Faculty Led Courses
Faculty-led study abroad programs complement TU’s growing portfolio of international education programs by providing students an opportunity to engage with global problems in a way not available on the Tulsa campus. Such programs also present faculty with unique opportunities to further cultivate their own international connections, for purposes of advancing their research or invigorating new subject matter into their own teaching.
Faculty interested in teaching a course involving international travel should contact the Center for Global Education to initiate the design and implementation of the course. The CGE will provide support for marketing and course logistics. Faculty should initiate proposals for new courses well in advance of the intended semester of travel. Summer semester courses should be proposed by October. Spring term courses should be proposed by May.
Previous Faculty Led Courses Abroad include:
- ATRG 4973: Research and Evidence Based Practice in International Sports Medicine – Dr. Glen Gardner (Ireland)
- BL 3053: Comparative and International Law – Dr. Susan Boyd (France)
- IB 4013/6013: Doing Business in China – Dr. Mike Troilo (China)
- NSG 4133: International Nursing and Technology – Dr. Susan Gaston (UK)
- BIO4383: SELECTED TOPICS IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE – Tropical Biology – Dr. Glen Collier (Costa Rica)
- Soc/Psy 4233; Psy 6233 “Responding to Interpersonal, Intercultural and Historical Violence” – Drs. Lara Foley & Joanne Davis (Ghana)