Students interested in studying abroad should visit the Education Abroad Office for a list of all study abroad programs. The University of Maryland (UMD) offers short-term (summer, winter and spring break), semester long, and year long study abroad programs all over the world. The Criminology and Criminal Justice (CCJS) Department does not have a preferential country for study abroad; students are encouraged to study abroad wherever they are interested.
Current CCJS Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs
Lean about human trafficking in an international context with South Africa as your case study. Distinguish between the types of human trafficking that occurs in South Africa; its consequences and the political, economic, and social reactions to it. This experience will be eye-opening, not only to see the committed work of NGOs, but to observe the devastating consequences of various forms of trafficking.
Study Abroad Programs with a CCJS Focus
Guildford, United Kingdom
The University of Surrey is an international university with a worldwide reputation for excellence in teaching and research. If you are studying at one of our partner institutions, coming to study at Surrey for a full academic year or a semester is a great opportunity. The University is situated in beautiful green surroundings, yet it is just 35 minutes by train from London. Undergraduate students will be taking classes in the Department of Sociology, which has excellent options for sociology and criminology & criminal justice majors. The University of Surrey is named one of the top five UK Sociology Departments in the Times Good University Guide, the Guardian University Guide and the Complete University Guide.
This program only offers one CCJS course, but there is a heavy social science course offering. The Danish Institute for Study Abroad is a government-recognized, high-quality study abroad program established in 1959 with over 1500 students coming each year. Most courses will be taken at DIS; however, some courses take place at the University of Copenhagen or the Copenhagen Business School. Courses are taught in English by Danish faculty who bring a European point of view and personal experience from research, government, management and the professions to the classroom. Their teaching is strongly enhanced by an extensive program of course-related field studies and study tours in the Balkans, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Turkey, Sweden, and the UK.