Short-Term Faculty Led Options

Short-Term Faculty Led Options

Not all faculty-led programs are offered on an annual basis. 

What makes these programs unique?

  • Expert course content and leadership from NMU faculty and staff
  • Travel portion of the course is short-term, intensive, and economical in cost
  • Flexible option for students whose NMU schedule is packed during the fall and winter
  • Travel with friends, old and new! A comfortable strategy for students new to international travel

2019 - 2020 Faculty Led Options

  • Costa Rica (Ecotourism and Outdoor Recreation)
    • December 30 - January 10
    • Dr. David Kronk and Dr. Ryan Hines
  • Cuba (Geography)
    • February 29 - March 7
    • Dr. Sarah Mittlefehidt and Dr. Jessica Thompson
  • Bonaire (Human Performance - Scuba Diving)
    • February 29 - March 8
    • Dr. Cale Polkinghorne and Dr. Scott Thomas
  • Belize (Nursing and Health Education)
    • May 3 - May 13
    • Dr. Michelle Johnson and Dr. Natalie Buck
  • China (Broadcasting, World Cultures, Intercultural Communication)
    • May 1 - May 15
    • Dr. Z.Z. Lehmberg and Dr. Mark Shevy 
  • Ireland (Criminal Justice and Loss Prevention)
    • May 4 - May 13
    • Dr. Michael Harrington and Dr. Robert Hanson
  • Austria (German, History, Art and Design, International Studies)
    • May 9 - June 6
    • Dr. Robert Goodrich and Dr. Anna Zimmer
  • Salamanca (Spanish, International Studies)
    • May 4 - May 30
    • Dr. Michael Joy
  • New Zealand (Education Leadership and Public Service)
    • May 20 - June 22
    • Dr. Kristen White and Dr. Linda Ludwig
  • Tanzania (Education Leadership and Public Service)
    • July 7 - July 19
    • Dr. Joseph Lubig and Dr. Colleen Msuya
  • Scotland (Theater)
    • Dr. Bill Digneit and Dr. Paul Truckey
  • Canada (English and History)
    • August 17 - August 21
    • Dr. David Wood and Dr. Chet DeFonso