College of Engineering Education Abroad Programs
Each academic year, over 200 College of Engineering students venture abroad to nearly 40 countries, enhancing their understanding of the world and the international aspects of engineering.
To support this student interest, the College of Engineering sponsors a series of discipline-specific and faculty-led education abroad programs for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Engineering Abroad Programs
ENGR 5797.13: Engineering Castles & Cathedrals in England and Wales
ENGR 5797.16S: Solar Engineering Service-Learning in Tanzania
ENGR 5797.18: Engineering of Ancient Greece
ENGR 5797.19: Design Principles and Biomedical Research at Nanjing University (in odd years)
ENGR 5797.21S: Sustainable Resilient Communities - Maji Marwa
Knowlton Abroad Programs
ARCH 5798: Architecture/Urbanism/Landscape (alternating locations)
ARCH/LARCH 5798: Culture and City (alternating locations)
CRPLAN 5798: The Power of Planning: Research-Learning and Engagement in Taiwan
CRPLAN 5798: Belize International Development Planning Program
- Mary Grace Sylvester, Mechanical Engineering major, studied on the Engineering Service-Learning in Ghana program