Global Education South Pacific & Australia
As you consider the many options to study off campus, we encourage you to think about what enhances your academic experience overall, and, when possible, your major area of study. Keep this in mind as you browse the programs and talk with your academic advisor(s). The Global Education staff can help you find a program that best fits your needs and interests.
Please be aware that students must first apply to the Office of Global Education for approval to participate in an affiliate program. Priority will be given to upper-division students and students whose major or minor requires global study. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to schedule an appointment to learn more about the process.
Australia Studies Centre, Brisbane, Australia (CCCU)
The Australia Studies Centre is a program through BestSemester (CCCU) with a focus on international business and nonprofit management skills.. Experience the bustling activity of an international business hub as you examine key factors that shape business climate and economic performance. Travel throughout Australia, Indonesia, and other Asian countries to see the life-cycle of international business, manufacturing, and production as well as international trade firsthand. Experience Australia like never before and explore connections between your story and God’s bigger story of his work in the world.
Creation Care Studies Program, New Zealand
CCSP New Zealand is a semester-long program that explores biblical stewardship, first hand, as students study environmental issues in New Zealand. Designed for non-science majors, the program includes opportunities for study, reflection, research, and travel. Rigorous classes will give you direct field experiences and confront you with current world issues. CCSP readily awaits adventure seeking, biblically minded students, who want to take on the challenge of learning how to care for God’s earth and all its creatures—both human and non-human. This program is open to students with a minimum 2.75 GPA. (Open to all majors)