Upcoming Trips/Course Offerings
Florence, Rome, Athens & Delphi
Approximate dates: March 9-March 18, 2023 • Cost: $3755 (not including tuition)
Scholarships available. • Payment plans available.
HUM 119: Intercultural Studies in Italy and Greece
Contact: Professor Jamilet Ortiz.
Approximate dates: March 13 – 17, 2023 • Cost: 3,500 (not including airfare)
Scholarships available for students and payment plans are available • Passport Required
Contact: Dean Robin Avant.
Expand your Education and Exploration through the upcoming study abroad opportunity in the Dominican Republic. Study abroad and international studies provide a unique opportunity for global interconnectedness, global knowledge, appreciation and respect for culture, different languages, history, and geography. It expands the worldviews and perspectives of the explorer whereby building upon the cognitive thinking, global citizenship, and global competencies. Exploration will include learning about the islands agriculture, conservation work, marine identification and historical tours of the Taino and Hispaniola culture. The trip will also include the pristine waterfalls, horseback riding, snorkeling and more! This opportunity if open to all learners!
Study abroad is an increasingly important part of the college experience. Exploring new cultures can be life changing, and many students point to their time abroad as the defining aspect of their education. HCC offers the opportunity to travel internationally and earn college credit. Faculty-led international education programs offer a great alternative to the traditional study abroad experience. Competitively priced, these tours give you the flexibility to take your coursework around the globe in just 1-2 weeks.
College Credit: All trips are components of either HUM 119 or a Special Topics course. All student travelers are required to enroll in the associated course in order to take part in the trip. 3-6 credits may be earned as well as fulfillment of major or elective requirements such as Humanities, Social Phenomena II and Global Knowledge.
For more information about earning college credit, contact Prof. Jamilet Ortiz.