Engineering | Study Abroad

Paris: Photography, Architecture, and the City of Lights

Photograph by Ivan Chen

Embark on a Faculty-Directed Study Abroad!

Aero-Mechanics In England

Photograph courtesy of Nicole Gonzales

Paris: Photography, Architecture, and the City of Lights

Photograph by Renee Dennison

Aero-Mechanics In England

Photograph courtesy of Nicole Golzales

Fulton Schools Faculty-directed programs

Faculty-directed programs are summer study abroad programs led by an ASU faculty member. In a Faculty Directed program, students pay a program fee which generally includes tuition, accommodations, meals, local transportation, program related excursions, and some meals. Each program focuses on a certain academic discipline with students earning ASU course credit, and incorporates excursions and field trips to give students the opportunity to explore and learn about their host country.

Faculty interested in developing a study abroad program should contact: Chase Norris-Student Engagement; Chase.Norris@asu.edu 480-727-2013.

Programs in Summer 2018 (details still being confirmed)

Aero-Mechanics In England

  • London, England and Winchester, England
  • Dates: TBD
  • Earn credit for MAE 400 Engineering Profession (3 credits) and MAE 394 Aeronautics in England (3 credits). See how the course fits into your degree requirements.
  • Prerequisite: Tempe campus Mechanical and Aerospace rising juniors and seniors (the MAE 400 prerequisite of MAE 322 or MAE 325 will be waived for students participating in this program); 2.5 or higher GPA
  • Faculty Director:  Tim Takahashi, Professor of Practice in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy
  • Program Fee: TBD – applications not yet available

Paris: Photography, Architecture, and the City of Lights

  • Paris, France
  • Dates: TBD
  • Prerequisite: 3.0 or higher GPA
  • Earn credit for GIT 494/598 Paris: Photography, Architecture, and the City of Lights (3 credits). See how the course fits into your degree requirements.
  • Faculty Directors: Associate Professor of Practice Penny Ann Dolin, Associate Professor of Practice in the Polytechnic School and Chad Westover, Lecturer in the Polytechnic School
  • Program Fee: TBD

    Startup Nation: Entrepreneurship in Israel

    Venture Capital in Israel

    Visualization and Simulation in Japan (pending approval)

    • Tokyo, Japan
    • Dates: TBD
    • Earn credit for FSE 394 Visualization and Simulation in Japan (3 credits). See how the course fits into your degree requirements.
    • Prerequisites: Fulton Engineering or Computer Gaming Certificate student, 2.5 or higher GPA, and CSE 100, CSE 110, or CST 100 or understanding of basic concepts of control flows including conditional statements (“if” statements), loops, functions (procedures/ methods), and arrays
    • Faculty Director Dr. Yoshi Kobayashi,  Lecturer in the School of Computing, Informatics, and  Decision Systems Engineering
    • Program Fee: TBD