Programs

The study abroad programs listed on this page are administered by individual campuses ("sponsor") and are open to students from any South Dakota Board of Regents campus.

Sort by program name, dates, or the sponsoring campus (click the column heading below to change the sort). You can also use the search box on this page to find programs by academic discipline (e.g., ANTH, STEM, etc.) or country.
Program Name Sort descending Start Date End Date Sponsor Tags
SDSU students study abroad in Australia Australia: Agriculture and Natural Resources Australia
Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg. By Robert Linsdell from St. Andrews, Canada [CC BY 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Canada: The United States and Global Healthcare Systems Canada, HSC, Undergraduate
Jinan city China: Summer in Jinan China, Exch, Undergraduate
Costa Rican Jungle Costa Rica: Spanish Language and Culture Costa Rica
Ecuador-Andes Field Camp Ecuador: Andes Field Camp - Volcanology and Mining Geology Ecuador, Volcanaology, Mining, Geology, field camp
Neuschwanstein Germany: Experience Culture, Technology, and History First-Hand Germany
Greek architecture Greece: Isles of Greece! Greece, ESCI, ANTH, ARTH, CLHU, ENGL, HIST, PHIL, POLS, REL, Undergraduate, Graduate
Great Wall Hike the Great Wall: Life and Health in Taiwan and China China, Taiwan
Volcanology Field Camp Iceland: Volcanology Field Camp Geology, Volcanology
Leadership in Ireland Ireland: Leadership in Ireland Ireland, United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, INTS, Undergraduate, Graduate
Italian architecture Italian Sketch Crawl: Sketch New Surroundings and Understandings Italy
Elephants and Mount Kenya Kenya: Field Ecology Kenya, BIOL, Undergraduate, Graduate, STEM
Morocco Field Camp Morocco: Geology Field Camp Morroco, geology, field camp
Gavel New Zealand: Comparative Criminal Justice New Zealand, CJUS, POLS, Undergraduate
New Zealand Field Camp New Zealand: Depositional Systems Field Camp New Zealand, Geology, Petroleum

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