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ENAE Evaluated Courses

Aerospace Engineering students can find details on packaged programs and institutions which work well for their major HERE.

Aerospace engineering students typically study abroad in the spring of their sophomore year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program. Aerospace students must complete ENES232, MATH240/MATH461, MATH246, and PHYS270 before the fall of the junior year to stay on track for graduation. 

The GEA Aerospace Engineering program is an ideal summer option where you can fulfill 6 credits of technical electives while abroad.

You can view study abroad courses that have been previously evaluated by visiting our International Course Database. If you're ahead in your Math and Physics sequencing, studying abroad in other locations is also an option.

The following list provides information on how technical electives and/or category electives are notated in the database. You should search for electives courses using the below naming convention for your major.

  • TECH4XX approved by ENAE denotes out of major technical electives
  • ENAE4XX denotes in major technical electives
BIOE Evaluated Courses

Bioengineering students can find details on packaged programs and institutions which work well for their major HERE.

Bioengineering students typically study abroad in the fall or spring of their junior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program.  Depending on your bioengineering track, some programs may be a better fit than others. Those in the Pre-Health track can generally choose any of the below programs.

You can also view study abroad courses that have been evaluated previously by visiting the Bioengineering Course Evaluation Spreadsheet.

The following list provides information on how technical electives and/or category electives are notated in the database. You should search for electives courses using the below naming convention for your major.

  • BIOE4XX denotes BIOE electives
  • BSCI4XX denotes BSCI electives
  • CHEM4XX denotes CHEM electives
  • Any 300/400 level course from any engineering department (except for ENES) along with CHEM241, CHEM271/272, BCHM463, CMSC132, MATH463, or MATH464 can be used as a breadth elective 
CHBE Evaluated Courses

Chemical and Biomolecular students can find details on packaged programs and institutions which work well for their major HERE.

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering students typically study abroad in the spring of their sophomore year. Please note Chemical Engineering students can only take one out-of-major technical elective towards their degree requirements. In addition, spring semester sophomore chemical engineering students typically do not have the pre-requisites to take upper level CHBE courses while abroad. This means most Chemical Engineering students should anticipate taking only 3 courses towards their degree requirements while abroad.

The following list provides information on how technical electives and/or category electives are notated in the database. You should search for electives courses using the below naming convention for your major.

  • CHBE4XX denotes CHBE electives
  • TECHXXX that shows as CHBE as the departmental approval denotes technical elective
ENCE Evaluated Courses

Civil Engineering students can find details on packaged programs and institutions which work well for their major HERE.

Civil engineering students typically study abroad in the spring of their junior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program.  

The following list provides information on how technical electives and/or category electives are notated in the database. You should search for electives courses using the below naming convention for your major.

  • ENCE4XX denotes in major ENCE elective (1 required)
  • TECH4XX that shows as ENCE as the departmental approval denotes out of major technical elective (1 allowed)
ENEE Evaluated Courses

Computer Engineering students can find details on packaged programs and institutions which work well for their major HERE.

Electrical Engineering students can find details on packaged programs and institutions which work well for their major HERE.

Electrical engineering students typically study abroad either semester of their junior year or fall semester of their senior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program. 

The following list provides information on how technical electives and/or category electives are notated in the database. You should search for electives courses using the below naming convention for your major.

  • Computer Engineering
    • TECH4XX denotes a category F elective
    • "ENEE Category [insert letter A-E] CE" denotes a category elective for Computer Engineering (e.g. "ENEE Category A CE" denotes a category A elective for CE students.
  • Electrical Engineering
    • TECH4XX denotes a General Technical Elective (GTE)
    • "ENEE Category A EE" denotes a category A elective
    • "ENEE Category B EE" denotes a category B elective
ENFP Evaluated Courses

Fire Protection Engineering students can find details on packaged programs and institutions which work well for their major HERE.

Fire protection engineering students can study abroad either semester of their junior year or fall semester of their senior year through several of our exchange partners or through direct-enroll options. 

The following list provides information on how technical electives and/or category electives are notated in the database. You should search for electives courses using the below naming convention for your major.

  • TECH4XX or any technical course in any engineering discipline at the 300-400 level denotes an ENFP technical elective
ENMA Evaluated Courses

Materials Science Engineering students can find details on packaged programs and institutions which work well for their major HERE.

Materials Science & Engineering students typically study abroad spring of their sophomore year, fall of their junior year, or spring of their junior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program.

If you want to study abroad in the spring of your junior year, you must complete ENMA461 (Thermodynamics of Materials) in the spring of your sophomore year.

The following list provides information on how technical electives and/or category electives are notated in the database. You should search for electives courses using the below naming convention for your major.

  • All electives are approved on an individual student basis and any approved electives for ENMA students are for historical information purposes only.
  • TECH4XX provides historical information for an ENMA student who took a course as a technical elective
  • ENMA4XX provides historical information for an ENMA student who took course as a specialization elective
ENME Evaluated Courses

Mechanical Engineering students can find details on packaged programs and institutions which work well for their major HERE.

Mechanical engineering students typically study abroad either semester of their junior year, or fall semester of their senior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program. Spring of sophomore year and spring of senior year may also be available.

The following list provides information on how technical electives and/or category electives are notated in the database. You should search for electives courses using the below naming convention for your major.

  • TECH4XX denotes an out of major technical elective
  • Any technical course (in ENGR, CMNS, or BMGT) at the 300-400 level denotes an out of major technical elective
  • ENME4XX denotes an in major technical elective

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Important Information about the Study Abroad Course Database

  • During the study abroad advising process, your course selection will be reviewed by an Education Abroad Advisor, a departmental advisor, and a college representative. This database is intended as a tool to provide you with historical information about past course evaluations. Course information was accurate at time of entry.
  • The course listings below do not include information on the term(s) such courses may be offered at the host institution. It is the student’s responsibility to consult the host institution's website for up to date course offerings for a specific term. A link to the Host University Course Information is provided in each institutional profile.
  • As the campus is transitioning to this new platform, additional courses may be found on the Registrar's Transfer Credit Services website.
  • Click on the tab associated with your department to review study abroad information specific to your major. In addition, you will find details on the naming convention for your department used in the database in order to search for approved technical electives for your major.
  • Complete the Engineering Course Evaluation Request Form to have an abroad course that is not already approved by your major evaluated for transfer credit.

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