May Term

Incredible fun one-month May terms. Travel to distant places with your favorite professor, stay on campus and take classes in environmental art or robotics or take part in the Lambda Chi Alpha wiffleball tournament.

Off campus topics and locations

19th Century Art & Architecture
Paris, France

Tropical Biology
Belize

Business Leadership
New York City

"Drawing II in Italy focused on refining drawing and conceptual skills beyond the beginning level by learning from the Renaissance Masters on location in Florence and Rome, Italy."

Roman Italy
Rome, Pompeii

Applied Video Communication
London & Stratford

Turkish Economy & Culture
Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir

20th Century Ireland
Dublin, Galway, Derby

Shakespeare in England
Stratford & London

National Parks
Grand Canyon

Field Study at Ghost Ranch
New Mexico

German Conversation
Ansbach, Berlin, München, etc

Math History
London

Ancient Temples in China
China

Spanish Conversation
Mexico

Spanish Conversation
Ecuador

Early Christianity in Italy
Ravenna, Rome

Drawing Abroad
Berlin, German

"For 17 days we hit all the sights of Rome, Pompeii, and The Island of Capri, and we studied the art, architecture, history, religions, philosophies of the time. While in Rome we saw the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Vatican City – Sistine Chapel, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, and other land marks; Pompeii – we hiked up Mount Vesuvius and explored the old Pompeii city; The Island of Capri we got to experience seeing Villa Jovis and the view of Sorrento!"

Forensic Science
Washington, DC

Economics of the European Monetary Union
Brussels, Belgium

Labor Economics
Washington, DC

Florence in the Age of Dante & Petrarch
Florence, Rome, Italy

Politics & Society in Contemporary Africa
South Africa

Cultural Adaptation of Native Americans
New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado

French Conversation
Cannes, France

ON campus courses

Environmental Art
Studio Art

Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art
Art History

Plant Taxonomy
Biology

Managing Not-for-Profit Organization
Business Scholars Program

Cross-Cultural Communication
Communication

Introduction to Robotics
Computer Science

Labor Economics
Economics

Children's Literature
Education

Lost in Jane Austen
English

Sand Volleyball
Health and Fitness

Nutrition
Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology

American Music
Music

Cyber Psychology
Psychology

World Cinema
Theater