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.

Summer 2021 Study Abroad Programs

Many Summer 2021 programs include courses that fulfill GEPs. Note, the list below has not been updated due to reduced offerings for 2021.

Programs that Fulfill GEP Requirements

CourseGEP FulfilledProgram
PRT 449: Human Dimensions of Natural ResourcesInterdisciplinary PerspectivesAustralia: Sustaining Human Culture & Natural Environments
PRT 450: Sustaining Natural EnvironmentsInterdisciplinary PerspectivesAustralia: Sustaining Human Culture & Natural Environments
COM 392: International and Crosscultural CommunicationSocial Sciences 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
FL 216: World Class Museums (transfer credit, English-taught)Visual & Performing ArtsFrance: French Language & Culture in Lille and Paris
PS 341: Introduction to European Studies (transfer credit, English-taught)Social SciencesFrance: French Language & Culture in Lille and Paris
STS 323: World Population and Food ProspectsInterdisciplinary PerspectivesGermany & Czech Republic: Food, Energy & Society
IPGK 205Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Global KnowledgeIceland: Intro to Renewable Energy
HI 410: Italian Renaissance Civilization & Culture*Humanities*Italy: History & Italian Studies in Florence
NSGK 295: Environmental Change*Natural Sciences*Italy: Environmental Change and Evolution
NSGK 295: Paleontology*Natural Sciences*Italy: Environmental Change and Evolution
AFS 240: African CivilizationHumanitiesNamibia: Wildlife Aerial Observatory
E 480: Namibia Wildlife Aerial ObservatoryInterdisciplinary PerspectivesNamibia: Wildlife Aerial Observatory
PS 353: Issues in Latin American and Caribbean PoliticsSocial SciencesPuerto Rico: Engineering, Issues in LAAC, and STS
ZO 233: Human-Animal InteractionsInterdisciplinary PerspectivesUK: STEM and Liberal Studies in London
SOC 202: Intro Sociology - Sociology through Rock 'n RollSocial Sciences and US DiversityUK: STEM and Liberal Studies in London
NR/IDS 303: Humans and the EnvironmentInterdisciplinary PerspectivesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
PHI 221: Contemporary Moral IssuesHumanitiesNC 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
EDP 304: Educational PsychologySocial SciencesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
PS 341: European PoliticsSocial SciencesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
HI 209: From Renaissance to Revolution: The Origins of Modern EuropeHumanitiesNC State Prague: Classic Summer
COM 292: Language, Communication, and CultureSocial Sciences, US DiversityNC State Prague: Classic Summer
E 102: Engineering in the 21st CenturyInterdisciplinary PerspectivesNC State Prague: Engineering in the 21st Century (E 102)
HUMG/VPGE 295: Music and Arts of PragueHumanities or Visual & Performing ArtsNC State Prague: Music & Arts
BCH 220: Biotechnology and SocietyInterdisciplinary PerspectivesPoland: Biotechnology
BIO 181: Biology**Natural SciencesPoland: Global STEM Semester
CH 201/202: General Chemistry**Natural SciencesPoland: Global STEM Semester
GN 311: Genetics**Natural SciencesPoland: Global STEM Semester
HESF 101: Health and Fitness, Physical Education**Health and Exercise StudiesPoland: Global STEM Semester
PS 231: International Relations**Social SciencesPoland: Global STEM Semester
PY 205/206: Physics for Life Sciences (Newtonian Mechanics)**Natural SciencesPoland: Global STEM Semester
PY 208/209: Physics For Life Sciences (Electricity and Magnetism)**Natural SciencesPoland: Global STEM Semester
ENG 209: Introduction to ShakespeareHumanitiesUK: British History & Shakespeare in Oxford
HI 429: British 20th Century History*Humanities*UK: British History & Shakespeare in Oxford

*Pending approval

**Final course list TBC