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International Programs

2017 summer study abroad engineering programs updated below!

Welcome to Engineering International Programs where we provide resources for:

In an increasingly globalized economy, the College of Engineering is energetically engaged in providing our students with not only a strong engineering foundation, but also with experiences that will prepare them to successfully compete in the international workforce.

To achieve this goal, we aspire to produce engineers who are both internationally minded and culturally aware with many opportunities to study around the globe. 

In addition, the College of Engineering brings the world to our students with faculty members from Italy, Poland, Netherlands, Ukraine, Egypt, Turkey, Syria, Israel, Ethiopia, Iran, India, China, South Korea, Mexico, Panama, Brazil, and Peru. We also welcome hundreds of international students every year from around the globe who are studying for a degree, on exchange programs, or are visiting research scholars.

2017 Summer and Semester Programs


Pisa, Italy - On Hold - Updates will be provided when available.


  • E 280 (Methods of Analysis)
    Taught by Dr. Mauro Pierucci, SDSU
  • GENS 450 (Women in Italian History)
    Taught by an Italian professor in English


  • 5 weeks from Late May to Late June
    (Summer Session 1)


  • Rome, Florence, Venice, Naples, Pompeii, Tuscany, and more!


  • TBD - About $3,000

Krakow, Poland - On Hold - Updates will be provided when available. 


  • CONE 430 (Engineering Economy)
    Taught by Dr. Janusz Supernak, SDSU
  • CIVE 499 (Transport in Europe)
    Taught by Dr. Janusz Supernak, SDSU
  • GENS 450 (Women in Polish History)
    Taught by a Polish professor in English


  • 4 weeks from  Early June to Early July
    (Summer Session 1)


  • Warsaw, Katowice, Carpathian Mountains, Auschwitz, Wieliczka Salt Mine, and more!


  • TBD - About $3,000


Furtwangen. Germany


  • AE 340 (Fluid Mechanics)
    Taught by Dr. Nagy Nosseir, SDSU

  • GENS 450 (Women in German History)
    Taught by German Professor in English


  •  Early June 11 to July 8, 2017 (Summer Session 1)


  • The World Famous German Black Forest, Stuttgart, Porsche and Mercedes-Benz Factories, Lake Constance, European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, and Zurich, Switzerland.


  • $4,903

Next Info Meeting:

  • TBD


Tbilisi, Georgia


  • Math 141/150   Precalculus/Calculus I
  • Math 151  Calculus II
  • Math 254  Introduction to Linear Algebra
  • Chemistry 100/200   Introduction to Chemistry/General Chemistry
  • Physics 196/196 L  Principles of Physics  (calculus-based)
  • Biology 100  General Biology
  • Biology 204/204 L Principles of Organismal Biology, Lab
  • Computer Engineering 160 Introduction to Computer Programming
  • Computer Engineering 270  Digital Systems
  • Economics 102  Principles of Economics
  • GE Humanities
  • American Institutions


  •  Fall 2017 Semester


  • Regular SDSU fall 2017 semester tuition

Next Info Meeting:

  • January 27, 2017
  • 1:30pm
  • GMCS 602


Contact for Engineering Study Abroad:

Donovan Geiger
Tel: (619) 594-6079



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