Study Beyond at St. Thomas Aquinas College
Travel and international study give you once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to enhance classroom learning with people, places and customs across the country and around the world. And you can earn college credit. Study architecture in Rome. Hone your Spanish in Nicaragua. Explore the Galapagos Islands while studying ecology. Whatever you do and wherever you go, studying beyond the classroom will transform the way you look at and succeed in this increasingly intimate world.
Study Beyond Classroom Programs
STAC’s “study beyond” courses combine classroom learning and a one-week trip to an international or domestic destination during the academic semester. Our students regularly participate in courses that take them to Nicaragua and the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
Study Beyond Partnership Programs
Although options and opportunities for studying abroad are far-reaching, past students have immensely enjoyed programs offered through the Lower Hudson Valley Catholic College and University Consortium, especially St. John’s University
Global Studies Semester Programs
Want to spend a semester studying in South Korea? How about England? Then check out STAC’s international student-exchange agreement with South Korea’s Kyung Hee University School of Management and St. Mary’s University in London.
Education First Language Courses Abroad
If you’re looking to gain an edge in today’s competitive job market, learn a foreign language. Our partnership with Education First means you can earn credits and hone your foreign-language skills living as a local in Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Costa Rica, Japan, Singapore or China during your winter or spring break.
Interested in studying in a country or foreign university not currently affiliated with STAC? You can. But you must follow our Study Abroad Program procedures. Click here to begin your search for a non-affiliated program.
Interested in studying beyond the classroom? Contact us to learn more!
Read our Study Beyond Spotlights, featuring first-hand accounts from our world-traveling students.