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International Programs 101 (video)
10-minute overview of how to get started with international programs and how to navigate this site.
Checklist of the SDSU offices that Fowler students will work with as they plan their international experience.
These sheets show the transferable courses with each partner program. Courses abroad are not guaranteed as course offerings change every semester, but the International Programs Coordinator advises and facilitates alternatives prior to and once students are in country.
Fowler International Alumni Panel
How does an international experience influence your personal and career development? Three Fowler alumni from different periods of their academic and professional career share in the video here.
Undergraduate International Programs by Major
Search for approved SDSU International Programs by Major below.
*This subject area also includes programs that offer several of the Business core courses (BA 300, 310, 323, 350, 360, 370, 405)
- All other programs and locations for onsite outbound Exchange for Spring semester 2021 are currently suspended.
- Summer 2021 SDSU onsite Global Seminar programs (formerly SDSU Faculty-Led programs), Course-embedded, Transborder and Academic-related travel are suspended.
- Summer 2021 onsite partner programs not administered by SDSU are currently being evaluated. Further updates to follow.
- For further questions, make an appointment with the Fowler International Programs Advisor and/or the Global Education Office via Zoom-by Virtual walk-ins.
- SDSU also has many virtual international programs that do not require travel.
- Make an appointment with the Fowler International Programs Advisor and/or the Global Education Office via Zoom-by Virtual walk-ins to brainstorm ideas to be "glocal" (globally local) or pursue postgraduate international opportunities.
- The ideal time for Fowler students to study abroad for a semester or year is the first or second semester of Junior year (first year of upper division courses).
- SDSU also offers credit-bearing virtual internships, as well as non-credit bearing Volunteer and/or Service-Learning opportunities during the Winter and Summer breaks. Each program type has varied minimum eligibility requirements.
- Read and refer to Planning an International Experience during your time at Fowler for a general overview of what to expect in the process.
- Begin your search and start the Advising phase on the Aztecs Abroad database. Aztecs Abroad contains all approved SDSU international program types.
- Note the Program type and Chances of Placement, as programs vary with regards to credit type; financial aid and scholarships eligibility, and available spaces.
- Refer to the Fowler College of Business Course Articulation sheets to gain an academic overview of the courses that will likely be offered abroad.
- Prepare questions and meet with the Fowler International Programs Coordinator, Willaine Cabal Carr. Her contact information is below.
- Application deadlines vary by program type but is generally several months before the program start date.
- For the most updated information, be sure to check the deadline as listed on the Aztecs Abroad program brochure.
- Undergraduate students must enroll in 12 -15 units per semester abroad. Unit requirements may vary by partner university or program.
- Graduate students must enroll in the minimum 9 units per semester abroad.
International Programs Advising
The International Programs Coordinator in the Fowler College of Business is ready to assist with preparing your for your international program.