Study Abroad

Group of Miami students at Tafuna Correctional Facility
American Samoa view with bus in foreground and mountains in background
Miami students on American Samoa beach
 American Samoa Island coast with village in background
 The coast of American Samoa
 American Samoa University students with Miami students
 Polynesian dancers with Miami students

Justice and Law in Samoa: Summer Term Miami University Faculty-led Study Abroad

Dates: Travel May 20-June 8, 2018 (four pre-classes start May 5)

CJS 299/599 is open to students of all majors who have completed 18 or more credits hours with a minimum g.p.a of 2.25. Students must be prepared for long air travel, a simple living environment, tropical climate, interacting with foreign peoples and institutions, and uncertainty.

Study Justice and Law in a Beautiful, Tropical Setting 

This program offers the opportunity to study crime, justice, and law of another society, to gain intercultural awareness and appreciation, and to reflect on law and justice in the U.S. through comparative analysis.

Six (6) credit hours will count toward the criminal justice and non-profit and community studies majors and 3 credit hours will count toward the major in political science. Credit in other majors may be possible. All six hours count as Miami Plan global perspectives hours. Scholarships available!

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Dr. Daniel E. Hall,

Study Abroad

Plan your global experience

214 MacMillian Hall
501 E Spring Street
Oxford, OH 45056