Programs > Archaeology
The program gives students the opportunity to study archaeology, history, and culture as well as participate in archaeological fieldwork at one of the world’s premier sites.
Tags: Antigua & San Bartolo, English Speaking, Offers Graduate Credit, Spring, Undergraduate
Boston University students with a serious interest in Classics have an opportunity to study for a semester at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies (ICCS) in Rome. The ICCS was established in 1965 by representatives of ten American colleges and universities, and the number of member institutions has grown to over 100.
Tags: English Speaking, Exchange (for BU students only), Fall, Rome, Spring
Focus: Art & Architecture, History
Designed for students with no background in Spanish, students take a beginning Spanish course, along with electives in Art & Architecture, Political Science, History, Culture, or Heritage Management.
Tags: English Speaking, Fall, Madrid, Spring, Undergraduate
Focus: Art & Architecture, History, Hospitality Administration, Political Science, Spanish Language
Students participate in excavation of pre-Roman and Roman sites, lectures, museum work, and study tours on the Island of Menorca, off the eastern coast of Spain.
Tags: English Speaking, Menorca, Offers Graduate Credit, Summer, Undergraduate
Students immerse themselves in the culture and ecological diversity of the country.
Tags: Fall, Full Year Possible, Quito, Spanish Speaking, Spring, Undergraduate
Focus: Anthropology, Art & Architecture, Ecology, Economics, Environmental Studies, Geology, History, International Relations, Latin American Studies, Literature, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish Language