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Faculty-Led Programs

Faculty-Led programs usually consist of a short trip (10-days to 6 weeks) during which an OKCU faculty member will teach an intensive class. These programs frequently occur on the campuses of universities abroad, which allows students the opportunity to live in student housing owned by the host institution and take a second class taught by a professor of that host university. Students typically pay a program fee that covers tuition, housing, some meals, and class-related excursions. Airfare may or may not be included in the program fee.

ACADEMIC CREDIT: Students will earn OKCU credit for the class taught by the faculty leader and usually transfer credit for the course taught by a professor from the host institution, though this varies by program.

Enrollment for spring break and summer 2019 faculty-led programs opens on October 1 each year and closes on January 15 unless otherwise noted on the program's web page.

2019 FACULTY-LED PROGRAMS


2018 FACULTY-LED PROGRAMS

  • Celtic Christianity in Ireland
  • Community Health in Belize
  • Community Health in Oaxaca
  • Theatre in London
  • Travel Writing in Italy

2017 FACULTY-LED PROGRAMS

  • British Media in London
  • Primate Behavior in Costa Rica
  • On-Camera Acting in Paris
  • Community Health in Belize
  • Creative Writing in Italy
OKCU students in costume strike a pose at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Contact the Office of Global Engagement

studyabroad@okcu.edu

405-208-5259 or 405-208-5270

Clara Jones Administration Building, 4th Floor, Suite 438

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