International Programs

Summer / Short Term Programs

Each summer, the CU Study Abroad office offers various Cedarville courses in international locations. These courses are taught by Cedarville professors and are open to Cedarville students who have a 3.0+ GPA and have completed two terms at Cedarville University (College Now terms do not count). Some courses are specialized for specific majors, but most are general education courses. Pursuing as short-term study abroad program is ideal for students whose major does not have the flexibility for a semester abroad.

Most programs cost around $5,000 including tuition, housing, insurance, and fees. Airfare is not included, but group flights may be available with students paying for their flight cost individually. Students interested in these programs will need to apply by February 1.

El Capitan, Half Dome, and Bridalveil Fall reflected on Merced river in Yosemite National Park.

Geology of National Parks

Dates: May 11 - 27, 2022

Location: Various National Parks, USA

Course: Taught by Prof. Tom Rice

  • GSCI 1030 "Geology of National Parks" (3.5 credits)
    • This course satisfies the physical science general education requirement. 

Cost: ~$4,844, plus flights

Cost includes:

  • Tuition (3.5 credits)
  • Fees
  • Housing
  • Some meals

Application Due: February 1, 2022

After the first 10 registrants, students will be placed on a wait-list.

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O'Brien's Tower, marks the highest point of the Cliffs of Moher, on the western Atlantic Ocean coastline of Ireland in the Burren region of County Clare

CU in Ireland

Dates: May 9 - 27, 2022

Location: TBD, Ireland

Courses: Taught by Dr. Chuck Elliott, Dr. Mark Gathany, Dr. Alicia McCartney

Students may take one course.

  • BIO 4880 “Ecology & Environment of Ireland” (4 credits)
  • COM 2140 “Intercultural Communication” (3 credits)
    • This course satisfies the humanities elective general education requirement.
  • ENVS/GSCI 1110 “Environment: Science, Sustainability, & Stewardship” (4 credits)
    • This course satisfies the physical science general education requirement.
  • LIT 2XXX “Literature Course TBD” (3 credits)
    • This course satisfies the literature general education requirement.

Cost: ~$4,229 - ~$5,987, plus flights

Cost includes:

  • Tuition (2 - 4 credits)
  • Fees
  • Housing
  • Some meals
  • Insurance

Need Passport: Yes

Need Visa: No

Application Due: February 1, 2022

After the first 10 registrants, students will be placed on a wait-list.

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Valencia, Spain - April 11th 2019: A view of the stunning exterior of the headquarters of the Banco de Valencia, or Bank of Valencia, in the historic city of Valencia in Spain.

Summer in Spain

Dates: Various dates throughout May - July, 2022

Students may attend one or both sessions. 

  • Session A: May 15 - June 17, 2022
  • Session B: June 19 - July 22, 2022

Location: Valencia, Spain

Courses: Taught by faculty at the Institute of Spanish Studies

Students are encouraged to take 5 - 9 credit hours per session.

  • All Spanish major and minor courses
  • Spanish internships, practicums, clinical experiences
  • Most courses for the Spanish for Healthcare Personnel minor and the Certificate in Medical Spanish

Cost: Varies depending on credit load and number of sessions attended. 

  • One Session (1 - 4 credits)
    • ~$4,819 plus flights
  • One Session (5 - 9 credits)
    • ~$8,951 plus flights
  • Two Sessions (1 - 4 credits per session)
    • ~$4,839 - ~$8,395 plus flights
  • Two Sessions (5 - 9 credits per session)
    • ~$9,219 - ~$16,103 plus flights

Cost includes:

  • Tuition (1 - 9 credits)
  • Fees
  • Housing
  • Meals
  • Insurance

Need Passport: Yes

Need Visa: No

Application Due: February 1, 2022

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Decorative building in Seol Korea.

CU in South Korea

Dates: May 7 – 27, 2023

Location: TBD, South Korea

Courses: Taught by Dr. Dan Clark, Dr. Christine Kim

  • LIT 3460 "Contemporary East Asian Literature" (3 credits)
    • This course satisfies the literature general education requirement.
  • HIST 3210 “History & Politics of Asia” (3 credits)
    • This course satisfies the history elective general education requirement.
  • POLS 2100 “Intro to Korean Language & Culture” (2 credits)

Cost: TBD

Cost includes:

  • Tuition (2-5 credits)
  • Fees
  • Housing
  • Some meals
  • Insurance

Need Passport: Yes

Need Visa: No

Application Due: February 1, 2023

After the first 6 registrants per course, students will be placed on a waitlist.

 

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