The world is waiting to teach you
Want to enrich your academic experience and enhance your career options? Our Study Abroad opportunities provide optimal paths for learning new languages, gaining valuable skills, and creating rich memories.
Retrace the footsteps of British royalty in ancient English castles. Order a buttery croissant under the Eiffel Tower. See the Scriptures burst into color at the Sea of Galilee. Or run a life-changing youth retreat in Japan.
Short-term opportunities (10-12 days)
The English Department will be traveling to Ireland with a tour that will include visits to Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Belfast, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Dublin Writer’s Museum. Attention will also be given to famous Irish writers, including James Joyce, Seamus Heaney and Oscar Wilde. For more details, contact English Department Chair Dr. Doug Schaak at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global Studies Department
The Global Studies Department offers a three-credit Global Immersion course (IS 310), which includes a guided trip to Costa Rica or Israel. This course generally runs in spring or summer.
The Global Studies degree also offers semester abroad programs in association with partnering organizations in 15 countries. Degree concentrations in international regional areas are also available
The History Department offers a three-credit Tudor-Stuart England course (HST 352), which includes a guided trip to historical sites in London, Oxford and more.
The History Department offers a three-credit Early Modern France course (HST 358), which includes a guided trip to historical sites in Paris.
TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Department
The TESOL Department offers a three-credit overseas teaching practicum (LIN 458 / LIN 558) where students lead a week-long English camp for Japanese youth in cooperation with Youth Harvest Church of Suma, Japan.
For more details, contact Linguistics/TESOL Department Chair Kristyn Kidney at email@example.com.
Youth Ministry Department
The Youth Ministry offers a three-credit Global Youth Ministry course (YM 315), which includes a guided trip to Europe or Japan. This course generally runs in the spring.
Multnomah University has partnered with three organizations that offer semester-long study abroad options for most degrees offered at Multnomah. Contact your academic advisor for more details.
BestSemester offers twelve off-campus and study abroad programs around the world through the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU).
- Costa Rica
- Los Angeles
- Middle East
- Washington D.C.
For more details, visit the BestSemester website and contact your academic advisor.
GO ED. seeks to end poverty by transforming and equipping the next generation of Christians to change the world.
For more details, visit the GO ED. website and contact your academic advisor.
LCC International University is a nationally and internationally recognized liberal arts institution in Klaipėda, Lithuania. Established in 1991 by a joint venture of Lithuanian, Canadian and American foundations, LCC has distinguished itself in the region by offering a unique, future-oriented style of education and an interactive academic environment.
Veritas provides multiple study opportunities around the world. All programs are designed to include mission experience and education, both in and out of the classroom.
- Costa Rica
- South Korea
- Dominican Republic
For more details, visit the Veritas website and contact your academic advisor.
*Cultural Immersion and Language Studies are included with many of these programs. Various internships may be completed as part of the study abroad options as well. Contact your academic adviser for additional information in order to ensure the best curricular fit for your major. Brochures and catalogs for these organizations are available through the Global Studies Department and the History Department offices.