Faculty-led travel study trips are led by CBU professors and designed around specific courses. Travel study trips typically take place during fall, spring, and summer breaks. The duration of the programs range from one week to three weeks. Short-term study trips allow students to receive academic credit while being immersed in a new and exciting culture.
Journey to Cuba
March 2-19, 2019
CBU’s School of Sciences, in partnership with Saint Christopher Journeys, will lead a travel study trip in Cuba that focuses on healthcare and Lasallian projects. Some of the program features include visiting the Lasallian educational center, Catholic nursing homes, St. Lazarus shrine and leprosarium, and programs serving children with autism or Down Syndrome. In addition to learning about various aspects of healthcare, the program also includes an Old Havana walking tour and arts/crafts, and more. The program is open to all students.
Program Cost: $1,800
The program fee includes roundtrip airfare, travel/health insurance, housing, most meals, speaker stipends and museum entrances.
Please contact Dr. Jennifer Hitt at email@example.com or (901) 321-3465 for more information. Click here for the Journey to Cuba flyer.
Chemistry of Cooking in Spain
Join Dr. Anthony Trimboli on a 10-day travel study trip to explore Spain. Excite your palate and indulge your senses with the wonderful Spanish-inspired culinary masterpieces you will both sample and prepare. The Chemistry 105 course satisfies Science GER and Honors credits, and the course is open to students from all majors!
Program Cost: $2,800
This cost covers the Chem 105 course fee, multiple hands-on cooking classes, lodging, local site-seeing, travel/health insurance, at least two dinners at world class restaurants and more!
Please contact Dr. Anthony Trimboli at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Click here for the Chemistry of Cooking flyer.