Study Abroad and Experiential Learning

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Studying abroad and experiential learning opportunities are a great way to gain unforgettable, real-world experience related to your studies. While students can participate in any university study abroad program they qualify for, the ACE Department collaborates with the College of ACES Study Abroad Office to offer programs specifically designed to help broaden the horizons of undergraduate students interested in food systems, business development and policy creation. The ACE Department also offers domestic spring break study tours to Washington D.C. and California, in alternating years.