Academic Planning & Major Advising Guides
The first step in the academic planning process is to review and list remaining major, minor, and core requirements. With these students can search the Database of SCU Study Abroad Course Equivalencies to identify programs that meet your academic needs. For study abroad courses that are not yet included in the database students are encouraged to Request evaluations for major, minor, and core equivalencies.
The Major Advising Guides below provide students with recommended programs for their majors. Each guide contains details on selected programs and highights opportunities for engagement such as research opportunities, internships, intensive language study, studying with local students, and volunteer or service learning.
Selecting a program that is aligned with your major or minor or both is important to gaining a Global perspective on your areas of study. This additionally helps you make a more competitive application to Study Abroad as the first and foremost focus is academics abroad. No more than 30 students per Study Abroad program will be nominated.