The Department of Global Studies, Sociology, and TESOL offers the following undergraduate programs:
Global Studies offers a framework of study for those interested in the diverse and complex interrelations of peoples and nations through the exploration of global issues.
Sociology students study a broad range of social behaviors from intimate family to the hostile mob, from crime to religion, and from the divisions of race and social class to the shared beliefs of a common culture.
This program offers you the opportunity to teach English to Karen students in Mae La Refugee Camp in Thailand near the Burma border.
The Global Learning Term (GLT) program seeks to fulfill the international mission and educational essence of Azusa Pacific University by affording undergraduate students self-directed, full-immersion learning experiences within a variety of cross-cultural contexts.
Azusa Pacific University's Los Angeles Term (L.A. Term) is a residential study and service semester in the heart of Los Angeles. It aims to equip undergraduate students to live out their faith and values in postmodern urban culture. All of the L.A. Term courses are either part of the General Education program at APU or are upper division electives students can complete for graduation.