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Business is Local and Global
We educate, engage, and empower undergraduate and graduate students to be effective business professionals through educational programs that reflect the international, entrepreneurial, and diverse character of our region.
Undergraduate International Programs by Major
Search for approved SDSU International Programs by Major below and/or use the Course Articulation sheet link - options range from short-term winter or summer break, semester or academic year Exchange and Direct partner programs, internships and volunteer/service-learning opportunities.
Fowler College of Business Course Articulation sheets contain previously approved courses with each partner.
Please note that 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.
*This subject area also includes programs that offer several of the Business core courses (BA 300, 310, 323, 350, 360, 370, 405)
- Winter break 2021 and Summer break SDSU Global Seminar programs have been suspended.
- Spring 2021 programs are still pending an official announcement. In the meantime, interested students are encouraged to apply to a program but be advised that a postponement or cancellation announcement may be made at a later date.
- Due to the unpredictability of COVID-19 and its impacts on international travel, students are advised to be flexible and have contingency options in mind in case their program is postponed or cancelled at a later time.
- The ideal time for Fowler College of Business 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 Global Seminars led by SDSU faculty; 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 Pursuing an International Experience as a Fowler College of Business major handout for a general overview of what to expect in the process.
- Begin your search and start the Advising phase on the SDSU 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.