Northeastern University and the Department of Philosophy and Religion offer a variety of programs to provide our students with a global perspective of their studies. Professors Bucar, Sandler, and Setta have taken students to Spain, Costa Rica, and Rome as part of Northeastern’s Dialogue of Civilizations Program. Professor Setta also offered a class on Pagans, Jews and Christians in Rome that includes a Spring break trip to the Eternal City.
In addition, many students in philosophy and religion have traveled to a variety of semester-long programs, venturing to places such as Oxford, Paris, and Ireland to study philosophy, and London to attend the School of Oriental and African studies.
You can find Northeastern University co-op students teaching English in a primary school in China, serving as a Teaching Assistant for Northeastern’s freshman international semester, working in a law office in El Salvador, interning within NATO in Rome, and studying at the Munich Center, in Germany for Mathematical Philosophy.