Montreal Champlain Abroad Montreal Champlain College

Multi Country

Name of Program Program Provider
Peace and Conflict Studies in the Balkans SIT
Comparative Women's and Gender Studies in Europe (Fall) Antioch
Climate Change: The Politics of Food, Water and Energy (IHP/Comparative) SIT
Health and Community: Globalization, Culture and Care (IHP/Comparative) SIT
Cities in the 21st Century: People, Planning and Politics (IHP/Comparative) SIT
Human Rights: Foundations, Challenges, and Advocacy (IHP/Comparative) SIT

Africa and the Middle East

Country City Program Provider
Egypt Alexandria IFSA-Butler
Ghana Accra SU Abroad
Jordan Amman SIT
Madagascar Antananarivo SIT
Morocco Rabat BU, SIT
South Africa Cape Town Arcadia, SU Abroad
Stellenbosch AIFS, Arcadia
Durban SIT
Tanzania Zanzibar BU
Uganda/Rwanda Kampala SIT
United Arab Emirates Sharjah API

Asia - Oceania

Country City Program Provider
Bhutan Bumthang District SFS
India & Bhutan Wisdom
China Beijing Alliance, IFSA-Butler, SU Abroad
Kumming SIT
Shanghai BU, Alliance, IFSA-Butler, SU Abroad
Xi'an Alliance
India Kolkata IPS-L
New Delhi SIT
New Delhi, Agra, Ladahk Wisdom
Pune Alliance, IFSA-Butler
Indonesia Bali SIT
Japan Kyoto SU Abroad
Nepal Kathmandu SIT
Patan, Bhaktipur, Kathmandu Wisdom
Singapore Singapore SU Abroad
Thailand & Cambodia   Wisdom
Tibet Central Tibet Wisdom
Kham Wisdom
Turkey Istanbul AIFS, SU Abroad

Australia - New Zealand

Country City Program Provider
Australia Adelaide IFSA-Butler
Auckland (& Northern New Zealand) SFS
Canberra IFSA-Butler
Sydney Arcadia, BU


Country City Program Provider
Austria Salzburg AIFS
Belgium Brussels BU
Czech Republic Prague AIFS
Denmark Copenhagen DIS
England Bath ASE
Brighton IFSA-Butler
Cambridge IFSA-Butler, Arcadia
Leeds API
London Arcadia, SU Abroad, AIFS, IFSA Butler, BU, API
Oxford IFSA-Butler
France Caen API
Grenoble API, BU, AIFS
Paris API, AIFS, Arcadia, BU, SU Abroad
Strasbourg SU Abroad
Germany Berlin AIFS, SU Abroad, API
Bonn Arcadia
Greece Athens AIFS, Arcadia, CYA, Wisdom
Iceland Reykjavik SIT
Solheimar SU Abroad
Ireland, Republic of Cork API, IFSA-Butler
Dublin API, Arcadia, BU, IFSA-Butler
Galway API, IFSA Butler
Limerick AIFS, API, Arcadia
Maynooth AIFS
Ireland, Northern Belfast IFSA Butler
Italy Bologna SU Abroad
Florence AIFS, API, Arcadia, SU Abroad
Lecce Arcadia
Padua BU
Perugia Arcadia
Rome AIFS, API, Arcadia
Siena IPSL
Syracuse Arcadia
Taormina API
Tuscany API
Venice BU, SU Abroad
Poland Krakow API
Russia St. Petersburg AIFS
Scotland Edinburgh Arcadia, IFSA Butler
Glasgow Arcadia
Stirling API, Arcadia, IFSA Butler
Spain Barcelona AIFS, API, Arcadia
Bilbao API
Granada AIFS, API, Arcadia
Madrid API, BU, SU Abroad
Mallorca Arcadia
Menorca BU
Salamanca AIFS, API
Seville API
Toledo Arcadia
Switzerland Geneva BU, SIT, SU Abroad

Latin America

Country City Program Provider
Argentina Buenos Aires AIFS,API, BU, IFSA Butler
Brazil Rio de Janeiro BU
Sao Paolo AIFS
Salvador SU Abroad
Chile Santiago IFSA-Butler, SU Abroad
Valparaiso API, Arcadia
Vina del Mar API
Costa Rica Atenas SFS
San Jose AIFS, API
San Joaquin de Flores API
Cuba Havana Arcadia
Dominican Republic Santiago delos Caballeros SU Abroad
Mexico Merida IFSA-Butler
Queretaro API
Peru Lima & Ayacucho BU
Cusco IPSL, SU Abroad
Lima IFSA-Butler

North America

Country City Program Provider
Turks & Caicos South Caicos Island, British West Indies SFS
USA Los Angeles BU
Washington, DC BU, American University
WoodsHole, MA SEA Semester

Winter Studies

Country City Program Provider
India Kolkata, Darjeeling & Sikkim Wisdom

Faculty-Led Academic Trips provide a remarkable opportunity for an intensive learning experience with a group of Saint Michael's College students and faculty. This year's trips reflect our commitment to international education and to experiential learning. We recognize that not all students can afford to study abroad for an entire semester, and these courses represent an exciting alternative. Trip destinations have been carefully selected to immerse students in their learning and to integrate their theoretical knowledge with the perspective of place. Most people will agree that this is the best way to learn and to retain knowledge. All trips meet the Experiential Learning Requirement if successfully completed.

