Study Abroad

Why study abroad?

Study abroad is an opportunity to experience different cultures and challenge your view of the world. The experience gives you a firsthand account of how cultural and environmental factors influence how we think, feel, and behave. Study abroad also gives you a chance to develop a more diversified educational portfolio better preparing yourself for a global marketplace and for the challenges you will face in your profession.

A recent study abroad

History of Psychology in Europe (May 2018)

group photo of psychology study abroad tour

Professors Danny Hayes, Amber Mahan, and Jim Nevitt led a study abroad trip to Europe in May 2018. Students toured Vienna, London and Amsterdam as they learned about topics within Psychology, Criminal Justice, Social Science, Art and History.

History of Psychology in Europe (May 2016)

In May of 2016, seventeen students along with three sponsors visited London, Paris and Amsterdam on a ten-day “History of Psychology” tour. While in London, they visited the British Museum of Natural History, took the “Jack the Ripper Tour”, visited Darwin’s Down House and the Freud museum where Sigmund Freud lived during his last years with his daughter Anna Freud. In Paris, students and faculty visited the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and attended a lecture on Psychoanalysis. The trip concluded with a canal ride and visits to the Anne Frank House and Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

For information on current study abroad opportunities, visit Study Abroad.