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Field Study Programs

"The Paris to Pau Field Study allowed me to immerse myself into a different culture for a short period of time, opening my eyes to differences in traditions, government policies, and food. I am thankful for the opportunity and have gained new skills that will help propel me in the future" 

Field Study programs integrate more traditional coursework with hands-on experiences that will enhance the curriculum and provoke discussion and active engagement. They are led by Rollins faculty, are 1-3 weeks, and worth 2-4 credits. Costs range from $3000-$6000 and students can apply for partial need-based scholarships through International Programs.

For more information or to discuss a specific program, click here to email or click here to schedule an advising session.

Winter Field Studies

Winter Field Studies

  • ENV 353F: Costa Rica - National Parks and Protected Areas
  • BUS 390F: Culture, Society, and Business in Brazil
  • ASA 200F: Singapore - A Multiculturally Thrived Greenery
Spring Break Field Studies

Spring Break Field Studies

  • rFLA 300: Vikings: Denmark and Sweden
  • rFLA 300: Learning and Teaching About the Holocaust
  • ENG 426: Southern Lit Road Trip
  • Service Immersion in Trinidad and Tobago

       Explore Our Spring Break Field Studies

Summer 2023 Field Studies

Summer 2023 Field Studies

  • BIO 388: Marine Biology Laboratory - Bahamas
  • CHM 102F: Water, Sanitation and Health (WaSH) in the Dominican Republic
  • EDU 346F/546F: Rural Education in Rwanda
  • ENV 365F: Panama - Environment & Development in Central America
  • HIS 314F: Peru - History, Society, Politics
  • BUS 390F: Japanese Culture, Society, and Business
  • Performance Design at Prague Quadrennial
  • PSY 395F: Freud and Frankl - Vienna and the Birthplace of Psychotherapy
  • Tunisia: History, Politics, and Culture
  • MLS 546F: MLS in Vienna, Austria (HOLT ONLY)

Explore Our Summer Field Studies

First-Year Field Study

First-Year Field Study

Experience the incredible biodiversity and stunning landscapes of “the Switzerland of the Americas.” See what it means to be a world leader in both environmental protection and sustainable development. Find out why Costa Rica was recently named the "Happiest place on Earth" by the New Economics Foundation.

Explore Our First-Year Field Study