Faculty-Led Domestic Travel Study

Program Overview

Faculty-Led Domestic Travel Study


Faculty-Led Domestic Travel Study programs are short-term, domestic experiences designed for students who would like to study in another part of the United States – and stay on track for graduation –  but cannot spend an entire semester or academic year in another location. These programs allow students to gain first-hand learning experiences and opportunities to connect what they are learning inside of the classroom to “real world” settings. Programs vary in length, and classes are taught by Sac State faculty. 


  • Discipline-specific learning that supplements the Sacramento State curriculum
  • Placement of a discipline in other parts of the United States
  • Region-specific learning
  • Personal and professional development 


  • Sac State students who would like to earn academic credit towards graduation
  • Community college students, or students from other universities, who would like to earn academic credit from Sacramento State
  • Community members who would like to study away

Current Programs

Williamsburg, Virginia

Course Dates: January 5 – 22, 2021


There is no better way to learn about colonial American history than exploring Tidewater, Virginia, the birth place of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. In addition to visiting historical Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg, and the Yorktown museum and battlefield, you will travel daily to the museums, battlefields, homes, and places where history was made.


Cost: $2,600*

Included in cost: