Study Abroad

The beauty of designing your own major is that you can incorporate all of the academic experiences that are important to you. Many students know that they want to study abroad before they’ve even worked out the details of their interdisciplinary program of study. An interest in studying abroad in a particular country may lead you to incorporate cultural and language courses into your curriculum. For instance, an interest in cross-cultural psychology and a desire to study abroad in Africa led one student to incorporate African history and culture classes into her major.

For information on studying abroad, visit the Office of International Education..