If you have questions about any of these trips, please contact the faculty members who are indicated as the instructors for the course as soon as possible. Trip size will be limited, and a minimum number of students must register in order for the course to proceed. Travel expenses are paid by the students prior to the trip according to a schedule of payments established by the College. Academic Study Trips are not eligible for tuition remission. Half tuition is charged (per credit) during the winter or summer session.

Winter-Session 2014-2015

Sustainable Food Systems: Cuba
ES 335 (2 credits)
Prerequisite: ES 330 (fall 2014; 2 credits)
Global Issues LSC when both courses are taken
December 29, 2014 - January 8, 2015 (tentative)

A national priority for Cuba is to be self-sufficient with respect to food production. Currently, Cuba is far from meeting this goal and several competing ideas have emerged ranging from large scale agriculture to small organic farms. This two credit course will travel to Cuba to examine the various approaches to Cuban agriculture, how the intersection of culture, politics, and science has shaped the Cuban food system, and how Cuban farmers are trying to meet the food demands of the island. Students will interact with Cubans who work in the various points of the food system by visiting farms, markets, research stations, urban patio gardens, and restaurants that serve local foods.

Professor Michael Bosia,
Professor Mark Lubkowitz,
Professor Patti Delaney,

Tropical Ecology Study Tour: Costa Rica
BI 250 (2 credits)
December 29, 2014 - January 9, 2015

The course meets for five 1.5 hour classes in the fall before going to Costa Rica over the semester break. The first and last nights will be spent in the capital. The group will visit two sites: Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve (we also visit a neighboring premontane moist forest) and Selve Verde Preserve which is a premontane rain forest.  During the last full day at each site students gather data for a study that they have designed. Students analyze the data, and give an oral presentation of their findings. Activities at the sites include guided hikes, solo hikes, early morning bird walks, a boat ride, and night hikes. Students generate their study questions from observations made on these field trips.

Professor Peter Hope,
Professor Scott Lewins,

Music and Dance in Ghana (West Africa)
MU 272(2 credits)
MU 376 or 271 (must be taken before or after trip)
December 18, 2014 - January 7, 2015

Ghana, West Africa is a country rich in traditional music, dance, and other arts that are vital to social expression and identity. This study trip will bring you to Kopeyia, a village in the Volta Region of Ghana on the border with Togo. There you will have a rare chance to explore the rich musical traditions of the Ewe (pronounced "EH-vey") ethnic group under the guidance of master musicians and dancers of the Dagbe Center for Arts and Culture. Additionally, you will have time to explore the Volta Region via its beautiful traditional ceremonies, food, and daily life of the village while creating friendships that bridge the gap of distance and individual identity. Returning to Saint Michael's, the group will present their studies in a final concert/presentation at the end of spring semester.

This course has been approved as an LSC: Artistic Experience.

Professor Josselyne Price,
Brian Dukehart

Summer 2015

Environmental Study of Sustainable Places - Wales Fieldtrip: Wales, UK
ES 244 (2 credits)
Prerequisite:  ES 243 (2 credits; spring 2015)
May 14-27, 2015 (tentative)

In this study abroad trip, students will link ecological and aesthetic perspectives to witness how the Welsh have integrated a green sensibility to their cultural identity. We examine "place" by residing in a geo-global national park, interacting with environmental policy makers and artists, and walking within a historical landscape full of inspiring topography ancient relics and timeless villages.  Students will have the opportunity to engage in a research project (that may include an artistic inquiry) developed in the spring half course and implemented in Wales.

Application deadline - Monday, November 3, 2014: Application Form

Professor Jonathan Silverman,
Professor Jeff Ayres,

Applied Health and Development Approaches in East Africa: Tanzania
PO 354/MJD 354 (2 credits)
Prerequisite: PO 352/MJD 352 (2 credits; spring 2015)
Prerequisite for PO 352: PO 351
Prerequisite for MJD 352: MJD110
May 12 - June 2, 2015 (tentative)

This service learning course includes an intensive two week field course based at the Ilula Orphan Program (IOP) in Iringa, Tanzania. Students will travel to Tanzania to observe first-hand the development challenges related to HIV/AIDS, water scarcity, education, and poverty being addressed by the IOP. The service learning component of the course will involve updating the IOP's educational and development materials, including the website, and producing at least one completed grant application. Students will be expected to complete this work in a one-week work session following completion of the two weeks in-country.

