"Studying in Israel and Palestine was the best study experience I have participated in. By traveling in a group we were able to discuss the things we were learning about and reflect on others opinions." - Jenny Kelly, Summer 2012
A USD-FLP is a program designed by a faculty member at USD and administered by the Global Learning staff. These in-house programs offer you the opportunity to take a course while traveling domestically or abroad with other USD students and faculty members leading the trip. On most USD-FLPs, students will earn three to six credits, depending on the program duration and course content. Typically, a USD-FLP will travel within a particular region of a country or stay in a single city to get an in-depth understanding of local culture, politics and geography. Each program is unique, so be sure to discuss the program with the faculty leader or the Global Learning staff to make sure this is the best option based on your personal and academic goals.
Like choosing a study away program, choosing to take part in a USD-FLP is an important choice. We encourage you to first decide on the program you'd like to take part in, then meet with the faculty leader to discuss the details of the program. The Global Learning staff can help answer most of your questions, as well.
The programs are open to all USD students who meet the program's minimum requirements. These requirements vary for each program. Details about requirements, deadlines to sign up and costs are found by reading about the programs under the Featured Programs listing.