Pathways to Study Abroad in Psychology
Psychology majors are encouraged to study abroad. The Department works with students to devise the best combination of international coursework to complement their studies. Psychology majors who plan to study abroad can do so during the summer or during their sophomore or junior years. Study abroad is not permitted during the senior year because of the required yearlong Psychology internship.
Study abroad can be coordinated with required major courses in one of two ways. Students may be able to find replacement courses for major courses overseas. Alternatively, in many cases, space can be cleared in a given semester so that no overseas psychology courses are necessary. To create the best study abroad plan, students should consult with their advisers as soon as possible and make their intentions known to the study abroad office. Visit the University’s website for Pathways to Study Abroad.