The International Scholars Program (ISP) requires completing 4 fully or partially international courses. These courses can count toward any major, minor, or be taken as electives. The 4 courses can come from any combination of the following:
  • Gen Ed courses designated (N) as international.
  • Quest courses designated (N) as international.
  • ISP recommended courses.
  • Courses on an international topic (Fully International) .
  • Courses completed during a study abroad or international exchange.
  • Language courses at the 3000 level and above. (Language courses taken at the 1000 and 2000 level do not count toward the coursework requirement but do count for meeting the international experience/language study requirement.)
  • Courses with a significant international component (Partially International) .
    ISP defines these courses as either at least 30% of the course content addressing issues outside of the United States or 30% of the course grade is based on a project that is international in scope.
If you have any additional questions about ISP Coursework requirements, please visit our FAQ page.

Quest Courses All Quest courses designated (N) for international count toward the ISP international coursework requirement. Follow the link to learn more about Quest 1 and 2 courses available. (Please note that some Quest courses are also ISP recommended courses. See the ISP course catalog below.)

ISP Recommended Courses ISP recommended courses come from a variety of colleges and disciplines. Courses have been developed to include student learning outcomes that emphasize international competency and skills that develop global citizenship. Many of the courses in the ISP Course Catalog have been specifically designed for the International Scholars Program. Find internationalized opportunities in a specific major or explore new interests through these courses.

Lisa House
Food and Resource Economics
Fall, Spring
Maira Reimao
Food and Resource Economics
Fall, Spring
Travis McArthur
Food and Resource Economics
Fall, Spring
Natalie Coers
Agricultural Education & Communication
Fall
Sara Agnelli, Ilaria Capua , the One Health Team
Public Health
Fall, Summer
Susan D. Gillespie
Anthropology
Fall, Summer
Adrienne Strong
Anthropology
Fall, Summer
Marit Ostebo
Anthropology
Fall, Spring
Diba Mani
Applied Physiology and Kinesiology
Fall, Spring
Benjamin Keselowsky
Biomedical Engineering
Fall
Michele Tennant and Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig
Botany and Zoology
Spring
Erika J. Brooke
Criminology
Spring
Diana Karol Nagy
Center for Written & Oral Communication
Spring
Kathryn Frank
Urban and Regional Planning
Fall, Summer
TBD
Urban and Regional Planning
Spring
Marina Klimenko
Psychology
Fall, Spring
Subrata Roy
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Spring
Mary Risner
Education
Summer
Dragan Kujundzic
English and Jewish Studies
Fall
Rebecca Baldwin
Entomology & Nematology
Fall, Spring, Summer
Anthony Auletta
Entomology & Nematology
Fall, Spring
Esther Romeyn
Center for European Studies
Spring
Heidi Radunovich
Family, Youth, and Community Sciences
Fall, Spring
Amanda Phalin
Finance, Insurance and Real Estate
Fall, Spring
Gabriela Hamerlinck
Geography
Fall
Liz Screaton
Geological Sciences
Fall, Spring
Filiz Naz Erenguc
Health Education & Behavior
Fall
Carolyn Hanson
Public Health
Summer
Anthony Maurelli
Public Health
Spring
Jeffery Pufahl
Center for Arts in Medicine
Fall, Spring
Ferol Carytsas
Center for Arts in Medicine
Fall
Valeria Kleiman & Gillian Lord
Chemistry; Spanish and Portuguese Studies
Spring
Leslie Thiele
Political Science
Fall
Ido Oren
Political Science
Fall
Quest 1
Lynne Clark & Maya Shastri
Interdisciplinary Studies
Spring
Kathryn Dwyer Navajas & Antonio Sajid López
Spanish & Portuguese Studies
Spring
Monika Oli
Microbiology and Cell Science
Fall
Joe Orser
Interdisciplinary Studies
Fall, Spring, Summer
Aida Hozic
Political Science
Fall
Aida Hozic
Political Science
Fall, Spring
Dragan Kujundzic
English and Jewish Studies
Spring
Marcin Dadan & Eric Potsdam
Linguistics
Fall
Caroline Wiltshire
Linguistics
Spring
Emilie Lenes
Education
Fall
Elizabeth Wood
Public Health
Spring

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