The sign of a top interdisciplinary education is one that provides opportunities that will prepare you for success in today’s global world. Opportunities that take you out into the world—even before you graduate.
By studying abroad, you’ll get the most out of your liberal arts and sciences education by getting out of your comfort zone and learning how to interact with people from other countries and cultures. Through this experience, you’ll gain confidence and leadership skills that will serve you in the future—no matter your career path or where you land in the world.
In addition to the study abroad opportunities available through the Global Engagement Office, you may also participate in the following through College of Arts and Sciences:
- Encuentro Dominicano (ED)—You can live and learn in the Dominican Republic, earning credit and serving the rural communities.
- Faculty-Led Programs Abroad (FLPA)—You’ll travel in the summer with a faculty-led group of students while taking a 3- or 6-credit course. You’ll spend two to four weeks in places like China, England, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Peru, Spain and Tanzania.
- Backpack Journalism—You’ll produce documentaries about people in developing countries and marginalized societies through this project, which is a collaboration of Creighton’s departments of Theology and Journalism, Media & Computing.
For more information, visit Study Abroad.