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Study Abroad

In the STUDY ABROAD Program, students take classes at and receive transfer credit from a participating university overseas, and the program may last the entire semester.  View the destinations that are available below.  You may also find more information at the following links:  www.iesabroad.org  |  www.ciee.org  |  www.webster.edu/winsabroad    


Map with words: We're going to Paris
Paris, France -- 7-day program

Requested Departure Date: May 20, 2022 (Earliest Departure Date: May 20, 2022)
Requested Return Date: May 26, 2022 (Latest Return Date: May 29, 2022)
Tentative Cost: $3,400 

Faculty Contact Information:  rcollier@tuskegee.edu

We'll confirm exact departure and return dates approximately 3 months before departure.


Map with words: We're going to Rome and Florence
Rome and Florence, Italy -- 10-day program

Requested Departure Date: May 25, 2022 (Earliest Departure Date: May 24, 2022)
Requested Return Date: June 01, 2022 (Latest Return Date: June 02, 2022)
Tentative Cost: $4,204 

Faculty Contact Information:  rcollier@tuskegee.edu

We'll confirm exact departure and return dates approximately 3 months before departure.


Map with words: We're going to Ghana
Accra, Ghana -- Summer 2022

Requested Departure Date: May 31, 2022
Requested Return Date:  July 2, 2022
Tentative Cost:  $3,048

Faculty Contact Information:  rcollier@tuskegee.edu  and  jtilghman@tuskegee.edu

We'll confirm exact departure and return dates approximately 3 months before departure.

Join Dr. John Tilghman from Tuskegee University, for a unique study abroad program in Accra, Ghana. Dr. Tilghman will teach at the Webster Ghana campus as a visiting faculty for the Webster International Network of Schools (WINS) program. Dr. Tilghman holds a Ph.D. from Howard University and is a published author, presenter and regular contributor on topics related to race, power dynamics,desegregation and other important areas of African-American studies. At Tuskegee, Dr. Tilghman teaches a number of courses related to Pan Africanism and Africana studies.

Akwaaba! Welcome to Ghana, the gateway to Africa
Home to more than 100 different ethnic groups, Ghanaians are welcoming, hospitable, and helpful. Strangers will often greet you and ask how your day is going. You will hear many different languages, although English is the official language which makes it easy to get around. Ghana is rich with culture, art, and history and from arrival to departure, you will be surrounded by the unique and diverse cultures of Ghana.

Webster Ghana is located in Accra, the capital city of Ghana. Accra is a flourishing city made up of numerous neighborhoods, each with its own unique feel. The campus is strategically located in East Legon to provide a safe and exciting environment for students to ensure they have a distinctive and holistic experience.

Tuskegee students will receive credit for this program. Two fascinating courses including a Survey of African History and an African Studies course will be taught by Dr. Tilghman.

AFCS 1500: Survey of African History
Provides an historical survey, continent wide in scope, of the experiences of Africa and its people from pre-historic times to the present.
*This course will count towards HIST 221-01 African History Since 1800 at Tuskegee.

AFCS 3000: Following Freedom: Black Liberation in Africa, America, and the Caribbean
Provides a focus on a particular subject matter within the field of Africana studies. In this course, students will compare and connect the black freedom movement in the U.S. with independence movements in Africa and the Caribbean.
*This course will count towards Black Experience in the Americas (HIST 105) and/or Women and the Black Freedom Struggle in the African Dispora (HIST 320) at Tuskegee.