We are so excited that you are considering studying off-campus! Studying in another part of the world or country can be a valuable part of your academic journey, and further prepare you to participate in a global society.
“I am a first-generation, pre-med, biochemistry major who was able to study abroad in Chile for a whole semester! You can study abroad, too!”
—Marissa Solórzano ’19
Some things to consider as a chemistry major as you plan your off-campus study experience:
- Most chemistry majors study off-campus at some point during their junior year, though some have also done this during their senior year.
- Meet with your academic advisor to determine the courses you need and meet with an
off-campus study advisor to identify programs that can meet those requirements. In
the past, chemistry students have taken courses such as:
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Early planning is essential to figure out how an off campus study experience can fit within your academic plan, particularly credits counting toward your major (and provide appropriate course descriptions).
- University of Aberdeen, Scotland
- CIEE University College London, England
- CIEE Dublin City University, Ireland
- TEAN - University of Auckland, New Zealand
- IES University of Cape Town, South Africa
- IES Nice - SKEMA, France
Inorganic Chemistry (CIEE University of College London)
Organic Chemistry (CIEE Dublin City University)
Physical and Materials Chemistry (TEAN University of Auckland)
Energetics of Change in Chemical and Biological Processes (University of Aberdeen)
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