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SDSU Aztecs Abroad Search

Aztecs Abroad is a database maintained by SDSU’s main Study Abroad Office, most of which will satisfy the CHHS International Requirement.  Find your program today!

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SDSU College of Extended Studies

The SDSU College of Extended Studies (CES) offers short-term study abroad programs which are available to SDSU students as well as the general public.  Many CES programs satisfy the CHHS International Requirement.

SDSU Department Programs

Latin American Studies Department:

The following classes, that have travel one day a week to Mexico, have been approved to fulfill the CHHS International Experience Requirement for Fall 2017:

  • LATAM 320 CULT & SOCIETY OF TIJUANA
  • LATAM 350 GLOBALIZATN AND AMERICAS
  • LATAM 550 MEX-US BORD LATAM PERSPEC

For Spring 2018:

  • LATAM 320 CULT & SOCIETY OF TIJUANA
  • LATAM 550 MEX-US BORD LATAM PERSPEC
These classes are reviewed each semester, so if you are interested in enrolling in one of the classes during a different semester, please check with the CHHS International Coordinator prior to registration. Check with the Latin American Studies Department for all questions regarding application and enrollment.
**Please note that these classes do not fulfill any GE or cultural diversity.
 
 

Additional Opportunities

  • Global Heath Corps offers 1 year-long paid fellowships to students from diverse backgrounds that are under 30 years old and that hold a Bachelor’s degree
  • Interested in programs to work, intern, volunteer abroad? Search the ISC website for a number of resources.
  • Critical Languages Info Session: Fully funded summer language study. Spend seven to ten weeks abroad at one of 20 sites learning one of these languages (Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bangla, Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Punjabi, Russian, Swahili, Turkish Urdu) 
    • Thursday, September 28th from 2:00pm-3:00pm, International Student Center (ISC)
    • Friday, October 6th from  2:00pm-3:00pm, International Student Center (ISC)
  • Critical Language Scholarship