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Faculty-Led Programs

In Faculty-Led programs, Tarleton faculty members establish a program in their area of expertise and teach Tarleton students in an overseas environment. Faculty design the program in consultation with the Study Abroad office. Students register at Tarleton directly in the course they will take while abroad. They receive credit and a grade for the course work they complete.

This type of program is usually provided during the May semester or Summer term and generally involves two to three weeks of study in a foreign country. In some cases, part of the course work occurs on the Tarleton campus.

Students who are enrolled at other universities should contact the Study Abroad office for transient admission details.


  • Students go abroad with other Tarleton students under the supervision of a Tarleton faculty member
  • On-site logistics such as accommodations, in-country transportation, and most excursions are arranged for the students and included in the program fee, unless otherwise noted
  • Instruction is in English, unless otherwise noted
  • Many programs are designed as electives, providing study abroad options to students from nearly every major


Eligibility criteria varies from program to program. The minimum requirements are:

  • Cumulative 2.0 GPA
  • Good academic and conduct standing
  • Attendance to a Pre-Departure Orientation

Some programs may have additional requirements, such as:

  • Higher GPA
  • Meeting or interview with faculty leader

Some programs accept students based on minimum requirements on a first-come, first-served basis, while others accept students on a competitive basis. Contact the faculty leader of your program for more information.

Application Process

  1. Explore programs using the program search in the Study Abroad Portal
  2. Meet with program's Study Abroad advisor and faculty  leader to get more information about program.
  3. Apply to the program of your choice in the Study Abroad Portal using your NTNET Credentials and complete your "Pre-Decision" requirements.
  4. Once you have submitted your application it will be reviewed by your faculty leader, after which you will be notified of the decision status through email. Please note that the timeline of application review varies from program to program.
  5. Once the application is approved, you will be notified and asked to confirm your participation and complete your "Post-Decision" requirements in the Study Abroad Portal.

If you have any questions, please refer to the Study Abroad Portal Guide for Students or email us at for assistance.

Program Offerings

The Study ABroad office coordinates over 25 faculty-led programs over the course of the academic year. Explore the link below to see the list of Faculty-Led program offerings: