Environmental Sustainability and Public HealthThis is a selection of highlighted study abroad options. For a comprehensive listing of programs, complete university descriptions and course listings, please visit the AU Abroad Website. Please note that inclusion on this list does not guarantee the applicability of credit to your individual degree program. Please consult with your academic advisor for further assistance in determining the appropriateness of your program choice.
You can take courses from the full curriculum of U. Melbourne, situated in one of Australia’s most dynamic, cities. Melbourne will allow you to study policy in addition to environmental science in a premiere location.
Hosted by Universidad Diego Portales, the program offers a rich analysis of the contemporary issues that affect Chile and Latin America within a context of the world stage, such as sustainable development, poverty, social issues, globalization, politics, and Spanish language.Two years of college level Spanish is required.
In the Center for General Studies, you can study a variety of subjects relating to the environment: Indigenous Ecology and Natural Resources and Sustainability. Language of instruction is Spanish.
DIS offers a program giving unique insight into policy issues relating to sustainability in a European context, and a Public Health program. You can choose a course with travel in either field and take electives in the other. Summer options are available.
You can study the environmental issues and concerns of India in the context of an overall examination of the history, culture and development of Indian Society.
Arava offers a unique program of environmental studies as informed by regional peacemaking efforts. The program makes an effort to balance participation among Arab, Israeli and International students, and participants live on a kibbutz.
You can study environmental issues and concerns at the community level. A specialized curriculum in Public Health is offered each fall. Relevant internships are available in either field.