If you love to travel, are interested in conducting extra-curricular research, or are just looking for a fun way to fulfill major requirements, the Maymester and Problems Without Passports programs are for you!
Maymester courses are taken as part of students’ spring course load, but are stand-alone offerings that provide exceptional opportunities for experiential learning off campus, throughout the United States, or even abroad. There are 12 Maymester courses being offered after graduation next May, which come from a variety of majors and travel across the globe.
Problems Without Passports courses tend to be slightly longer travel experiences than Maymesters, and they combine problem-based or inquiry learning research exercises with study in a foreign country. These 16 courses from 12 different majors are offered as part of the summer course load, for 4 units of credit each.
Please see the attached list for all courses offered in 2016, and feel free to contact the professors listed under any courses that catch your eye!
For more information, check out our websites, which will be updated as more information is received: