Explore the World. Expand Your Mind!
Howard College of Arts and Sciences offers flexible programs that allow you to pursue study abroad. Many of our faculty lead these immersive experiences allowing you to gain real-world experience and develop meaningful and impactful relationships with our faculty.
Greece: Crucible of Civilization
Immerse yourself in the history and culture of Greece and the Greco-Roman world through this study abroad trip led by Classics and Philosophy Professors Randy Todd and Andy Montgomery. You will learn about the geography, physical remains and museum artifacts of Greece.
Israel: Exploring the Biblical World
Visit the very places Jesus and his disciples inhabited through this study abroad trip to Israel. Led by Biblical and Religious Studies Professor Jeff Leonard, you will examine the geography and history of Israel and the religions and cultures it has produced by studying locations in the bible, such as Jerusalem, Bethlehem and the Dead Sea.
Core Texts London
Be one of few students nominated by faculty to participate in the London Core Texts Program experience. You’ll spend two weeks at Samford’s residence, The Daniel House, and study important authors and see famous sites from English history and literature.
Study Away Opportunities
Samford in Oregon
Explore the biological anomalies and scenic wonders of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains during a semester-long engaged learning and research experience with our academic partner, The Oregon Extension.
Samford in Washington
Be one of few students chosen by an interdisciplinary faculty committee to participate in the D.C. Careers Program learning experience. This trip to Washington, D.C. is an opportunity for you to network with high-profile professionals in the nonprofit and government sector.