Professor Patricia Siplon,
Jon Williamson

Chinese Media and Culture: China
MJD 226 (2 credits)
Prerequisite: Sophomore Standing and Permission of Instructor
May 14 - May 26, 2015

Our Beijing, China trip will be the culmination of a semester-long course in MJDA program on 21st century Chinese media and culture. The trip will involve a comparative cross-cultural perspective on the ways in which 21st century Chinese media users use new digital media platforms for work and play, news and information sharing, and how different Chinese individuals and organizations - the dissident artist Ai Wei Wei, the LongBow documentary film group, or the Chinese Communist Party - utilize the Internet for information sharing and surveillance.

Professor Traci Griffith,
Professor Rob Williams,

Culture and Society in Medieval Burgundy: France
HI/RS/AH/HU 280 (4 credits)
May 16 - June 3, 2015

This program offers students first-hand experience of living in the place of SMC's origins – a 12th-century abbey – while studying medieval history and culture in its original context. Classes held every other day in Pontigny prepare students for site visits the next day to castles, churches, cathedrals, battlefields, abbeys, archeological excavations, towns and cities, museums and libraries. In this way reading, studying and exploring the material remains of this culture are integrated.

Terryl Kinder (Distinguished Visiting Professor of Fine Arts), a practicing medieval archeologist, lives in the town of Pontigny and speaks fluent French. The places the students will visit are an integral part of her research and some are not otherwise open to the public.

This course satisfies the LSC in Historical Studies or Study of Christian Tradition and Thought.

Professor Terryl Kinder,
Professor Marie-France Nelson,

Media Nomads: Youth, Television, Trekking in the Buddhist Himalayas
Course # TBA (2 credits)
Prerequisite: spring 2-credit cultural anthropology course "Youth, Global Media and Indigenous Culture in the Himalayas"
June 7 - 24, 2015 (tentative)

Ladakh is a high-altitude desert on the Tibetan Plateau in the trans-Himalayan area of northern India between Pakistan and Tibet. It has often been described as “Little Tibet” and is predominantly Tibetan Buddhist.  Until the mid-1960’s when a road was built to link the region with the rest of the country, Ladakh remained almost totally isolated from the forces of modernization.  In 1975 the region was opened up to foreign tourists and the process of development began in earnest. This course involves anthropological field work on the current processes of globalization and the pressure to modernize among Buddhist youth in Ladakh, primarily focusing on the influence of television. What perceptions of “the West” do Ladakhi youth have? How do these influence their own conception of self, daily behaviors and visions of their future? What kinds of pressures to modernize does television now have on Ladakhi youth and how can a more critical awareness of many of television’s myths be taught?

For program details: Ladakh Poster

Professor Adrie Kusserow,
Professor Robert Lair,

Domestic Soldiers: Life in Wartime Britain (Bath, England)
*Course offered through Advanced Studies in England (4 credits)
June 6 - July 11, 2015

In Britain, World War Two is popularly known as the "People's War." In the propaganda of the war, every woman, man, and child in Britain played an integral role in the fight against the Nazi "menace." If official rhetoric stressed the importance of the ordinary Briton in wartime, German bombs underscored that significance: everyone was on the front line of the war. Across the United Kingdom, from London to Glasgow to Belfast, and even Bath, individuals and families endured high explosive, incendiary, and unmanned flying bombs that forever changed lives and the cityscapes people knew so intimately.

In this class, we will read the diaries of ordinary Britons and explore the war through their eyes. These diarists have left behind stories that have often been overlooked in the history of the war. They remind us that politics and battles were important, but at the same time, they played only a small role in ordinary people's lives. As we listen to their voices, we will follow them as they take shelter during the Blitz and walk through the rubble left behind, grapple with food scarcities and rationing, and struggle to live up to the demands of the People's War. The power of the People's War remains to this day, and understanding that power and the war as lived in Britain is, in large part, to begin to understand modern Britain.

Overnight Trip: To London, for the Imperial War Museum and the Churchill War Rooms. Additionally, a day hike out of Minehead for spectacular views and to walk in the footsteps of one of the diarists.

*This is not a SMC academic study trip. The course is offered by Advanced Studies in England (ASE), but will be taught by SMC Professor Jennifer Purcell, Students have the option of taking an additional 4 credit course, resulting in 8 credits earned for the summer session.

Contact the Study Abroad Office for information regarding registration.