Now that everyone is back from the Winter 22-23 programs, we turn our full attention to Summer 2023.
But here are a last few images from our time on-site during the winter programs.
Now we launch into Summer 2023.
Pricing posted on web.
Belize Anthropology Field School – June 13 to July 12
Spend a month in Belize doing field research with an experienced Northern Kentucky University faculty member. Gain valuable skills such as ethnographic interviewing to develop an appreciation for Belizean cultural diversity.
Find more information about this program on Dr. Hume’s website.
Belize: Land & Sea – May 16 to 29
Experience a tropical rainforest and coral reef just miles apart. Belize offers fascinating biological features that characterize these systems as you observe the interactions between humans and their environment. In the rainforest, see iguanas, howler monkeys and leaf cutter ants while gaining insight into the Mayan culture and its use of medicinal plants. On the coral reef, the longest in the Western Hemisphere, swim with brilliantly colored reef fish among the diverse assemblage of corals, sponges, and other invertebrates.
Ireland: One Island, Two Countries – Jun 17 – July 3
Study across an island divided by a border, but joined in history. The program takes you to both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. From Dublin, the capital of the Republic, we’ll uncover the cultural significance behind Glendalough, Trinity College and places made famous by such writers as James Joyce and Jonathan Swift.
Then we’ll head to Northern Ireland (part of the United Kingdom), tracking the history of Ireland, ancient and modern, stopping at the magnificent coastal World Heritage Site, the Giant’s Causeway, and visiting locations associated more recently with the Troubles in Belfast and Derry.
London Mid-Summer – July 8 to 23
London is a metropolis made up of hundreds of communities. Become part of the city while your explore the many secrets that make London special.
London Summer – June 3 to 24
Make London your home. CCSA’s three-week program enables you to experience the great city while earning 3 or 6 hours of credit (specific paired course only) along with faculty and students from across the United States. Beyond the classroom and field trips, the schedule will enable you to explore the world outside of London on weekends.
We look forward to providing exciting global learning courses now and into the future in collaboration with our member institutions, our faculty, our on-site teams, and especially our students.