Study Abroad & University Studies Requirements

Two- & Three-Week Programs in Summer 2020:

 
 

Earning University Studies credit abroad is a great way to maximize your time overseas! Students can take coursework towards their major or minor and also fulfill UNST requirements (including the Capstone requirement!) Connect with your Academic Advisor and your Education Abroad advisor to ensure you're choosing the best program to fit your goals. Your Education Abroad advisor can also help you explore ways to use financial aid, scholarships, and grants to finance your travel!


"I learned that I need to take advantage of every opportunity that is given to me, and by stepping out of my comfort zone, I have gained resilience and more confidence in interacting with people in different environments."

- Stacie, Sociology Major, earned her Capstone in Costa Rica

Can I Afford to Study Abroad? 

Yes, you can!

  • Receiving FAFSA? All subsidized & unsubsidized Stafford Loans will automatically work on your study abroad program!
  • Veteran? Use your Veterans Benefits to help cover the cost of your program fee!
  • Pell Grant Recipient? Not only can you use your Pell Grant, but you are also eligible for the Gilman Scholarship, worth up to $5,000!
  • Need Scholarships? The PSU Ed Abroad office offers scholarship workshops every term and has a multitude of resources online for students on a budget. Come meet with us so we can talk about awards ranging from $500 - $10,000.

 

What Programs OFFER COURSES TOWARDS
University Studies Requirements?

SOPHOMORE INQUIRY

JUNIOR CLUSTER: American Identities

JUNIOR CLUSTER: Design Thinking/Innovation/Entrepreneurship

JUNIOR CLUSTER: Environmental Sustainability

JUNIOR CLUSTER: Examining Popular Culture

JUNIOR CLUSTER: Families and Society

JUNIOR CLUSTER: Freedom, Privacy, and Technology
JUNIOR CLUSTER: Gender and Sexuality Studies

JUNIOR CLUSTER: Global Perspectives

JUNIOR CLUSTER: Healthy People, Healthy Places
JUNIOR CLUSTER: Interpreting the Past

CAPSTONE

 

Don't see a program that works for you? Click here for the complete list of programs.

 

Ready to Get Started?

 

1. Attend or watch an Ed Abroad 101 Session.
2. Meet with an Ed Abroad Advisor.

3. Meet with your Academic Advisor to make sure you understand the requirements needed to graduate.