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Travel & Study Abroad 

TCC's travel and study programs allow students to experience firsthand the reality of diverse customs, languages and cultures. These opportunities enable students to experience a different culture, have on-site encounters with some of the greatest accomplishments in history, and to practice what they have learned about other customs, languages and currencies.

Country​ ​Course ​Program Description ​For further information, contact:


chinese lantern


IDS1195  Introduction to Chinese Culture and Society​

SMB2000​​​ Small Business Management

In conjunction with Tianjin Foreign Studies University, located just 30 minutes from the national capital city of Beijing, students study Chinese history and culture, as well as basic Chinese language expressions and words. Students also work in teams with Chinese students to develop a plan for a Chinese business, one that will eventually be exported to the United States. Numerous excursions and trips to Beijing, Xian and the local countryside are offered. 

Professor Lee Kitchen

Office: TPP 248

(850) 201-8336

Czech Republic​

Czech Republic



In conjunction with Valdosta State University, TCC offers the chance to study at one of the oldest universities in Central Europe: Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic. Here, students can earn six college credit hours in Political Science, History or International Studies. In addition, excursions and tours lead students to Prague, Krakow (Poland), Budapest (Hungary) and Vienna (Austria). ​

Professor Richard Murgo

Office: HSS 225

(850) 201-8145




HUM2740 Humanities Abroad I *

HUM2741​ Humanities Abroad II

TCC's Humanities Study Abroad Program in Europe offers a three-week credit program with itineraries that vary from year to year. Trips have included London, Salisbury, Stonehenge, Paris, Versailles, Pisa, Rome and Florence.

* Humanities Abroad I serves as an introductory course to be completed before the Study Abroad program.

Professor Fred Owens 

Office: CH 279

(850) 201-8363




SPN1121 Elementary Spanish II

SPN2220 Intermediate Spanish

SPN2240 Intermediate Conversational Spanish

SPW2010​ Introduction to Spanish Literature and Culture

TCC’s Spain Study Abroad program starts in Barcelona, Spain's second ranking city in both size and importance. The main study portion of the program takes place in Madrid; excursions around the city and one day tours to Segovia and Toledo and other locations, are offered as well.

Professor Rosalinda Wright

Office: CH 204

(850) 201- 8357


Taiwan Dancer




The TCC Summer English Program takes place each year during the month of July. Students travel to Kaohsiung, Taiwan to teach English at San Sin High School, live with local families and experience Taiwanese culture and history firsthand. Numerous opportunities for travel around the country are an integral part of this intensive program. ​

Professor Forster Agama

Office: EN 261

(850) 201-8058


New York​

MOMA sign



HUM2942 ​Museum Field Trip

Each spring semester, TCC offers a five-day trip to New York City, designed to give students access to major art museums and art galleries. Students are encouraged to enjoy the other rich cultural opportunities found in Manhattan, and view a plethora of world-recognized art with a faculty guide. Students stay in downtown Manhattan within easy walking or subway distance from the world’s greatest collections of fine art.​

Professor Julie Baroody

Office: CH 183

(850) 201-8713


Contact Information

For more information contact Global Learning Office by phone (850) 201-8058 or e-mail

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