Each year, University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) offers University faculty the opportunity to teach abroad at one of USAC's 27 specialty program locations. The Visiting Professor program allows University students who are studying abroad to take courses in just about any discipline imaginable and allows faculty from the University and other affiliated universities to teach students from universities around the United States in an international setting.
During the 2018-2019 academic year, five faculty members will be teaching classes overseas. Here are the classes that will be taught:
Summer Session I
San Sebastián, Spain
Food Writing and Photography (JOUR, 300-level, 3 credits)
Business Communications and Social Media (BUS/COM, 400-level, 3 credits)
Reggio Emilia, Italy
Education in Global Contexts (EDU, 300-level, 3 credits)
Heredia, Costa Rica
Education Workshop/Project: Gender Issues in Education (EDU, 400/600-level, 3 credits)
San Ramon, Costa Rica
Communication and Language Disorders (SPA, 400-level, 3 credits)
Prerequisite: any course related to "Speech and Language Development"
Articulation and Phonological Disorders (SPA, 300-level, 3 credits)
Prerequisite: Any course on "Phonetics" and "Speech and Language Development"
More than 100 University faculty have taught abroad with USAC. Professors interested in learning more about USAC's Visiting Professor Program can email email@example.com.
USAC offers study abroad programs in the following countries:
- Costa Rica
- Czech Republic
- New Zealand
- South Africa
Students who are interested in studying abroad and learning what classes are available should visit the USAC website or visit the USAC office located on the first floor of the Virginia Street Gym. Students can still apply to study abroad for summer, fall, and spring program.