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Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs

Faculty-led study abroad programs offer the best of both worlds: on-campus classes at UNF plus an immersive experience abroad with your classmates and professor. Consider a faculty-led program to explore a particular business discipline from a different perspective while earning three credits.  These are great opportunities for students going abroad for the first time and/or students with obligations at home that make spending a summer or semester abroad more challenging. 

 

Contact us for more information or visit us in Honors Hall (Bldg. 10), Suite 2125.

Programs with UNF Credit

Faculty-led
 
 

Spring Break

 

Sustainable Business Practices in  Chile & Argentina*

GEO4956

Prerequisite : any ECO, ECS, GEO, or GIS course or permission of instructor

*This program is pending University final approval.

 

This course introduces students to sustainability in business, focusing on key sectors of the Chilean and Argentinian economies: renewable energy, agriculture/wine industry and mining. Participants will first learn about these fields through readings and site visits in and around Jacksonville, and then the class will travel to Chile and Argentina in southern South America. There, we will conduct business visits to learn about green energy and sustainable agriculture in the wine industry in both countries and learn about the countries' rich traditions and cultures. Economic, cultural and historical visit highlights include

  • UNCUYO University in Mendoza
  • UNESCO world heritage site Valaparaiso
  • Viña del Mar beach resort town
  • Mendoza and Santiago wineries

Travel Dates : March 10-19, 2023

Faculty Leaders: Dr. Chris Baynard and Dr. Charles Closmann

 Cost: TBD

 
Machu Picchu

 May

 

Economic Development & Service Learning in Peru*

GEB2956 

Prerequisite : First-year student status and good academic standing

*This program is pending University final approval.

 

Experience the business and economic issues facing one of the most interesting and important countries in South America. This program is open to all first year students at UNF, regardless of major.  Visit Lima, Peru’s capital, Cuzco and the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu, and interact with Peruvian communities and organizations working to foster economic development among the poorest groups in Peru. If you are interested in economic development, international economics, service learning, or doing business with Latin America, this course is for you. View our gallery and student video from a recent Peru study abroad group.


Travel Dates : May 7-29, 2023

Faculty Leaders : Dr. Andres Gallo & Dr. Matthew Leon 

Cost : TBD

   
 Bridge in Germany  

May Break

 

Study in Germany & Belgium*

ECO4956 

Prerequisite : ECO2013 or ECO3701 or permission of instructor

*This program is pending University final approval.

This short-term study abroad course in European economic integration is designed to offer students a case study for the application of principles and concepts from macroeconomics, monetary economics, and international economics. While travelling abroad students will interact with citizens, students, academics, and policymakers to obtain their professional and personal perspectives on the state of the union, its successes, and current challenges. Economic, cultural and historical visit highlights include

  • European Central Bank
  • Stadel Museum
  • Cologne Cathedral
  • Coudenberg Palace
  • European Commission
  • European Parliament

 

Travel Dates : May 6-13, 2023

Faculty Leaders Dr. Russell Triplett & Dr. Nilufer Ozdemir 

Cost : TBD