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People also ask How do I study abroad as an aerospace engineering student? Aerospace engineering students typically study abroad in the spring of their sophomore year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program. Aerospac

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  • How do I study abroad as an aerospace engineering student?

  • Aerospace engineering students typically study abroad in the spring of their sophomore year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program. Aerospace students must complete ENES232, MATH240/MATH461, MATH246, and PHYS270 before the fall of the junior year to stay on track for graduation.

  • How does the study abroad advising process work?

  • During the study abroad advising process, your course selection will be reviewed by an Education Abroad Advisor, a departmental advisor, and a college representative. This database is intended as a tool to provide you with historical information about past course evaluations. Course information was accurate at time of entry.

  • When can I study abroad with chemical engineering students?

  • Chemical Biomolecular Engineering students typically study abroad in the spring of their sophomore year. Please note Chemical Engineering students can only take one out-of-major technical elective towards their degree requirements.

  • How do I view study abroad courses that have been evaluated?

  • You can view study abroad courses that have been previously evaluated by visiting our International Course Database. If you’re ahead in your Math and Physics sequencing, studying abroad in other locations is also an option. The following list provides information on how technical electives and/or category electives are notated in the database.

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