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Programs That Fulfill GEPs

Most students who study abroad on semester exchange programs also fulfill GEPs! Students are not limited to the options on this list and are encouraged to speak with their academic advisors to plan out the courses they would like to take abroad.

Programs that Fulfill GEP Requirements

CourseGEP FulfilledProgram
FL 250: Austrian Culture Up CloseHumanitiesAustria: German Language and Culture
FLG 102: Elementary German II (transfer credit)Foreign Language ProficiencyAustria: German Language and Culture
COM 392: International and Crosscultural CommunicationSocial Sciences and US DiversityBotswana: Public Health and Communication
ENG 342: Literature of Space and PlaceHumanities, Interdisciplinary Perspectives and US DiversityBotswana: Public Health and Communication
HI 317: Cuba Today - Sociopolitical and Historical PerspectivesHumanitiesCuba: History, Environment and Culture in Havana
HI 318: Environmental History in CubaInterdisciplinary PerspectivesCuba: History, Environment and Culture in Havana
FLF 102: Elementary French IIForeign Language ProficiencyFrance: Language, Culture and History in Lyon
FLI 315: Made in Italy - Where Heritage, Culture, Culinary History Blend with Technological InnovationHumanitiesItaly: Italian Language and Culture in Perugia and Rome
FLI 102: Elementary Italian II (transfer credit)Foreign Language ProficiencyItaly: Italian Language and Culture in Perugia and Rome
HI 254: Modern US HistoryHumanities, US DiversityJapan: History of Japanese Influences on US Culture
FLA 102: Beginning Arabic 102Foreign Language ProficiencyJordan: Qasid Arabic Institute
COM 292: Language, Communication, and CultureSocial Sciences, US DiversityNC State Prague: Classic Summer
EDP 304: Educational PsychologySocial SciencesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
EDP 370: Applied Child DevelopmentSocial SciencesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
ENG 223: Contemporary World Literature I - Protest, Dissent, and ChangeHumanitiesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
HI 209: From Renaissance to Revolution: The Origins of Modern EuropeHumanitiesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
NR/IDS 303: Humans and the EnvironmentInterdisciplinary PerspectivesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
PHI 221: Contemporary Moral IssuesHumanitiesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
PS 341: European PoliticsSocial SciencesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
PY 123 + 125: Stellar and Galactic Astronomy and LabNatural SciencesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
SOC 202: Principles of SociologySocial Sciences, US DiversityNC State Prague: Classic Summer
SOC 350: Food and SocietySocial SciencesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
E 102: Engineering in the 21st CenturyInterdisciplinary PerspectivesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
IPGK 295: The Struggle of the Free PressInterdisciplinary Perspectives*NC State Prague: The Struggle of the Free Press - Fake News and Conspiracy Theories
ENG 209: Introduction to ShakespeareHumanitiesNC State Prague: Shakespeare in Performance
FLS 212: Spanish, Language, Technology, CultureInterdisciplinary PerspectivesSpain: Language, Technology, and Culture in Sevilla
ENG 209: Introduction to ShakespeareHumanitiesUnited Kingdom: British History and Shakespeare in Oxford
HI 429: British 20th Century HistoryHumanitiesUnited Kingdom: British History and Shakespeare in Oxford
ZO 233: Human-Animal InteractionsInterdisciplinary PerspectivesUK: STEM and Liberal Studies in London
HUMG or VPGE 295: The Beatles and the British Invasion HumanitiesUK: STEM and Liberal Studies in London

*Pending approval

**Final course list TBC