Search Programs by Major or College
Students of all majors are encouraged to use our Advanced Program Search, which allows you to identify programs that offer courses in a particular area of study. If you do not see your major or area of interest, contact IEGI at email@example.com to learn more about the program options available based on your academics and goals for studying abroad.
Note: Students are NOT limited to taking courses in their major or minor while studying abroad. Depending on your major and academic plan, you may consider taking General Education courses, elective courses, and/or participate in a program with an internship, service learning, or research opportunity. You may also consider a short-term program that takes place in the summer, winter term, or spring break.
Harpur College students can view the Binghamton programs that offer courses in the below academic areas by clicking on the links below. If you do not see your major or academic field of interest listed below, contact IEGI at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the program options available based on your academics and goals for studying abroad.
Ancient Mediterranean Studies
Asian and Asian American Studies
Fine Arts & Humanities
French Language and Literature
German Language and Literature
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Science & Mathematics
Spanish Language and Literature
Other SUNY Programs: Harpur students may also want to explore programs through other SUNY campuses that meet their academic interests and goals for study abroad. Search on the SUNY Study Abroad website to learn more or visit the other SUNY campus education abroad websites to search their programs by field of study.
If you are interested in pursuing major or minor credit abroad, plan to meet with the director of undergraduate studies in your major or minor department(s) as they will determine whether or not major or minor credit can be granted. Jenna Whittaker in Harpur Academic Advising can also answer questions related to study abroad credit.
Studying abroad provides Watson students experiences needed to broaden their horizons and gain a competitive edge in today's global economy. Students can view the Binghamton University programs that offer courses in the academic areas listed below by clicking on the appropriate links.
Watson students should talk with an academic advisor in the Watson College Advising Office early on, in their first year if possible, about their interest in studying abroad. Learn more about studying abroad as a Watson student here.
Mechanical Engineering students can learn more about the process of studying abroad in the Guide to Education Abroad for Mechanical Engineering Majors.
For SOM students, having an international experience will expand your worldview and engage you with the broader business world. Decisions people are making overseas affect your business even if you don't do business outside of the United States.
SOM students interested in earning SOM credit abroad are permitted to take up to 2 upper level business courses while studying abroad from an AACSB or EQUIS accredited school. Both Business Administration and Accounting majors can view the full list of Binghamton programs with AACSB or EQUIS accreditation by clicking the link below.
Business (SOM Credit)
Learn more about studying abroad as a SOM student and view all SUNY programs with AACSB or EQUIS accreditation here.
SOM students are advised to start early in exploring the international opportunities available through Binghamton University and the entire SUNY system. SOM students should talk with an academic advisor in SOM Academic Advising about their plans to study abroad.
Nursing students can learn more about the process of studying abroad in the Guide to Education Abroad for Nursing Majors. Students can view the Binghamton University programs that offer courses in the academic area listed below by clicking on the appropriate link.
Nursing & Health Sciences
Decker students may also consider searching on the SUNY Study Abroad website for other SUNY education abroad programs that have a global health or health sciences focus/coursework.
Decker students should talk with an academic advisor in the Decker Division of Advising and Academic Excellence early on, in their first year if possible, about their interest in studying abroad.
CCPA students are encouraged to take advantage of education abroad programs and scholarships with international requirements, learning new perspectives and best practices that they can apply to their education and work at home. Students can view the Binghamton University programs that offer courses in the academic area listed below by clicking on the appropriate link.
Human Development majors can learn more about the process of studying abroad in the Guide to Education Abroad for Human Development Majors. Students should contact Mary Beth Kendrick in Human Development with questions about earning HDEV credit abroad.
Social Work majors should plan to talk with Social Work Academic Advising about studying abroad including the best time to go and the types of courses you should take while abroad.
Binghamton University graduate students interested in studying abroad as part of their degree are advised to speak with their academic department and the Graduate School about earning degree-applicable credit abroad. Graduate-level credit toward your degree is not guaranteed and requires written approval prior to participation.
The current Binghamton University education abroad programs that may offer graduate-level credit include:
- Colombia: Language and Culture in Colombia
- Italy: Instituto Lorenzo de' Medici Graduate Studies
- Malawi: Asset-Based Community Support and Development
- Morocco: Arabic Language and North African Studies
- Peru: Service Learning in Cusco
- Spain: Contemporary Spain Through its Multicultural Heritage
- Switzerland: International Studies and Multilateral Diplomacy (SIT)