Off Campus Study
The department regularly approves credit for off campus study courses, provided the guidelines for transfer credit are met. Four study abroad programs developed in conjunction with the Department of Educational Studies include:
Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education
Cloud Forest School Program, Costa Rica
Through this program, students complete a school-based internship, receive an intercultural credit of Spanish language instruction and pursue an independent field work project. More infomation about this program.
Globalization and the Environment, University of Capetown, South Africa
This program focuses on both environmental and educational issues such as literacy, equity, and intersections between schools, communities and the environment in South Africa. More information about this program.
Taktse International School Program, Sikkim, India
Students who would like to receive credit for education courses taken at another institution (domestic or international) must have taken or plan to take EDUC014, Introduction to Education. Transfer credit is awarded once a student has completed EDUC 014: Introduction to Education. To request transfer credit, the student must present a syllabus and all course work for the department to review. Some additional work may be required; such a request would be discussed with the student.