• Tibetan Retreat
Interterm travel course (SOC 326, Mind, Self, & Society in Tibetan Buddhism).

» Travel Courses

The Sociology Department, in keeping with the university's mission statement, which places an emphasis on personalized education leading students to inquiring, ethical, and productive lives as global citizens, offers several opportunities for students to participate in travel courses.

A travel course is a short-term course that takes place during the summer or interterm and includes a 1-4 week travel portion. Students who engage in travel courses will have the opportunity to explore new cultures and see how societies interact through in-depth cross cultural observation and experience.

Chapman is a learning environment dedicated to creating a caring community that embraces diverse ideas and experiences. Travel courses allow students to participate in experiences that will foster Chapman University values.