The WSU Summer Program in Puebla provides an excellent opportunity for students, teachers and other interested individuals to study the Spanish language, to gain the invaluable experience of living in another country and to earn college credit toward a degree or teacher certification.
Have you ever wanted to travel Europe? Spend two weeks in various groups of European countries during summer Pre-session. Students will learn about the culture, history and politics in each country. Course credit is optional (One-credit hour Travel Semiar 399). Limited enrollment. Participants accepted on a first come-first served basis. Email
Visit Argentina and Paraguay for two weeks. You will have the opportunity to learn about other cultures, visit different sites and do some international service learning during this travel seminar. Course credit is through LASI 398 travel seminar (1 to 3 credit hours). Limited enrollment. Participants accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis
The Music Department program runs a 4 week program, Canta in Italia near Florence, Italy in the musical city of Lucca. This unique voice and opera program provides daily voice lessons, coaching, opera history, and Italian classes. Opera and cultural excursions in Florence, the surrounding area and Verona, and apartment rental and utilities are also included.
The Barton School of Business offers an 6 week summer program in France for students interested in studying Entrepreneurship and International Business. Students will work on a project with a French company at the direction of faculty from WSU and Groupe ESC Pau, one of WSU’s exchange partner universities.
“Anyoung haseyo,” Korea! WSU students will say “Hello” to Korea in spring 2017 as the Department of Sport Management offers new faculty-led study abroad course (3 credit hours available for all majors), SMGT 550 Study Abroad in Global Sport Industry. Complementing the classroom work are cultural performances and visits to Korean sport/business organizations, events, museums, temples and historic sites, a trip to the DMZ, and other locations of great natural and cultural significance.
The Anthropology department offers a 9-day archaeological course over spring break in Belize. Students visit several spectacularly preserved Maya cities, including Altun Ha, Caracol, Lamanai, and Xunantunich.