Chicago Program: Arts, Entrepreneurship & Urban Studies (ACM)

Discover a thoughtful and challenging introduction to the complexities of life and society in Chicago.

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum GPA: 2.5 Minimum Class Status: Junior

HECUA Art for Social Change: Intersections of Art, Identity, and Advocacy, St. Paul/Minneapolis

Set in the dynamic arts scene and culturally diverse neighborhoods of Minneapolis and St. Paul, this program immerses students in communities that are working for social change through art as a catalyst for dialogue and civic engagement.

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum GPA: 2.5 Minimum Class Status: Sophomore

HECUA Environmental Sustainability: Science, Public Policy, and Community Action, St. Paul/Minneapolis

Rather than simply outlining the vast challenges we face, this program gives students meaningful ways to translate what they are learning into hopeful practice and to find their place in a vibrant mosaic of local actors working to build more resilient and just communities and systems. 

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum GPA: 2.5 Minimum Class Status: Sophomore

HECUA Inequality in America: Policy, Community, and the Politics of Empowerment, St. Paul/Minneapolis

This program is for students who are active, engaged, and passionate about issues related to justice and equality and who want to learn how to make a difference. Spend the semester examining why and how poverty and inequality plague the nation’s urban centers. 

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum GPA: 2.5 Minimum Class Status: Sophomore

Lutheran College Washington Semester (D.C.)

The Lutheran College Washington Semester (LCWS) is a small, personalized internship program where students live, study, and intern while earning a full semester of academic credit. 

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum GPA: 3.0 Minimum Class Status: Sophomore