Faculty across the college are leading Spring 2019 education abroad program in countries around the world.  Majority of these programs are open to all students. Questions may be directed to Susan Meredith, EA Advisor for the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

Agricultural Economics in Argentina 

  • On-Campus Spring Course, Travel Dates: March 9 - 24 
  • Earn three credits: AEC 361: International Agribusiness
  • Program Directors: Dr. Todd Davis, Dr. Tyler Mark

Equine/Animal Science in England

  • On-Campus Spring Course, Travel Dates: May 7 - 19 
  • Earn three credits: EQM/ASC 333: Exploring Livestock Systems
  • Program Director: Dr. Camie Heleski
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    r. Heleski will host a drop-in Q&A on Tuesday, October 23 between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. in N212 of the Ag Science Center. 

Family Sciences in Scandinavia 

  • On-Campus Spring Course, Travel Dates: May 5 - 12 
  • Earn three credits: FAM 475 or HSE 595
  • Program Directors: Dr. Amy Kostelic, Dr. Tracey Werner-Wilson
    The program directors are hosting an information session on Monday, October 29 at noon in room 205A of the Wethington Building. Free pizza will be available.

Equine Studies in Germany and the Netherlands

  • On-Campus Spring Course, Travel Dates: May 6 - 17
    The course will meet on Mondays from 8:00 to 8:50 a.m. in 227 Barnhart.
  • Earn three credits: AEC 300/EQM 396: Equine Study Abroad
  • Program Director: Dr. Jill Stowe

Hospitality in London  Application deadline has passed

  • Full Spring Semester Program, Dates: January 6 - April 25
  • Earn a full semester of credit (visit webpage for info)
  • Program Director: Dr. Jason Swanson

Entomology in Peru (Restricted to Graduate Students)

For more program options, including Summer 2019  programs, click here