Earth Expeditions

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Program Description

Earth Expeditions is a groundbreaking global program supporting university courses, degree programs, and collaborative projects that are making a difference in Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Americas. Through Earth Expeditions courses, our mission is to build an alliance of individuals with first-hand knowledge of inquiry-driven, community-based learning for the benefit of ecological communities, student achievement, and global understanding.

Travel to pivotal hotspots worldwide to engage in inquiry and action projects while developing new approaches to address the vital issues of our time. Build relationships with leading educators, community leaders, and conservationists from around the world.

From home or work, all students collaborate with faculty and classmates in Dragonfly Workshops, an easy-to-use web-based learning community created by Project Dragonfly. Students worldwide discuss assignments, develop projects, and exchange ideas throughout the fall semester.

Earth Expeditions graduate courses are open to people from all disciplines and settings including pre-K-12 teachers, school administrators, and university faculty as well as professionals from non-school settings such as zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens, environmental organizations, businesses, youth programs, parks, civic agencies, and museums.


Students enrolled in Project Dragonfly's graduate courses join an unprecedented alliance of cutting-edge institutions, researchers, educators, and community innovators worldwide. Through extensive collaboration, inquiry-driven public engagement, shared programs, and joint action across diverse settings, our students, alumni, and global partners are forging new paths to a better, more sustainable future.

What`s Included

Tuition for 7 graduate credits and all basic expenses in the field are covered in the course costs, including: meals (incidental snacks and drinks not included), lodging, field station fees, field equipment (as needed), ground transportation (van, boat, train, etc., as needed), park entrance and guide fees, and course reader. Course costs do not cover personal expenses, such as gifts, or some ancillary costs, such as passport fees, entry fees and course texts. Certain courses also carry with them an additional cost for in-country travel; where applicable. Miami University also requires travel insurance.


Biology, Conservation and Preservation, Culture, Ecology, Environmental Studies, Geology, Marine Biology, Natural Sciences, Science, Travel / Tourism, Zoology & Wildlife Sciences

Program Locations

Townsville, Australia

Baja, Mexico

Belize City, Belize

Borneo, Malaysia

San Jose, Costa Rica

Galapagos, Ecuador

Georgetown, Guyana

Bangkok, Thailand

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Program Details

Project Dragonfly at Miami University
  • Australia: Townsville
  • Mexico: Baja
  • Belize: Belize City
  • Malaysia: Borneo
  • Costa Rica: San Jose
  • Ecuador: Galapagos
  • Guyana: Georgetown
  • Thailand: Bangkok
School Term:
Fall, Spring, Summer
English, Hindi, Malaysian, Spanish, Swahili
$2,181.60 + Airfare (Note: some courses include additional course costs)
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