International Honors Program (IHP)/Comparative Portfolio

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"Many of my most inspiring moments were with IHP students, alumni, and faculty. In India, IHP faculty explained the power of the IHP model as we visited our programs."

Explore social justice and sustainability from a comparative perspective.


IHP and SIT Study Abroad
The International Honors Program (IHP) and SIT Study Abroad have long shared a profound and defining commitment to intercultural communication, social justice, and experiential learning. IHP’s partnership with SIT Study Abroad and World Learning dates back to 2007, when SIT became IHP’s official school of record. The integration between the two partners deepened in the 2011-2012 academic year, when IHP was first included in SIT Study Abroad’s portfolio of programs. Building on a distinguished 50-year plus history, IHP comparative programs continue to challenge students to ask new and better questions about their lifelong roles in a global community.

Comparative programs offer students the opportunity to investigate significant global issues in at least three countries.

Read more about SIT Study Abroad Comparative programs.


Comparative SIT Study Abroad Programs

Selected SIT Study Abroad Programs
IHP/Comparative: Cities in the 21st Century: People, Planning, and Politics (Fall 2)
IHP/Comparative: Cities in the 21st Century: People, Planning, and Politics (Fall)
IHP/Comparative: Cities in the 21st Century: People, Planning, and Politics (Spring)
IHP/Comparative: Climate Change: The Politics of Food, Water, and Energy
IHP/Comparative: Health and Community: Globalization, Culture, and Care (Fall)
IHP/Comparative: Health and Community: Globalization, Culture, and Care (Spring 1)
IHP/Comparative: Health and Community: Globalization, Culture, and Care (Spring 2)
IHP/Comparative: Human Rights: Foundations, Challenges, and Advocacy