Courses numbered as follows, fall into these categories:

100-200 Lower division
300-400 Upper division
500-600s Graduate courses

Course level will be determined upon receipt of the official transcript.

Core-Education Requirements

AL Arts & Letters Group Satisfying requirement
AL or BA Lang If a student declares a BA, this course counts toward a Bachelor of Arts Foreign Language requirement. If a student declares a BS, this course counts toward an Arts & Letters Group Satisfying requirement
BA Lang Bachelor of Arts Foreign Language requirement
BS Math Bachelor of Science Math requirement
SCI Science Group Satisfying requirement
SCI or BS Math If a student declares a BS, this course counts toward a Bachelor of Science math requirement. If a student declares a BA, this course counts toward a Science Group satisfying requirement.
SSC Social Science Group Satisfying requirement
GP Global Perspectives
US US: Difference, Inequality and Agency

How do I apply for or obtain general information about a study abroad program?

For information about study abroad programs contact Global Education Oregon or the Global Studies Institute.

When will my study abroad course work appear on my UO transcript?

As soon as the Office of the Registrar receives an official (hard copy) transcript from the study abroad institution. The official transcript will be processed within 3-5 business days

Why does my study abroad course work only count as elective credit?

The course has either been designated as an elective by the relevant UO academic department, or a syllabus has not been received and evaluated by the relevant UO academic department.

How will I know if my study abroad courses will count at the UO?

Check the study abroad course equivalencies below. If the course is not listed, submit a syllabus to the Office of the Registrar to begin the review process. If no syllabus is received by the time the official transcript arrives from the study abroad institution, elective credits will be recorded on your official UO transcript.

Where should my official (hard copy) study abroad transcript be sent?

Currently enrolled University of Oregon students should mail their transcripts to:

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
ATTN: STUDY ABROAD
5257 UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
EUGENE OR 97403-5257

This page will help you determine how courses from Global Education Oregon (GEO) and Global Studies Institute (GSI) will apply toward your UO requirements.

To begin, select the region, country, and the program or location below. For more information about the region, country, or program, click on the hyperlinks beneath each column. For additional information, see Frequently Asked Questions.

Look for courses by region, country and program/location:

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Region, Country & Program or Location Foreign Course Information UO Subject and Title Recorded As Core-Education Requirements Evaluated As (equivalent courses not repeatable for credit) Department Approved
Oceania
> Palau
  > Archaeology in Palau
Foreign Course Title:
Pacific Islands Archaeology
Language of Instruction:
ENG
Additional Info:
ANTH: Pacific Island Archaeology OXFA 388 ARCH & GEOG YES
Oceania
> Samoa
  > Apia - SIT
Foreign Course Title:
Globalization & Contemporary Issues
Language of Instruction:
ENG
Additional Info:
PACI 3020
SMO: Globalization & Contemporary Issues OSIT 388 ELEC *No syllabus submitted for evaluation.
Oceania
> Samoa
  > Apia - SIT
Foreign Course Title:
Independent Study Project (various topics)
Language of Instruction:
ENG
Additional Info:
ISPR 3000
INTL: Independent Study Project OSIT 388 ELEC YES
Oceania
> Samoa
  > Apia - SIT
Foreign Course Title:
Research Methods & Ethics
Language of Instruction:
ENG
Additional Info:
ANTH 3500
ANTH: Research Methods & Ethics OSIT 388 ELEC YES
Oceania
> Samoa
  > Apia - SIT
Foreign Course Title:
Samoan
Language of Instruction:
SAMOAN
Additional Info:
SAMO 1003
SMO: Beginning Samoan OSIT 188 ELEC
Oceania
> Samoa
  > Apia - SIT
Foreign Course Title:
Traditional Societies in Transition
Language of Instruction:
ENG
Additional Info:
PACI 3010
SMO: Traditional Societies in Transition OSIT 388 GP ELEC *No syllabus submitted for evaluation.

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