SEARCH APPROVED COURSES
Use the search engine to scan through our database of already-approved study abroad courses.
If a course you want to take abroad is not in this database, that doesn’t mean the course cannot be approved. The courses that appear on this database are just a small fraction of the courses that could potentially be approved for study abroad students. This database is new and only contains courses approved in recent history. As more students go abroad, the database will grow. Also, not all Loyola major and minor departments may be represented in the database. For those departments you don’t see in the database, it’s likely that they prefer to meet with you on an individual basis to approve courses. Modern Languages and Literatures is one example.
In order for a course in the database to count toward your degree, both the course title and course number (if one is listed) you see on this database must match with the title and number of the course you take abroad. If you cannot find course titles and numbers on your study abroad program's web-site or print materials, please check with the Office for International Programs. Additionally, the courses on this database may only count in the specific way they appear to be approved in the "LUC Equivalent" column. For example, if you find a course that has been approved to count toward a history minor, you cannot assume that it will also count toward a history major. You would need to seek a new approval through the process described on the Study Abroad Course Approval Form
Courses in the database do not necessarily reflect what will be offered during your term abroad. To check on what specific courses will be offered during your program and term, consult the study abroad program's web-site or print materials, or check with the Office for International Programs.
Note to Political Science students: If you if you plan to take courses from this database that have been approved toward the PLSC major or minor, the Political Science department chair strongly encourages you to schedule an advising meeting with him to discuss how the courses fit into your overall degree plan.
Is there a course you want to take that doesn’t appear in this database? Get a new course approval
To ensure that a course in the database will count toward your degree, you need to complete a Database Course Approval Form.(Database Course Approval Form)
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