Expand your horizons through travel
At SFA, we believe that some of the best educational experiences happen outside of the classroom. All SFA students have the opportunity to participate in exciting study abroad programs. And as a student in the Division of Multidisciplinary Programs, you can choose a study abroad program from nearly any department across campus, as long as it aligns with your coursework and career goals.
Past programs and destinations
Do you dream of seeing the world and meeting people from other cultures? Are you interested in seeing important historical sites? Get your passport ready and join us! Past study abroad programs have included:
- England. Our philosophy students studied critical thinking at London’s Sherlock Holmes Museum, learned about World War II hero and philosopher Alan Turing at Bletchley Park and toured Stonehenge as part of a unit on the philosophy of myth. We even stopped for a Harry Potter-themed photo at Platform 9 ¾ at King’s Cross Station.
- Greece: During this trip, our professor lectured on Classical Greek culture at the Acropolis in Athens, and students gave presentations in front of the Temple of Apollo. Students also explored important historic sites, including the Lion’s Gate in Mycenae and the Theater of Dionysus in Athens.
Travel opportunities for graduate students
Students pursuing a Master of Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in cultural heritage landscapes spend a semester at a UNESCO World Heritage Site in France.
Learn more about the Master of Interdisciplinary Studies graduate program.