Study Abroad

Put yourself on the map.

Travel Seminars with Faculty

Led by a Cal Lutheran faculty member, Travel Seminars take Cal Lutheran undergraduate students around the world to locations such as Britain, Costa Rica, Cuba, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, and Turkey.

Students enroll in a focused course on campus during the semester prior to departure. Upon completion of the semester, students are taken into the field for a two- to three-week period to put their classroom studies into context.

Disciplines include Art, Communication, English, Political Science, Religion, Sociology, and more. Core-21, major, or minor requirements may be fulfilled.

Information on upcoming travel seminars will be posted once it becomes available.

Upcoming Seminars

Cuba: Intersection of Culture & Politics
May 15 - May 27, 2017
Political Science 485
Dr Gregory Freeland

Japan's Ancient Capitals: Nara, Kyoto & Edo (Tokyo)
May 15 - May 30, 2017
History 485
Dr. David Nelson

Travel Seminar to Israel/Palestine
May 15 - Jun 4, 2017
Religion 485
Dr. Sam Thomas

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Magical Britain
Magical Britain

Previous Travel Seminars include:

  • Magical Britain
  • Japan: Exploring Japanese Society and Culture
  • Turkey: The History of Christianity and Islam
  • Imagining Venice: The Semiotics of La Serenissima
  • International Business Seminars (IBS) *offered summer and winter

See more past seminars