With careful academic planning, undergraduate students are able to study abroad for a semester.
First semester sophomore year or second semester sophomore year is often the open window for College of Education undergraduate students to spend a semester abroad.
Review the chart below for your semester study abroad window based on your major. This does not take into consideration any minors you may have.
|Elementary Education||Sophomore Year – Fall|
|Middle Grades Language Arts & Social Studies||Sophomore Year – Fall or Spring or Junior Year – Fall|
|Mathematics Education||Sophomore Year – Spring or Junior Year – Fall|
|Science Education||Sophomore Year – Fall|
|Technology, Engineering & Design Education||Sophomore Year – Spring|
|Technology, Engineering & Design: Graphics Communication||Sophomore Year – Fall or Spring or Junior Year – Fall|
Generally speaking, courses like Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Humanities, Social Sciences and Educational Psychology are best to save to take abroad.
Speak with your Academic Advisor right away about your interest in study abroad and how to save courses for your study abroad semester.