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Faculty Led Programs

A Faculty Led Study Abroad is a short-term (typically one to four weeks, though length can vary) travel course that usually integrates experiential learning at the program site (whether domestic or international) with more traditional classroom experiences and assignments. It may also be non-credit bearing—as in a service-learning alternate spring break program. A Study Abroad is designed and led by one or more Flagler faculty members and typically involves about 7 to 30 students, depending on the number of faculty participating in the trip.

On a Faculty Led Study Abroad, the faculty leader(s) takes primary responsibility for the group of students, makes most on-site logistical arrangements (sometimes by contracting with a third-party provider like a tour agency) and is with the students for a bulk of the time abroad: the faculty director teaches the course (for credit-bearing experiences) and also leads and/or participate in all program activities and excursions

Faculty Led Student Application

  • Summer 2014
  • Summer 2015

Bermuda Study Abroad

Program Information

Program Leaders: Dr. Terri Seron & Barbara Blonder
Department: Natural Sciences
Program Location: Bermuda
Course Title: NAS 203 - Marine Biology
                      NAS 310 - Field Methods
Dates: 6/8/2014 - 6/15/2014
Credit Hours: 5 - 8 hours
Eligibility Requirements/Prerequisites: Environmental Science Minor or Coastal Environmental Science Major
Estimated Student Enrollment: 12
Estimated Cost: $2,950

Program Details

Spanish Immersion and Andean Culture

Program Information

Program Leaders: Aggie Johnson
Department: Humanities
Program Location: Cusco, Peru
Course Title: SPA 340A Special Topic, Myths, Legends, and Andean Culture
Dates: 5/31/2014 - 6/29/2014
Credit Hours: 7 to 9 hours
Eligibility Requirements/Prerequisites: SPA 202 and LAS 377
Estimated Student Enrollment: 12
Estimated Cost: $5,500

Program Details

World War II: D-Day & the Liberation of France (70 Year Anniversary)

Program Information

Program Leaders: Dr. J. Michael Butler
Department: Humanities
Program Location: England (London, Portsmouth); France (Caen, Roeun, Paris)
Course Title: HIS 340: D-Day & the Liberation of France
Dates: 6/2/2014 - 6/10/2014
Credit Hours: 3 hours
Eligibility Requirements/Prerequisites: N/A
Estimated Student Enrollment: 15
Estimated Cost: $5,575

Program Details

Study Abroad Rome, Italy

Program Information

Program Leaders: Tim Johson, Chris Balaschak
Department: Humanities & Art
Program Location: Rome, Italy
Course Title: HIST/REL 340 A, ART 409A Study Abroad
Dates: 05/10/2015 - 05/20/2015
Credit Hours: 3 - 6 hours
Eligibility Requirements/Prerequisites: Students who participate in any Flagler College study abroad program must have attempted 24 institutional hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA or above. Per the College catalog, students may take ART 409 with only departmental approval.
Estimated Student Enrollment: 18
Estimated Cost: $5,975

Program Details

World War II: The Fall of Nazi Germany (70 Year Anniversary)

Program Information

Program Leaders: Dr. J. Michael Butler
Department: Humanities
Program Location: Belgium (Bastogne); Germany (Frankfurt, Berlin, Nuremberg, Munich, Dachau); Austria (Salzburg)
Course Title: HIS 340: The Fall of Nazi Germany
Dates: 05/26/2015 - 06/04/2015
Credit Hours: 3 hours
Eligibility Requirements/Prerequisites: College eligibility for requirements for Study Abroad. Permission of Instructor.
Estimated Student Enrollment: 15
Estimated Cost: $3,786

Program Details