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How to Register

Trip registration is accomplished through the travel tab on the student portal. The button below will take you to the portal where you will choose which trip you wish to register for.

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What’s covered?

When considering study abroad options, it’s helpful to compare fees and consider what is included in the total price. For most study abroad trips, the cost typically includes:

  • Full-service transportation, door to door from Florida Southern to your final destination and back again.
  • All lodging, including on-campus housing prior to trip and throughout your travels
  • Most meals, with a few exceptions. Faculty trip directors share detailed itineraries so you’ll know which meals might not be covered.
  • If your trip allows free time for outside excursions, these are at your own expense.

* Deposit Deadline - Please note that trip space is limited and trips may fill before the deadline date.

** Although some trips are free for Junior Journey eligible students, there is a $100 refundable deposit which will be returned after you complete the trip. All other trips will have a deposit of $350 or more which is a part of the total trip cost.

Upcoming Trips

Southern Spain: A Historical and Cultural Adventure

Spain-Granada - Multi-disciplined

Trip is full - Waitlist only

FSC 1997 - 1 Credit Hour
March 4 to March 12
Dr. Anna Caney

This course will try to explore various aspects of Southern Spanish history and culture. It will focus on the rich Christian, Islamic, and Judaic influences that allowed these religions and cultures to coexist and flourish for hundreds of years.

Junior Journey Cost: $1601

Regular Cost: $3601

Deposit Deadline: November 10

Deposit Amount: $350

International Crime and World Justice - The Netherlands

Amsterdam - Criminology

Trip is full - Waitlist only

CSC 1998 - 1 Credit Hour
May 7 to May 23
Dr. Jason Lewis

This course provides an examination of the development of international institutions created to investigate and punish crimes of an international importance. A dual-focus will be upon (1) the rules of international humanitarian law which define international crimes such as genocide, terrorism, crimes against humanity, and war crimes, and (2) international cyber-criminal law, such as cyber-terrorism, human trafficking, cyber-espionage, and computer hacking.

Junior Journey Cost: $1868

Regular Cost: $3868

Deposit Deadline: October 27

Deposit Amount: $350

Junior Journey to Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe - Multi-disciplined

Trip is full - Waitlist only

FSC 1998 - 1 Credit Hour
May 7 to May 19
Dr. William Allen

Travel through Eastern Europe where you’ll be exposed to the rich and diverse history of Prague, Salzburg, Vienna, and Budapest. Beginning in Prague, you’ll walk through Old Town and across the Charles Bridge, and spend time in the Castle District exploring the Old Royal Palace and St. Vitus Cathedral. On the way to Vienna you’ll stop in Salzburg to visit the Cesky Krumlov Castle; once in Vienna you’ll tour the Imperial Palace, St. Stephens Cathedral, Mozart’s house and more. The final stops on the tour will take you to Bratislava and Budapest where you’ll have the chance to discover Heroes Square, Bratislava Castle, and the Blue Church.

Junior Journey Cost: $1237

Regular Cost: $3237

Deposit Deadline: October 27

Deposit Amount: $350

Germany - The Racial State

Germany - Political Science

Trip is full - Waitlist only

POS 3998 - 2 Credit Hours
May 8 to May 26
Dr. Bruce Anderson

This course is designed to familiarize students with sites important the history of Nazi Germany during World War two. This trip covers two disparate elements and two separate and quite different sites: the Ravensbrueck KZ, near Furstenberg (Havel), Brandenburg, the only concentration camp specifically designed and housing women; and Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt, which was to be the focus site of the new Nazi “religion”.The first aim is to familiarize students with the system of camps, their hierarchy and administration, and their use. We will stay “within the wire” at Ravenbrueck KZ, in the old SS accommodations for the matrons (which numbered among them Ilse Koch). Here, we will examine the camp in its three stages: as a detention camp and prison for women “social deviants”, political criminals, and religious offenders (chiefly Jehovah’s Witnesses); through its transition period of labor camp and industrial center, and through its final stages as a death camp. This section of the course will be team-taught by Dr. Anderson and Dr. Matthias Heyl, head of education at Ravensbrueck KZ.The second aim of the trip is to work through issues of displacement: Quedlinburg was a monastery and convent, founded by Henry the Fowler in about 900 AD. It was converted to Lutheranism in the 1500s, and sank into obscurity until rediscovered by Heinrich Himmler, who fancied himself a reincarnation of Henry. Himmler’s interest in the place was focused on making it a center for the new Nazi “religion”, a mish-mash of the occult, old “Nordic” myths, and nonsense of his own invention. Perhaps not incidentally, the ruins of the Langenstein-Zwieberge KZ are nearby: the dead from this camp were cremated at Quedlinburg’s city crematoria. Quedlinburg remains one of the most important extant medieval/renaissance towns in central Europe, preserved as it was during the war (not a bomb dropped there) and then as part of the old DDR, it was never touched by modern rebuilding.

