Study Abroad Programs

Ferris students in India for Spring Break 2011

Ferris students in India for Spring Break 2011

Short-Term Faculty Led Programs

Short-term programs usually range from two to four weeks, and you can earn three to six credits. It is a great stepping stone, introducing you to studying outside the United States. These programs are academic classes led by professors who conduct the international program.

Summer 2017 Programs Listing

Country Faculty Course(s)

Costa Rica

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Ana Davila-Howard,
Eric Warner

SPAN333: Contemporary Culture and Society of Latin America

SPAN343: Hispanic Cinema

El Salvador Michael Berghoef SWCK380: International Social Work
France Connie Meinholdt PSYC390: French Psychology, Health & Culture

Germany and Austria

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Spence Tower, Derek Drake

MGMT305: Managerial Leadership

GERM331: German Culture

Haiti

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Rita Walters

SWCK390: International Engagement in Haiti

Italy (Arts and Sciences)

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John Caserta, Mike Ryan

LANG100: Italian for Business and Travel

LITR241: World Short Fiction

LITR243: Literature and Film

BIOL280: Applied Fermentation

Italy (John Cabot University)

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Patrick Bishop

MKTG290: Influence & Culture in Business Relationships

Martinique

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Dan Noren

FREN280: Francophone Literature in Translation

FREN331: French Culture

New York/DC

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John Gray, Rachel Foulk PHIL350: Special Topics in Philosophy
Russia (Kazan) Tracy Busch, Lilia Caserta

HIS373: 20th Century Russia

ENGL250: English 2

LANG103: Russian for Business and Travel

Scotland (ASC)

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John Caserta, Mike Ryan

LITR241: World Short Fiction

LITR243: Literature and Film

BIOL280: Applied Fermentation

Scotland (COEHS) Brady Flachs

EDUC415/508: Instruction of Exceptional Learners

EDUC289: Principles of Teaching and Learning

Spain

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Scott Cohen, Christine Vonder Haar

MUSI232: Music and Culture

ENGL250: English 2

Sweden 

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Kim McVicar HCSA390: Global Health Perspectives: The Swedish Healthcare System