Study Abroad

UD Programs

The UD Institute for Global Studies offers a wide range of credit-bearing study abroad programs, primarily during Winter Session. Although these change slightly from year to year, typical engineering program offerings include:

Australia – CIEG 351-070: Transportation Engineering; CIEG 402: Introduction to Sustainability Principles in Civil Engineering 

Australia – ARTH 167: Street Art; CHEG 420: Biochemical Engineering; CHEG 467: Project Design & Engineering

Dubai – CIEG 486-070: Engineering Project Management; CIEG 492-070: International Construction

Greece – MSEG 201-071: Material Science for Engineers; PHYS 143-071: Energy Technology and Society; HIST 339-071: Topics in European History

London – CPEG 467-070: Internet of Things; ELEG 467-070: Digital Photography 

New Zealand – CISC 355: Computers, Ethics, and Society; CISC 367: Computer Science Learning Game Development

Additional non-Engineering UD Winter Session study abroad programs our students might want to learn more about:

Australia – GEOG 467/667-070: Ecological and Social Restoration of Mineral Landscapes

Ghana – AFRA/POSC 441: Contemporary Politics by Country

UD’s College of Engineering also provides the following competitive opportunities for undergraduates.

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE (NUS) in Singapore: Qualified CHEG students in their Junior year may spend a semester at NUS to complete UD-transferrable coursework. Students pay UD tuition and airfare, travel, and living expenses. Contact Professor Doug Buttrey in Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering for more information.

Vetted Non-UD  Programs

Please reach out to UD Global’s Study Abroad office (Institute for Global Studies) to discuss these and other options. We recommend students seek transfer equivalency approval prior to acceptance in any non-UD program, otherwise transfer equivalencies are not guaranteed.  

Non-UD Vetted

There are a number of non-UD programs available. Make sure you research these carefully and speak with a UD IGS study abroad coordinator to determine the best fit for you. The IGS website provides additional advice and program databases worth exploring.

Our engineering students have reported positive experiences with The GREEN Program, which organizes intensive experiential learning around sustainability issues in Iceland, Japan and elsewhere.