Junior Journey Cost: $1458

Regular Cost: $3458

Deposit Deadline: November 10

Deposit Amount: $350

Germany - The Racial State

Germany - Political Science

Trip is full - Waitlist only

POS 3998 001 - 2 Credit Hours
March 4 to March 12
Dr. Bruce Anderson

This course is designed to familiarize students with sites important the history of Nazi Germany during World War Two. This trip covers two disparate elements and three separate and quite different sites: the Ravensbrueck KZ, near Fürstenberg (Havel), Brandenburg, the only concentration camp specifically designed for housing women; and the capitol of Germany, Berlin, with all that that major city has to offer in terms of history, museums, nightlife, shopping and food.

Junior Journey Cost: Free**

Regular Cost: $2225

Deposit Deadline: October 12

Deposit Amount: $100

Discovering STEM in Iceland

Iceland - Multi-disciplined

Trip is full - Waitlist only

FSC 3998 001 - 1 Credit Hour
March 4 to March 10
Professor: Hope Holley

Welcome to this Junior Journey (JJ) course on discovering STEM in Iceland; STEM – Science - Technology - Engineering - Math. This JJ focuses on many aspects Iceland has to offer and plans the following experiences: tectonic platelet continental divides, lighthouses, mud pools, hot springs, geothermal areas, geothermal Power Plant, historic Viking world, glacier hiking, tomato greenhouse, ice caves, national parks, waterfalls, geothermal heat bakery, Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, museums, interactive volcanic canter, Iceland horse stables, as well as local cuisine and Iceland’s cultural experiences.

Junior Journey Cost: $2671

Regular Cost: $4671

Deposit Deadline: October 14

Deposit Amount: $350

London: Healthcare Junior Journey

London - Multi-disciplined

Trip is full - Waitlist only

FSC 1998 003 - 1 Credit Hour
March 4 to March 13
Dr. Nancy Marc

Permission from Instructor required: This course is a provides meaningful experiences related to healthcare history and current practices. The students will have the opportunity to trace the footsteps of Florence Nightingale, mother of modern nursing, through Victorian London and learn how a fine balance of compassion and innovation fueled the evolution of Britain’s healthcare system. Gain insight from local registered nurses and health professionals about their specialized practices and training, while enjoying the cultural highlights of Britain’s cosmopolitan capital city.

Junior Journey Cost: $2798

Regular Cost: $4798

Deposit Deadline: October 12

Deposit Amount: $350

Exploring Scotland

Scotland - Multi-disciplined

Trip is full - Waitlist only

FSC 1998 004 - 1 Credit Hour
March 4 to March 12
Dr. Manners

Permission from Instructor required: Travel through the highlands of Scotland, the Isle of Skye, and Edinburgh, visiting historic sites (ancient castles, battlefields, prehistoric burial sites, and great gardens).

Junior Journey Cost: $2392

Regular Cost: $4392

Deposit Deadline: October 12

Deposit Amount: $350

A Spanish Cultural Adventure - A Journey of Discovery

Spain - Multidisciplined

Trip is full - Waitlist only

SPA - 6 Credit Hours
May 10 to June 8
Dr. Jose Garcia

This cultural emersion course will be conducted in English and Spanish. It will explore the musical and historical traditions of Spain in an international setting. The course will provide many opportunities to explore the current trends in popular music as well as the traditions of centuries past by studying and experiencing Spain’s rich cultural and musical heritage. No prior musical knowledge is required.

Junior Journey Cost: $2826

Regular Cost: $4826

Deposit Deadline: October 27

Deposit Amount: $350

A Spanish Cultural Adventure: A Journey of Discovery

Spain-Alicante - Multi-disciplined

Trip is full - Waitlist only

FSC 1998 006 - 1 Credit Hour
March 4 to March 12
Dr. Susan Serrano

This course will try to explore various aspects of the history and culture of Spain through modern times. It will focus on the artistic and arquitectural influences as well as the history and culture of such cities as Alicante and Valencia in the Mediterranean coast. The trip will also explore Madrid, one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan capitals.

Junior Journey Cost: $1035

Regular Cost: $3035

Deposit Deadline: October 14

Deposit Amount: $350