Global Education


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In a w‌orld that is becoming increasingly interdependent, study abroad represents a significant means by which students may better prepare themselves to face challenges of the future.

52.4% of Muhlenberg graduates from the Class of 2015 studied abroad. Currently there are between 250 and 300 students studying abroad each year.

Muhlenberg College encourages students in all science, social science, arts and humanities majors to study overseas at quality institutions in Europe, Australia, Asia, Latin America and Africa. Muhlenberg supports four discipline-specific study abroad opportunities. The London Theatre Program at Goldsmiths College, University of London and the program for Accounting, Business and Economics majors at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands are offered during the fall semester. A program for Media & Communication & Film Studies majors in Dublin, Ireland and a Dance program in Arezzo, Italy are both offered during the spring semester. In addition, Muhlenberg has established exchange opportunities in Europe and in Japan.

Global Education


Great Teachers, Great Courses

For many students, the course in Documentary Research is their first foray into making media.
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Students in Jeremy Teissére's 'Mind and Brain' course have quite a challenge - can the experience of consciousness be narrowed down to 100 billion neurons?
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Dr. Roland Kushner knows that management skills can't be taught in a vacuum.
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Professor Dan Wilson’s students don’t just read about history; they learn from those who lived it.
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What insights can worms provide about tissue and organ systems in the human body?
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For many students in Dr. Douglas Ovens' class, this is their first musical experience at Muhlenberg.
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Great Teachers, Great Courses...

Dr. Niesenbaum's Field Biology and Plant Ecology class is just one of many to use the 63-acre Graver Arboretum.
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Dr. Amy Hark wants her students to look beyond the classroom and see the impact the subjects they are studying have in the wider world.
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Students in Dr. George Benjamin’s class are mastering more than basic computer science skills. They’re learning about programming and robotics by focusing on problem sets.
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Great Teachers, Great Courses...

Dr. Daniel Doviak, assistant professor of philosophy at Muhlenberg College, invites his environmental philosophy students to study the relationship between humanity and the world they occupy.
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