In addition, the Honors Program has partnered with study abroad programs in both Scotland and Costa Rica
In order to receive honors credits for these study abroad programs, one or more Honors Contract must be completed
Contact Jason Swedene with any questions.
Spring Semester: January 26-May 12, 2017
As a participant in the spring program you will be required to enroll in a minimum of 12 credits, including Scotland: Society and Globalization, a wide-ranging course that explores different aspects of contemporary Scottish society. Your courses will run throughout the entire semester, similar to most courses on your home campus. Wednesday afternoons are reserved as a time for field experiences related to your coursework.
The semester program fee of $8,500 includes:
12-18 credits of tuition
Accommodation in a shared room
Breakfast Sunday-Saturday while classes are in session
Lunch and dinner Monday-Thursday while classes are in session
Use of a basic mobile phone
Class field trips and activities
Opportunities to participate in free day long trips in the region
CISI health insurance
24 hour staff support
POLI 377 Scotland: Society & Globalization/Scottish Professor Gerry Mooney/3 cr. (required)
HIST 277 British History/Scottish Professor Joyce Miller/3 cr.
CDGE Scotland: Heritage and Culture/Scottish Professor Gerry Mooney/3 cr.
CHLD 440 Family and Culture/James Geidner/UW-Superior/3 cr.
CHLD 477 Forests and Fairies of Scotland/James Geidner/UW-Superior/3 cr.
SOCY 277 Human Sexuality/James Geidner/UW-Superior/3 cr
COMM 177 Media & Society/Fay Akindes/UW-Parkside/3 cr
COMM 377Gender, Race, Class & Sexuality in Media/Fay Akindes/UW-Parkside/3 cr.
USEM 100 Career Exploration in an International Setting/On-site Course Mentor (Resident Director of Academics)/3 cr.
Summer Program: May 27-August 11, 2017
As a participant in the summer program, you have the flexibility to design your own experience. The summer 2017 program will offer three 3-week modules. (Note: summer 2018 and beyond will offer two 4-week modules during the summer). You enroll in one 3-4 credit course/module. You can choose to participate in a single module, or multiple modules during the course of the summer.
The summer program fee is dependent on the number of modules you enroll in.