Two websites will help you in researching and selecting your international program:
- SDSU Aztecs Abroad database contains all approved SDSU international programs, from Exchange programs, Independent Programs, Faculty-Led and Internships.
- Pay close attention to the Program type and Chances of Placement as programs vary with regards to credit(s); financial aid and scholarships, and chances of placement.
- sdsu.edu/international (this website) provides information about preferred programs for specific majors, health and safety, events and announcements, and more
The CHHS Dean’s Office (ED 154; To make appointments: https://calendly.com/chhsinternational
- Main contact: International Programs Coordinator: Julie Dugan (email@example.com)
- Any questions regarding HHS 350, the international requirement, program options and study abroad planning
- Browse all SDSU approved international programs on SDSU Aztecs Abroad
- Initiates SDSU Exchange, ISEP Exchange, ISEP Direct, Independent, CSU-IP and Internships applications. Students may not apply until they meet with an advisor and initiate the application.
- For students applying for SDSU Exchange, ISEP Exchange, ISEP Direct, Independent, CSU-IP and Internship program types, students must complete the Advising phase before scheduling to meet with a Study Abroad advisor and initiating an application.
- Faculty-Led programs are one- to four-week short-term programs over the winter break or summer break, led by SDSU faculty.
- Students who meet program prerequisites may apply directly via Aztecs Abroad, no need to meet with an advisor prior to application.
HHS 350 Summer programs: Early February | Winter programs: Early September
Application deadlines vary by program type. For the most updated information, be sure to check the deadline listed on the Aztecs Abroad program brochure.
- For HHS 350 applications, there is a field that allows you to list your second, third and fourth choice of HHS 350 location
- You can apply to only one program on Aztecs Abroad, and indicate a “second program choice” in the Aztecs Abroad application for semester programs.
- Select programs are competitive and have lower chance of placement.
- Chance of placement is noted on SDSU Aztecs Abroad program brochure linked to each program.
Study Abroad Process Checklist
- Passport: Make sure you have a valid passport, you will need it in order to travel internationally. You can apply at the SDSU Passport Office right on campus! NOTE: If you are an international student,check your home country’s website regarding renewing passports if needed.
- Academics: Learn more about satisfying academic requirements when you study abroad.
- Finance & Scholarships: Check out tips on how to manage your money during travel, receive financial aid and apply for scholarships.
- Health & Safety: Learn what you need to know about managing your health and staying safe while abroad.
- Diversity, Identity & Culture: Learn about issues of diversity, identity and culture.
- Family: Be sure to discuss your international experience with your family or parents.