MU Professor-Led Courses Abroad
MU Courses Abroad
Millersville University courses abroad are short-term courses that are coordinated by MU professors. They are generally offered during the summer or winter sessions, however, occassionally there are also trips planned during spring break. Courses vary in length and usually require additional class meetings before the trip, or upon return.
Past courses have taken place in Iceland, Costa Rica, South Africa, England, and Northern Ireland. New offerings are continually under development, so check this webpage frequently for updates!
If you are interested in participating in one of Millersville's courses abroad, it is important to plan early and contact the professor offering the course as soon as possible. Each course has a limited number of participants allowed and the courses tend to fill up quickly. For more information, review the links listed in the "Current Courses" section below for detailed information about each course and how to apply.
MU Service Learning/Cultural Experience Abroad
Another opportunity to go abroad for a shorter-term experience includes participating in a Service Learning or Cultural Learning Trip. An important difference between an MU Course Abroad and a MU Service Learning/Cultural Experience Trip is that Service learning/ Cultural Experiences are generally not for academic credit.
Students participate in these trips in order to have a high impact experience, volunteer in a country that is of need, or simply because they are interested in traveling to that location.
Some professors may offer an independent study attached to the Service Learning or Cultural Experience, though if students are interested they should coordinate those details with the professor organizing the trip.
Each course is typically 3 credits; however, the number of credits then can be earned varries. Therefore, we strongly suggest that you review each course's "Program Offerings" to determine how the course can best help you make academic progress. Some course offerings count as General Education classes and/or General Education requirements.