Michigan Tech faculty-led programs are typically offered in the summer. This program is the perfect opportunity for those who want the international academic experience but are unable to go for a full semester. Courses are taken for academic credit and this program is designed to meet Global Literacy student learning goals. Course length and credit load varies, although most courses are designed to spend 2 to 3 weeks abroad and carry 3 or 6 credit hours.
You’ll be accompanied and taught by faculty from Michigan Tech. Faculty-led programs are often more economical than other study abroad options. These programs are often shorter in length for students who cannot spend a semester or year abroad.
Learn a foreign language and culture while obtaining first-hand railroad engineering experience in Finland, explore the issues of history and archaeology in Cumbria and southern Scotland, or analyzing the 21st century economy and foreign policies in Estonia. These opportunities are all possible through faculty-led programs.
Above are some examples of programs that have been offered. Faculty interested in leading a trip should consult the Provost's Office for more information.
Don't miss out on an international learning experience! Be sure to meet with the Michigan Tech Study Abroad Advisor for guidance. To learn more about our summer study abroad programming select a country above.