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Major-Specific Study Abroad Brochures
Below is a list of study abroad major-specific resources* by academic department.

General Education
Accounting and Finance
African American and African Diaspora Studies
Anthropology
Archaeology
Art
Biology general and brochure
Business   
Business Administration
Chemistry
Classical Studies    
Communication Sciences and Disorders

Communication Studies
Community and Therapeutic Recreation
computer science general and programs
Consumer Apparel and Retail Studies
Dance
Education
Environmental Studies
English
French
Geography
German
History
Human Development and Family Studies
Interior Architecture
International and Global Studies
Japanese
Kinesiology.pdf 
Mathematics and Statistics
Media Studies  
Music
Nursing
Nutrition
Peace and Conflict Studies
Philosophy
Physics and Astronomy
Political Science
Psychology
Public Health
Religious Studies general and programs.pdf
Russian Studies
Social Work
Sociology
Spanish

Tourism, Hospitality, and Recreation
Theatre
Women's and Gender Studies

 
*Please note that students are not limited to the featured list of programs on these brochures. Click here to search all study abroad programs offered by UNCG.

Carolina Ruiz
PHE major, studied abroad in Lyon, France, 


"For me, studying abroad in Lyon, France was the best experience I have ever had. I got to meet so many wonderful people and go to the most amazing places. Living in France really helped me look at life the way the French do. For the French, life is all about living. All you need is good food, good wine, and good friends. They don't understand why Americans spend so much time working instead of really enjoying life. As someone who is majoring in Public Health, the French lifestyle is proof to me that health is a lot more about how you feel than what you eat or do. It's impossible to not fall in love with the French and with Lyon." 

 

 
 

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