Short-Term Course Proposal
Lead a Short-Term Study Away Program
Short-term, faculty-led study away programs are intensive academic experiences initiated, organized and carried out by members of the PLU faculty, with assistance from the Wang Center for Global and Community Engaged Education. Short-term programs are taught both overseas and domestically depending on the course subject matter and will often combine some class time on campus with off-campus study depending on the course design.
Application deadline: November 5, 2021
To begin drafting your course proposal in advance, please reference the following application materials:
- Undergraduate Study Away Course Proposal Questions
- Graduate Study Away Course Proposal Questions
- The Short-Term Course Proposal Budget Template can be requested from Courtney Olsen, Manager of Short-Term Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Short-term study away programs must satisfy a General Education, FYEP or IHON requirement, or provide departmental or program credit towards a major or a minor. In terms of student demand, most PLU students study away on short-term courses offered during J-Term.
While summer session courses have been offered in the past, enrolling these has been challenging due to limits on financial aid and our students’ need to work. Offering a short-term study away course requires submission of a proposal and a positive recommendation by the Global Education Committee prior to the Provost’s final approval.