Study Abroad programs are organized by international education organizations, otherwise known as “program providers.” Program providers can be affiliated with a regular college or university, or they can be separate non-profit organizations. These providers work with academic institutions in the U.S. and abroad to create study opportunities that vary in duration from a summer, semester, or year in length.
All eligibility requirements remain in effect up to the point of departure
Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 (please note some programs may require a higher CGPA)
Must be in at least Junior standing at time of departure
Declared a major prior to December 1st of Sophomore year
Enroll in a minimum of 15 credits per semester abroad
No serious disciplinary record or current probation
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Study Abroad Course Equivalency Database
View courses abroad that have been pre-approved and their PC course equivalencies!