Expand your global perspective. Experience the people, places, and perspectives of the world with UVM’s Travel Study Programs.
UVM’s programs give students the opportunity to earn 3-6 UVM credits in 1-4 week programs, or 15-18 UVM credits during a Semester Abroad (14-16 weeks). All courses are led or taught by UVM faculty, who share their knowledge while exposing students to international settings. Travel study combines classroom learning with experiential learning. Students benefit from faculty expertise in a subject area and the experience of interacting with a local culture. Students report that studying abroad changes their lives in many ways and enhances what they are studying at UVM, opening doors to new possibilities and new ways of thinking. For those who have not travelled extensively, it’s an ideal opportunity to see the world for the first time.
UVM’s international courses take students around the globe to Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Europe. Courses are offered year-round, during the Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer semesters. Financial aid may be applied toward to cost of courses.
UVM’s international travel study program provides students the opportunity to focus on areas including: social justice, sustainable development, environmental studies, cultural communication and understanding, communities and social change, and service learning.
Anthropology: Field Work in Archaeology(ANTH 200 TR1)Quick Course ReviewQuick ViewCRN: 61906Credits: 3Instructors: Marieka Brouwer Burg
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