St. Cloud State at Alnwick

Academics at Alnwick

Academics and Course Information

Semester Programs

Many of the courses offered in the St. Cloud State at Alnwick program count towards the Liberal Education Program (LEP/MnTC). St. Cloud State at Alnwick offers courses that change each semester based on the faculty members teaching in Alnwick. See what courses will be available in the upcoming semesters.

Fall 2021 & Spring 2022: Dr. Mary Pfohl

  • BRIT 201 – Reflections on the British Cultural Experience (Goal 8)
  • BRIT 250 - Contemporary Britain (Goal 5)
  • HIST 136 - Aspects of Medieval Society (Goal 6)
  • HIST 336 - Reformation to Revolution: Early Modern Britain 1529-1689 (Goal 5)
  • SW 195 - Social Welfare and Democratic Citizenship (Goal 9)

Learn more about the programs offered in Fall 2021 & Spring 2022

Fall 2022 & Spring 2023: Dr. Emil Towner

  • BRIT 201 – Reflections on the British Cultural Experience (Goal 8)
  • BRIT 250 - Contemporary Britain (Goal 5)
  • HIST 136 - Aspects of Medieval Society (Goal 6)
  • HIST 336 - Reformation to Revolution: Early Modern Britain 1529-1689 (Goal 5)
  • ENGL 306 - Rhetoric in Popular Culture (Goal 2 & 6)
Learn more about the programs offered in Fall 2022 & Spring 2023

Short-term Programs

A short-term program can range anywhere from 1 week to 2 months and are usually offered Winter break, Spring break or Summer. These programs are great for non-traditional students, athletes and upper level students who would like to have a study abroad experience.

Spring Break 2022 Programming

Economics (School of Public Affairs Spring Break)

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Summer 2022 Programming

Art: Click here for more information

Business and Mass Communications: Click here for more information

Communication Studies: Click here for more information

  • Dr. Jennifer Tuder (jltuder@stcloudstate.edu)
    • CMST 410: Contemporary Issues in Performance - Performance on the Fringe

 Criminal Justice: Click here for more information 

  • Dr. John Campbell (jhcampbell@stcloudstate.edu)
    • CJS 489/589: Criminal Profiling & Serial Offenders
    • CJS 499/650: Intelligence Studies and Future Research Study Abroad
    • CJS 420/520: Critical Issues in Law Enforcement

 Geography and Social Studies Education : Click here for more information

  • Dr. Gareth John (gejohn@stcloudstate.edu) 
    • GEOG 384/501: Geography of the British Isles
    • GEOG 486/586: Political Geography
  • Dr. Rochelle Dyer (rddyer@stcloudstate.edu) 
    • SST 460/560: Teaching Political Geography in the Middle and High School Classroom
    • SST 470/570: Teaching World Regional Studies in the Middle and High School Classroom. Region Focus: The British Isles 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I choose my classes?

There are a certain amount of classes offered at St. Cloud State at Alnwick. Once they are decided, you can meet with an Academic Advisor and determine which classes will fit best into your major, minor or general requirements.

How do I register for classes?

You will meet with your Academic or Major Advisor and fill out an academic approval form. Once you have submitted the form online, the program manager will contact you about registration after pre-departure orientation.

Is there a minor associated with the program?

Yes! The British Studies Minor is a perfect fit for students who study abroad in Alnwick. Contact the British Studies minor advisor for more information. Explore the British Studies minor in more detail.

Do I need to bring textbooks?

Textbooks are course dependent. Your professor will notify you of required textbooks for your courses in Alnwick. Textbooks can be ordered and delivered to the Castle so you do not need to travel with your books. 

  • British Studies Minor

    Interested in obtaining a minor while studying abroad in Alnwick? Learn more about the British Studies minor.

  • Liberal Education Program

    The Liberal Education Program (LEP) is organized into ten goals. To complete the curriculum, students must achieve the ten goals through courses or experiences and earn at least 40 credits in liberal education courses.