Study & Internship Programs across the U.S.A.
You can be in-country, but off-campus with Augustana programs
Study Away Programs
Winter Term at Holden Village: Spend Winter Term in the Cascade mountains of Washington State on this unique study "away" program. Courses in History, Religion and Communication Studies are the academic core of a program which combines study with deep reflection and life in community at the Lutheran retreat site of Holden Village.
CONTACT: For more information on the Holden Village Term contact Dr. Lendol Calder (History)
Fall Term Internships in Denver: Spend Fall Term in the Rockies and earn internship credit for your experience. Internship positions are available for most majors. This program includes housing in Denver as well as your work experience.
Fall Semester in Washington, DC: Spend 4 months in the nation's capital in this program combining 3-credits of coursework relavant to our political center and 9 credits of internship in most majors. Live and work in the nerve center for American political life.
Texas Medical Center Summer Internships: Work and research in one of the finest medical centers in the United States. This program takes students to Houston for a hands-on program of research and internship. The program is open to most majors and recommended for all students interested in careers in the health sciences. Dr. Heidi Storl is the program coordinator.
CONTACT: For more info on either Internship program or on individualized internships, contact the Director of Internships, Johnna Adam.
Geology Field Programs
Geology 105: Summer Field Study in the Rockies: A special program designed for High School graduates in the summer before they arrive at Augustana. This program takes students to the Black Hills of South Dakota and the mountains of Wyoming as part of an introductory program in Geology.
Geology 172: Fossil Mammals in the Badlands: This 10-day summer course takes students to the Badlands of Nebraska and South Dakota to work an active dig in search of 30-million year old fossil remains of Oligocene mammals.
CONTACT: For more information on these Geology programs as well as other opportunities for field research in Geology, contact the Dept. of Geology.
Many departments offer students the chance to participate in short-term and longer field trips and off-campus research. In particular you might wish to investigate coursework in the fields of Biology, Geography and Environmental Studies which make use of Augustana field stations and off-campus travel.