The College of Social Science Semester Study Programs are available in Washington DC, Hawaii, New Orleans, San Francisco, Boston and New York. These are great ways to get to know other students and faculty, and also go somewhere in the U.S. Students learn more about themselves and the location they visit.
For more information, e-mail: Study.Away@ssc.msu.edu
Why Should I Study Abroad? Michigan State University is a national leader in Study Abroad. There are a wide variety of study abroad programs that students participate in. Study abroad provides important experiences that can help students develop the personal, academic, and professional skills they will need to succeed. A study abroad experience can improve academic and professional career prospects, as well as be the entry into a field's international community.
What Types of Programs are Available to Me? MSU currently offers over 275 Study Abroad programs. Psychology majors can study abroad in a variety of settings while completing course work in their major and/or earning general education and elective credits. Programs are available throughout the year, ranging in length from two weeks to a full academic year. While some require a foreign language, most have no such requirement and courses are taught in English. Many programs are accompanied by an MSU faculty member, while others allow direct enrollment in a foreign university. In all cases, MSU's Office of Study Abroad works with representatives on site to ensure students receive the support they need.
To Learn more about the MSU Psychology Study Abroad Program at Kent University in the UK, check out our website.
Information can also be found on the MSU Study Abroad website for the Kent program as well as all study abroad programs: https://osa.isp.msu.edu/Programs/program/index/106552.