College of the Environment Study Abroad Programs
College of the Environment students have the opportunity to take environmental studies classes in Europe and other parts of the world through a number of faculty-led study abroad summer programs:
Greece: Applied Studies in Mediterranean Sustainable Development: Ithaca Island and the Aegean
Mexico: International Business and Sustainability
Biocultural Diversity in Nepal
Wildlands Studies - Environmental Field Programs
The Department of Environmental Sciences partners with Wildlands Studies to provide international environmental field programs that offer participants firsthand experience with the critical issues facing our wild lands. Join Wildlands in sixteen different countries to learn field research, ecology, wildlife management, conservation, and cultural geography. Students earn credits, course grades factor into cumulative GPA, and six-week programs are eligible for financial aid. This is an affordable, environmentally-focused study abroad program and is very popular with College of the Environment students. To learn more, visit the Wildlands Studies website, or contact College of the Environment Student Advisor Kathy Patrick.
For more information, please visit Western's International Programs page.