Your Major + Study Abroad
Exploring Academic FitFinding a program that works with your academic plan is important! The sheets below include programs that regularly offer courses in that major/minor. More sheets will be added as they are ready.
The sheets include:
- Courses taught in English (aside from those for the Spanish major/minor)
- How they come back to UWEC
- What term they're usually offered
Special thanks to:
the University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) Curriculum Integration grant, and
the Council on Internationalization and Global Engagement (CIGE-UWEC)
for funding that made this project possible!
College of Arts & Sciences
Biology (BIOL) Courses Abroad English (ENGL) Courses Abroad
Chemistry (CHEM) Courses Abroad Environmental Public Health Courses Abroad
History (HIST) Courses Abroad Latin American and Latinx Studies Courses Abroad
Political Science (POLS) Courses Abroad Psychology (PSYC) Courses Abroad
Sociology (SOC) Courses Abroad Spanish (SPAN) Courses Abroad
Management (MGMT) Courses Abroad Marketing (MKTG) Courses Abroad
College of Business
Accounting and Finance (ACCT & FIN) Courses Abroad
College of Business students are strongly encouraged to study at an AACSB-accredited partner. While you can take lower division (100 or 200 level) business courses on any UWEC study abroad program, upper-division courses (300 or 400 level) must be taken at an AACSB-accredited institution. To see which programs are AACSB-accredited, click here. It is important to view the Academics Tab for each AACSB partner as some will offer more business courses than others. You can still participate on any program, especially if you do not plan to fulfill business requirements abroad. You should work closely with your ARCC advisor to plan for your study abroad experience.
College of Education & Human Sciences
Kinesiology (KINS) Courses Abroad
updated 2/23/24 AHD