Faculty-Led Study Abroad
Students who want exposure to the world of work outside the United States but can’t or don’t want to spend a whole semester abroad can take advantage of PD2060, a three-credit course that focuses on professional practice, provides students with a broad overview of host country culture and etiquette, and exposes students to industry through international project-based work.
As part of the course, students will travel for one to two weeks during the semester break. Students travel with a group accompanied by a UC faculty member.
Students who are interested in co-oping, interning, or working abroad can learn not only from field experience but also from guided cultural awareness activities.
Courses Currently Offered
- Canada: Exploration of Health Technology Industry and Professional Practice in Vancouver
- Italy: Industry, Culture and Professional Practice Abroad
- Course number: PD2060
- Typically offered: Spring and Summer
- Credit hours: 3
- BOK electives: DC SCE / CM CT IL KI SR
Willie D. Clark III
Director and Assistant Professor, International Programs