Mathematics and CIT Study Abroad Options
Earn college credits while exploring the world.
Start planning your study abroad program with the Office of Global Studies, and get ready to spend a semester abroad, earning credits toward your major and immersing yourself in another culture.
Mathematics and Computer Information Technology majors have studied abroad in such places as Budapest, Scotland, New Zealand, England and Ireland. Not sure you want to spend an entire semester abroad? Students also have the opportunity to attend a shorter faculty-led trip. Past destinations for this option have included Poland and Ireland.
Planning early means greater options for locations and courses. Email [email protected] to book an appointment.
Below are some independent semester study abroad options. You are NOT limited to these programs.
Spend a semester in Budapest with the Budapest Semester Mathematics (BSM) program, learning from some of Hungary’s highly acclaimed mathematicians. Students learn problem solving, creativity and teamwork through a wide variety of course offerings, including combinatorics, number theory and probability theory. This program is open to juniors and seniors only.
Computer Information Technology Majors
Open to students at all undergraduate levels, Heriott Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland, offers a great opportunity to learn both inside the classroom and out, with special excursions planned to help visitors become familiar with the culture and surrounding areas. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Learn at one of the United Kingdom’s Ivy League schools when spending a semester or two at the University of Leeds in West Yorkshire, England. Study among world-class researchers considered experts in their fields, and explore the multicultural city and its nearby countryside. Sophomores or higher with a GPA of at least 3.0 can apply.
Spend a semester at Trinity College Dublin, ranked the No. 1 institution in Ireland in 2021 by Top Universities. Nicknamed the “Silicon Valley of Europe,” Dublin houses many major tech companies’ European headquarters, making it an excellent place for computer information technology majors to study. The program is open to students of all undergraduate levels, and it offers several scholarship opportunities.