- Our Impact
If you are studying abroad or completing an IE3 Global Internship you should review all the steps and information on the back of the Go Abroad in Biology and Zoology document or the Go Abroad in Human Health Professions document.
If you are completing an IE3 Global Internship it will be counted as elective credit for the 180 credits needed to graduate or may be approved for up to 3 credits of upper division science electives for the new Zoology or Biology majors and most Biology options . Email Brock McLeod a description of the IE3 Global Internship in question if you are seeking approval for one that is not listed in the Go Abroad in Biology and Zoology document or Go Abroad in Human Health Professions document.
Students who are completing a study abroad program should email Brock McLeod to see if there is a list of past coursework for students that have attended your program of interest. Use this list as a starting place, but it will generally not be all of the choices you have. You can use the list of course designators to find department that may offer courses of interest (e.g. MB courses at James Cook University are Marine Biology). If you are taking courses to complete another major or minor you should meet with them before you go. A few considerations for study abroad course selection: