We offer a number of off-campus study programs created, organized and led by Bucknell University to complement students' Bucknell experience. These programs offer Bucknell University courses in a variety of disciplines and locations around the world, merging the abroad experience with the Bucknell curriculum. For more information on specific programs, visit the program web site or speak with the program director.

Bucknell in Ghana

Ancestors, Angels and Androids: African Religions in a Global Era. This program will be particularly attractive to majors/minors in Africana studies, anthropology, religion, sociology, students interested in international development, international relations, education and students wishing to explore other humanities, social and physical/natural sciences fields from an African perspective. Whatever your major/minor BiG provides the opportunity for you to take courses at the University of Cape Coast to enable you maintain a full course load.

Bucknell in Washington, D.C.

The program will consider "media" broadly, encapsulating both "traditional" print, TV, and other sources as well as "new media" and other forms of social media communication. We will also consider the perspectives of other professionals in policy related careers-elected officials and their staffs, political consultants, lobbyists, and more who interact with the media on a daily basis and make regular use of social media to communicate their messages directly. Students will leave the program with a better understanding of how the worlds of media and public policy intersect, and will develop an understanding of the psychology of persuasion and communication that are applicable to a wide variety of career choices.


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