The Department of Social Sciences offers undergraduate students diverse opportunities for real-world archaeological fieldwork and research, international experience, and professional development.
If you are ready to take your education abroad, consider the Study Abroad program. Study abroad typically varies from one semester to one year in length. The benefits of international study and travel include intercultural awareness, sensitivity, and communication skills, as well as exposure to different geographic regions, perspectives, and cultures of the world.
At this time Michigan Tech is continuing to plan for successful study abroad trips in summer 2016.
Spend five weeks participating in the first study abroad edition of Global Issues. Visit Paris, France, and London, England, to gain lifelong memories at popular museums, historic sites, and excursions in daily life in a foreign city.
Borderlands and Battlegrounds
This four-week Michigan Tech faculty-led Study Abroad summer program takes place in Carlisle, England at the University of Cumbria from July 11–Aug. 6, 2016. Students and staff will explore northern England and southern Scotland through a mix of course options, field trips, and site visits. For 2016 the faculty will be Steven Walton (Social Sciences: history) and Ron Strickland (Humanities: literature). For more information contact either faculty member or see our full information page (coming soon).
Information sessions from 5-6pm in Academic Office Bldg. rm. 201 on Tuesday October 6, Wednesday October 14, Thursday November 5, and Wednesday November 11. Come find out about the program!