Oxford Study Abroad Program
As an SXU Honors student, you are automatically eligible to participate in the Oxford Study Abroad Program, though this opportunity to study in Oxford is open to all university students with the minimum GPA required (3.2). All participating students will take individual or small-group tutorials with an Oxford faculty member, with tutorials and lectures being delivered in Trinity, Christ Church or New College. You decide the course content, and your faculty tutor will design a curriculum to suit your needs. Borrowing privileges to Oxford University's Bodleian Library are included, and you will be invited to participate in various college activities as well. Housing is included in the fee, as are four tours of nearby attractions, such as Stonehenge, Blenheim Palace and Stratford-upon-Avon.
- Renaissance Art and Architecture, with professor-led tours of key sites
- Philosophy of Law
- Nineteenth-Century British Women's Literature
- Social Psychology: Mind and Behavior
- Feminism and Christian Theology
Flights and medical insurance must be paid by the students traveling. Completion of Honors 320: Interdisciplinary Seminar is also required. For more information about participating in the the Oxford Study Abroad Program through Saint Xavier, please contact honorsFREESXU or the Director of the University's Honors Program.