Study Abroad

There are many study abroad opportunities available in Community, Environment, and Development (CED).

The College of Ag Sciences provides semester-abroad programs geared specifically toward agriculture, study tours associated with particular courses, and summer programs. Studying abroad adds breadth and depth to your personal and intellectual experiences, raises your self-confidence, and greatly expands your world perspective.

Learn about opportunities to study abroad

CED Study Away Courses

Courses with a domestic travel component:

Immerse yourself in the indigenous communities of the Great Lakes. Learn about indigenous world view, cultural practices, and unique ways of knowing with a combined course and cultural engagement experience. CED 400 is an interdomain (GH/GS) General Education class as well as a U.S. Cultures course.