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Just because you're studying abroad doesn't mean you can't keep studying what you love. Students from any major can study abroad, and the courses you take abroad can often be used to fulfill specific course requirements on campus. Students can also use study abroad to fulfill language requirements, add a minor, or complete select general elective requirements. Make certain to talk with your academic advisor about your interest in studying abroad.
Academic advisors, faculty, and the University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) have collaborated to create study abroad academic advising guides that are organized by program location and area of study. These tools are designed to assist both advisors and students as they incorporate a study abroad component into an academic career.
For more information and to do search for USAC programs by specific academic discipline visit the Program Search page of the USAC website.