These course-infused, global learning adventures are designed to give you that competitive edge in the marketplace. You’ll gain experience and global competencies in an interactive learning environment. Courses are college- and major-specific and translate directly to your chosen vocation. Walk in the footsteps of Paul, visit world-renowned art festivals, hike the breath-taking Alps...the possibilities are endless. 



2015 Travel Courses

Listing updated as programs are approved. Application and $100 application fee are due by December 1, 2014 unless otherwise noted.

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Bible to Greece & Rome (May 2015) - apply by December 1st!
Choose one of the following courses: Story of the Church or Greece and Rome in the NT. Contact Dr. George Goldman for more information.
Estimated travel dates: May 5-16, 2015. Class meetings on campus three Saturdays during spring semester.
Course cost: $5520 (with 20 students), includes 3 hours of tuition, international airfare, ground & sea program with some meals. $1000 Deposit due January 15, 2015.

EU & You (May 2015) - hosted by Law, Justice & Society
Contact: Dr. Randy Spivey for more information.
Estimated Travel dates: TBD. Course meetings on campus beforehand.
Course cost: 3 hours of tuition ($3165) + program fee TBD - depending on enrollment.

International Business & Ethics in London (May 2015)
Let London be your classroom next summer. Contact Dr. Andy Borchers or Dr. Laura Morrow for more information.  
Estimated travel dates: May 6-31, 2015. 
Course cost: 6-hours of tuition ($6330) + $800 program fee.

Art & Lit to Italy (July 2015) - apply by December 1st!
Join Professors Rocky and Mandy Horton for an in-depth study of the art, faith, history and literature of Italy. 
Estimated travel dates: June 30-July 31, 2015. 
Course cost: 6-hours of tuition ($6330) + estimated $750 program fee. $1000 deposit due by January 15, 2015.

College of Business Internships - Hong Kong & Guatemala (Summer)
If you are interested in an a 3 or 6-hour credited internship abroad, check out Hong Kong or Guatemala. Click here for more information.

Cost notes:

  • Travel courses have discounted tuition, so your Lipscomb institutional scholarships or grants, including those related to campus employment, will not be applicable.           
  • Program costs can increase up to $500 if we experience significant fuel surcharges on airline tickets.  

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