College of Arts and Sciences Experiential Learning Education Abroad
Enhance your CAS degree and build knowledge, skills, and experience employers and graduate programs value. Participate in study, internship, research, or service learning abroad for a week, month, term, or academic year. With many unique programs in over 70 countries, you can find a great fit for your academic, personal, and professional goals, as well as your budget.
CAS Faculty-Led Programs
Travel abroad with a faculty leader and other students. Earn UNL credit or a combination of UNL credit and transfer credit from a partner institution. Some programs are available every year, while others are offered on a rotating basis.
Greek Odyssey - A Classical Journey
- Athens and nine other cities in Greece
- Mike Lippman, classics and religious studies
Summer French Program in Angers
- Angers, France
- Francois Agena, modern languages
- Berlin, Germany
- Amy Burnett, history
Forensic Archaeological Field School
- Munster, Germany (summer)
- William Belcher, anthropology
Iceland: People, Landscapes, and Sustainability
- Becky Buller, geography, and Becky Young, agronomy and horticulture
CAS students may also be welcome to participate in faculty-led programs in other colleges.
CAS Signature Programs
CAS students are encouraged to consider programs with an established relationship with UNL Education Abroad.
- Recommended based on the range of locations, variety of degree-applicable coursework, reasonable cost, and past student experience
- Typically semester or academic year in length
There are many other affiliated programs to choose from, as well as the possibility of having non-affiliated programs approved. Talk with the CAS Education Abroad Coordinator about next steps.
Huskers Abroad 101
Register for a quick information session covering how to research, select, and fund an education abroad experience.
CAS Education Abroad Coordinator
Kate Kunzman can help you find a program abroad that best fits your academic, professional, and personal goals.
Plan the timing and coursework you’ll pursue with your academic advisor according to your overall degree plan.