Study Abroad

"How many people take photography in Italy? I wanted to practice every where I went. It was impossible to take a bad picture, and I learned more in those six weeks than I could have ever learned in a normal classroom setting."
-Taylor McNamara, B.A. '14

Diversity and an broadened world view are essential to success in our field. As a result, we encourage our students to take advantage of the many study abroad opportunities at Baylor.

Our faculty pioneerd and lead the Baylor in Florence program. And our students benefit greatly from the extended JPRNM curriculum in Italy and the interdisciplinary experiences of Baylor's other study abroad programs.