Sometimes the deepest, most lasting learning experiences take place far from Calvin's campus.
Consider the many opportunities Calvin offers to study off-campus» for an interim, a semester or a summer. Several off-campus programs offered by Calvin are geared towards those studying either sociology or social work.
Off-campus interim courses
The sociology and social work departments regularly offer interim courses abroad. Study in these courses includes cross-cultural communication, cultural patterns and international relations.
Semester in Honduras: Justice Studies
- Learn about justice issues in Tegucigalpa by studying abroad in one of two Calvin semester programs in Honduras. Whether through an interview with a worker in a garment factory or a lecture from one of Honduras' top politicians, this semester will open your eyes to a new way of thinking about justice: as something that's possible.
Semester in Hungary
- You could spend an entire day traversing the seven bridges that span the beautiful blue Danube, connecting one side of Budapest to the other. On your way, you'll see an old-world-meets-new-world city emerging from centuries of foreign invasion and rule.
IDIS W47 Globalization, Development, and Tourism in Jamaica
- This off-campus interim has a number of goals. At the macro-level, the interim considers the relationships between modernization, globalization, and development. These theoretical topics come to life as they are applied to the unique history and culture of Jamaica.
SOC W40 Hollywood - A Sociological Perspective
- This course provides students with an opportunity to analyze Hollywood using their sociological imagination