SUNY Oneonta offers12 study abroad and exchange programsand many short-term faculty-led programs through the Office of Global Education (OGE). The short-term faculty-led programs offered throughout the year are courses taught by SUNY Oneonta faculty for credit and include cultural experiences and,often,service-learning opportunities.
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Why study International Studies at SUNY Oneonta?
SUNY Oneonta’s International Studies program is built around the social sciences and includes coursework in the humanities, especially languages, literature and culture. As an International Studies major, you’ll earn a minimum of 33 credits, including courses in international relations, diplomatic/foreign history, economics and geography.
What majors are available at SUNY Oneonta?
A related major in Political Science is also available. Faculty work closely with the SUNY Oneonta Office of Global Education and the SUNY Office of International Programs to identify study abroad and internship opportunities, including international internships.
Do SUNY students pay for study abroad programs?
Study abroad students pay SUNY tuition (in-state or out-of-state, depending upon New York State residency) plus costs, which vary from program to program. Matriculated students at a State University of New York campus register on their home campus for programs offered at any other campus.
What is the eligibility for SUNY State University overseas study programs?
State University overseas study programs are, with some exceptions, open to all SUNY and non-SUNY students, with eligibility ranging from first year to graduate level.