Faculty-led programs are short-term international opportunities that are developed and led by UW-Whitewater faculty and staff. Programs are often experiential in nature, incorporating active learning such as volunteer opportunities, tours, site visits, workshops, and research projects.
Patagonia: Sea Kayaking and Nature-based Toursim
RECREATIN 491/691 (More information coming out in January 2018)
Panama: Tropical Conservation
Geography and Environmental Science 491 (More information coming out in January 2018)
BEINDP 491 (More informatoin coming out in January 2018)
|More information coming out in January 2018
(some programs are still accepting applications)
COMDIS 491/691 (this program is full)
GEOLGY/PHYSIS 491 (see coordinator if spots are still available)
(this course is cancelled but might be offered in Spring 2019)
LSINDP/FRENCH 491 (accepting applications)
SOCIOLGY/CRIMJUS 491 (accepting applications)
BEINDP 491 (accepting applications)
POLISCI/EDUINDP 491 (Accepting applications)
ITSCM 491 (this course is cancelled but might be offered in Spring 2019)
COMM 491 (This course is full)
No summer term faculty-led programs. Look at study abroad options
Faculty-led programs consist of on-campus class meetings during the academic year, followed by a travel component of 1-4 weeks in length during a term break (e.g. winter break, spring break, or summer).
Faculty-led programs are an ideal option for students looking for a well-supported, group-based, short-term international experience. Additionally, faculty-led programs often relate to UW-Whitewater's unique curricular offerings, such as our distinctive Water Business program.
Faculty-led program offerings vary from year to year, so be sure to check this page, as well as our program search, for an up-to date list of upcoming programs
For additional information about faculty led programs, students can email or set up an appointment with Dan Colleran, Global Experiences Coordinator.
If you are a faculty member interested in proposing a new program, please visit our Faculty and Staff Resources page.