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Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering | Resources for Online Students

Travel on a study abroad program this summer with a Fulton Engineering faculty member on a faculty directed program, earn credit and gain global experience! Online students are encouraged to study abroad – learn more.

Applications are due on March 1, 2016. Fulton Engineering programs include:

Adventures in European Neuroscience

  • Copenhagen, Denmark and London, England
  • June 30-July 14, 2016
  • Earn credit for BME 494/598 Global Perspectives on Technological Innovation in Neuroscience (3 credits)
  • Prerequisite: students must have exposure to neuroscience (BME 235, BIO 360/465/467,PSY 325/PSY 394 Intro to Cognitive Neuroscience, KIN 421, SHS 350 or other equivalent course) or research experience (approved by faculty director), minimum GPA of 3.25, See how the course fits into your degree requirements.
  • Faculty Directors: Christopher Buneo, associate professor and Stephen Helms Tillery, associate professor; School for Biological and Health Systems Engineering

Paris: Photography, Architecture, and the City of Lights

  • Paris, France
  • May 14-May 29, 2016; with class meetings prior to departure offered via Adobe Connect (April 2 and April 16 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. MST)
  • 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, in the Polytechnic School and Chad Westover, lecturer in the Polytechnic School

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Startup Nation: Entrepreneurship in Israel

  • Israel (Jerusalem, Eilat, Arad, Tel Aviv)
  • May 22-June 5, 2016
  • Earn credit for TEM 494/598: Israel: Startup Nation (3 credits). See how the course fits into your degree requirements.
  • Prerequisite: minimum 2.5 GPA or graduate student; undergraduate students must have completed ENG 102, 105 or 108
  • Faculty Directors: Jason Bronowitz, lecturer; Carolyn Hirata, lecturer and program chair, Technological Entrepreneurship and Management in The Polytechnic School

Sustainable Energy Solutions for Islands

  • Aruba
  • May 15-May 28, 2016
  • Earn credit for FSE 494/598 Sustainable Energy Solutions for Islands (3 credits). See how the course fits into your degree requirements.
  • Prerequisite: students must have earned at least 12 credit hours in engineering or sustainability coursework. Other majors with a focus in sustainability will be considered on an individual basis.
  • Faculty Director: Nathan Johnson, assistant professor in the Polytechnic School

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Water and Environmental Sustainability Training in Mexico

  • Ensenada, Mexico
  • May 15-30, 2016
  • Earn credit for CEE 494/598 or GLG 494/598 Water and Environmental Sustainability Training in Mexico (3 credits). See how the course fits into your degree requirements.
  • Prerequisites: juniors and seniors and graduate students in good academic standing from the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, School of Earth and Space Exploration, or the School of Sustainability; minimum 2.8 GPA
  • Faculty Director: Enrique Vivoni, professor, School for Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment and the School of Earth and Space Exploration

Visualization and Simulation in Japan

  • Tokyo, Japan
  • May 13-29, 2016
  • Earn credit for FSE 394 Visualization and Simulation as Serious Game 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, CST 100 or understanding of basic concepts of control flows including conditional statements (“if” statements), loops, functions (procedures/ methods), and arrays
  • Faculty Director Yoshi Kobayashi, lecturer in the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering

Field tripFor questions, contact the faculty director, or Amy Sever, associate director of undergraduate student engagement at amy.sever@asu.edu or 480-727-8713.