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If you are completing an IE3 Global Internship listed in the abroad websites below you receive INTL 410 credit which may be counted for up to 3 credits of experiential learning electives for the Zoology or Biology majors and most Biology options. The INTL credits also count toward elective credits to reach the 180 credits needed to graduate, and many students need additional credits to reach 180 as the majors and Baccalaureate Core do not add up to 180 credits. if you are seeking approval for internships not listed in the Go Abroad in Biology and Zoology document or Go Abroad in Human Health Professions websites, email Brock McLeod a description of the IE3 Global Internship in question. Onlly Internships listed on the OSU GO website can be pre-approved as part of your degree program.
Students who are completing a study abroad program listed in the abroad websites (Go Abroad in Biology and Zoology document or Go Abroad in Human Health Professions websites) should review courses taken at a specific school in the OSU Course Equivalency Database. The course database does not list all possible courses, and it should be used in conjuction with the destination school website to explore possible courses of interest. You can use the list of course designators in the OSU Course Equivalency Database to find departments that likely offer courses of interest. For example, James Cook University (JCU) offers Marine Biology courses under the MB designator. Looking up that designator on the JCU website will likely show you other courses than what are listed in the OSU database.
A few considerations for study abroad course selection are outlined below, and you can email Brock McLeod if you have questions.
Once you have developed a list of courses of interest and what you hope to count them for, you can email Brock.McLeod@oregonstate.edu with the list. In this list, you should include the course descriptions and course number at the other school (cut and paste them in to an email) along with any ideas you have about what you hope to count them for in your pgorams. This email will start the process of getting approval for the course, and you will meet with Brock in the to finalize your list after he has a chance to review them.