Creighton's academic departments administer curricula that include many courses with international content as well as majors and minors that cover studies of various areas of the world, such as:
- African Studies
- Asian Studies
- Classical and Near Eastern Studies
- Cultural Anthropology
- European Studies
- International Business
- International Relations
- Latin American Studies
- Russian Studies
Creighton students may also choose to study one (or more) of these modern languages:
Additionally, Creighton University hosts the Encuentro Dominicano, a semester-long full-time academic, service learning, community-based learning immersive program in the Dominican Republic for undergraduate students. This program encourages students to consider how their major can contribute to building justice and transforming the world.
Students have multiple opportunities to study abroad through short-term and semester-long programs either sponsored by Creighton University or at outstanding partner universities and institutes around the world. Additionally, Creighton offers a variety of co-curricular opportunities abroad, including immersions, internships and international research grant opportunities through the Global Engagement Office.