Pathways to Study Abroad in Global Security and Emergency Management

A semester abroad can be incorporated easily into the Global Security and Emergency Management program and is strongly encouraged. Students are encouraged to explore study abroad options during the sophomore year or fall of the junior year.

A study abroad experience is invaluable for both the foundational focus on liberal arts as well as the major studies in Global Security and Emergency Management. Thinking comparatively and globally about security issues is essential for students who plan on working in the field.

More than 100 University-sponsored study abroad programs are available at some of the top universities around the world.

Since it is important that students plan ahead for study abroad, they should consult with their advisers as soon as possible and make their intentions known to the Department Chair and the Associate Dean of International Affairs.

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