History Handbook - Study Abroad

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Students interested in study abroad have many options. Students can contact Dr. Charles Weber for information on the May in East Africa Program or the HNGR office for opportunities with Wheaton 's Human Needs and Global Resources program. Other departments on campus also sponsor study abroad options. For more information, students can also consult their academic advisor in the History Department and the History Department Office Coordinator for materials on other study abroad programs.

Wheaton College also is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU), which offers a semester in Washington and numerous study abroad programs appropriate for history majors. Most CCCU programs feature a semester in such locations as China , Costa Rica , Egypt , England , Russia , Uganda , and Australia . In some areas students live together in a dorm-like situation and in others they live with a host family. These are excellent programs for students seeking a faith-based community as well as cross-cultural experience and study. For more information on the CCCU semester programs, check their student program website and talk with your advisor or the History Department chair.

Students interested in study abroad have many options. Students can contact Dr. Charles Weber for information on the May in East Africa Program or the HNGR office for opportunities with Wheaton 's Human Needs and Global Resources program. Other departments on campus also sponsor study abroad options. For more information, students can also consult their academic advisor in the History Department and the History Department Office Coordinator for materials on other study abroad programs.

Wheaton College also is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU), which offers a semester in Washington and numerous study abroad programs appropriate for history majors. Most CCCU programs feature a semester in such locations as China , Costa Rica , Egypt , England , Russia , Uganda , and Australia . In some areas students live together in a dorm-like situation and in others they live with a host family. These are excellent programs for students seeking a faith-based community as well as cross-cultural experience and study. For more information on the CCCU semester programs, check their student program website and talk with your advisor or the History Department chair.