CLA Departmental Programs

CLA Departmental Programs are designed and led by Purdue College of Liberal Arts faculty specifically for Purdue students. Generally, you'll be abroad with other Purdue students and a faculty member. Depending on the length of the program, students can earn between one and nine credits in classes taught by Purdue professors. These programs tend to provide more support and security for students than other study abroad programs. 

2019 CLA Departmental Programs
Spring Break

Ancient Greece
Prof. Nick Rauh 

Anatolian Archaeology Field School
Prof. Nick Rauh 

Creative & Cultural Expression
Prof. Joel Ebarb 

Communication, Culture & Risk
Prof. Torsten Reimer 

From Myth to Philosophy: Ancient Greece
Prof. Lynn Parrish

Communication & Culture in Tuscany
Prof. Evan Perrault 

Sport & Spectacle in Paris and Berlin
Profs. Jessica Sturm and Jennifer William

Culture and History in Ghana
Prof. Marlo David 


Ethnographic Field Methods: The Amazon
Prof. Laura Zanotti

Romantic Ireland
Prof. Maren Linett

Global Communication in Barcelona
Prof. Brian Smith 

Purdue on the Rhine (War and Memory in Germany and France)
Prof. Will Gray

Morocco Study Abroad
Prof. Ahmed Idrissi Alami 


Food, Fashion, and Music
Prof. Nadege Veldwachter


Summer in Madrid
Prof. Inigo Sanchez-Llama

Global Internship in Lima
Prof. Song No 

Summer in Palma de Mallorca
Prof. Alejandro Cuza 

Global Internship in Seoul
Prof. Yonsoo Kim 

Trieste Summer Abroad
Prof. Annalisa Mosca 

For more information about these programs, please contact the program leaders or search for the programs here

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