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AddRan College of Liberal Arts

Department of Sociology and Anthropology

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Study Abroad

Explore new horizons.

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Upcoming Programs


Exploring Central Europe: Hungary, Czech Republic, Austria, and Croatia

Students will spend 26 days in stunning east-central European cities that are bucket list destinations for visitors from around the world. From dramatic history, flamboyant architecture, imperial palaces, and landscapes featured in Game of Thrones, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Austria and Croatia have much to offer. Many students who have participated in this program have found it to “a life altering experience.” Apply early to secure your spot!

Dates: June 1, 2020 - June 26, 2020
Attributes: CA, GA, SSC
Open To: All Students

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Human-Animal Relationships in Borneo

Join us for an inspiring journey deep into the majestic rain forests of Indonesian Borneo to observe orangutan, proboscis monkeys, two species of macaque and a host of other amazing forest animals and exceptional flora. Our trip will take us into the forests of Tanjung Puting National Park to Camp Leakey, where students will learn first-hand from experts involved in orangutan rescue and rehabilitation about the social and cultural drivers of species endangerment and the extraordinary ongoing commitments of local people and non-profit conservation groups to save the orangutans and their forests. As we explore, we will have many opportunities to learn from locals about their deep connections to the forests and the culture and history of the area. The course is open to students from all majors and minors, but is especially relevant for Human-Animal Relationships minors, and majors and minors in Anthropology, Environmental Science and/or Sociology. Graduate students studying in areas related to environmental science or science education may enroll with special permission.

Dates: January 1, 2020 - January 11, 2020
Attributes: GA, CSV
Open To: All Students

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