*NOTE: Not all programs will align with majors within a college. It is the student's responsibility to research the specific course offer of each program.
Study Abroad Programs By College
This "Programs by College" area is part of the larger Study Abroad Curricular Integration (CI) project and will showcase the academic alignment of specific study abroad programs relative to Marquette colleges.
By clicking on an academic college below, you'll be directed to education abroad programs which offer courses (i.e., a major, an emphasis or significant area course offerings) in that same academic area.
Please note that you are not necessarily limited to the programs listed below. They are our recommendations based on the curriculum comparison we have done thus far with our partner institutions. NOTE: Not all programs will align with majors within a college. It is the student's responsibility to research the specific course offer of each program.
CI is a collaborative initiative between Marquette academic colleges, departments and the Office of International Education (OIE). The goal of this CI project is to fully integrate study abroad programs (i.e., academic, internships and research, and international service learning) into the Marquette four-year experience. This includes "course mapping" of the Marquette degree program curriculum with strategic study abroad programs.
If your department is interested in integrating your curriculum with study abroad, please contact email@example.com.
- Arts & Sciences
- Health Sciences
Klingler College of Arts and Sciences students can enhance their degree by taking major courses on Marquette programs through partnerships with prestigious universities around the world. Below, we've highlighted study abroad programs as they align with specific Marquette majors, focusing on programs offering an entire major, an emphasis or a significant number of courses in each academic field. There are other international opportunities available for A&S students, such as participating in MCC (core) courses, summer study, language study or faculty-led programs.
Criminology and Law Studies
English and Writing-Intensive English
Middle East and North Africa Studies
Social Welfare and Justice
Study abroad provides an invaluable opportunity for students to study in a different educational environment and gain firsthand exposure to other countries, cultures and societies and their business practices.
At the same time, in most programs students will have an opportunity to strengthen their foreign language skills, leading to a more marketable business degree. The Office of International Business Studies offers Marquette business students a variety of study abroad programs. Study abroad is possible in a full academic year, a semester or a summer program through one or more of our partner universities or through one of our short-term study tours administered by our faculty. For more information, please attend one or more of our Study Abroad Information Sessions that are held each semester to provide a comprehensive overview of the programs and the application requirements.
For more information, visit the Office of International Business Studies website.
Globally engaged students will make up the next generation of leaders in the fast-paced and dynamic field of communications. The complex communicative situations you will encounter abroad will improve your understanding of diverse human interactions and the international flow of communication.
Students who study abroad gain access to language learning opportunities, new methods of communication and experiences in negotiating cultural contexts. Let study abroad enhance the education you have begun at the Diederich College of Communication and be the launching point for obtaining the communication career you want.
Advertising, Corporate Comm and PR (Strategic Comm)
College of Education students can enhance their degree by taking courses in Marquette programs through partnerships with prestigious universities around the world. Education majors are encouraged to focus on taking classes abroad to satisfy content major and MCC (core) course requirements. Based on your major, please refer to the college-specific links above for more information.
Below, we've highlighted study abroad programs that offer education-related courses, have potential teaching/observational opportunities, or have structured ways to get involved with local students (e.g., after-school programs). It is important to note that while students studying abroad for the semester may be able to engage in teaching experiences or observation, any teaching experience abroad does not satisfy the Marquette education required field experience/observation hours due to certification and licensure regulations. There are other international opportunities available for education students such as summer study, language study or faculty-led programs.
Opus College of Engineering students can enhance their degree by taking engineering courses on Marquette programs through partnerships with prestigious universities around the world. There are other international opportunities available for engineering students such as through MCC courses, summer study, language study, faculty-led programs or research.
Engineering International Scholarships
College of Health Sciences students can enhance their degree by taking courses on Marquette programs through partnerships with prestigious universities around the world. There are other international opportunities available for students such as MCC courses, summer study, language study, faculty-led programs or research.
Other Semester Programs
Marquette University Law School's students have the unique opportunity to benefit from extended stays in other countries around the world where they can immerse themselves in different cultures and legal systems and learn from international faculties and classmates. Law School students can enroll in the summer study abroad program in Giessen, Germany, run in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin Law School and Justus Liebig University Law School in Giessen.
In addition, students may earn up to 18 credits toward their J.D. through the following exchange programs:
See more info on the Marquette Law School website.
Marquette University's College of Nursing works closely with partner universities and the Office of International Education to provide various international opportunities to nursing majors. College of Nursing students can enhance their degree by taking courses on the approved Marquette programs listed below.
There are other international opportunities available for nursing students such as participating in MCC courses abroad, summer study, language study and faculty-led programs.