CU Boulder Education Abroad offers over 400 programs in over 70 countries! You can go abroad for a semester, year, 2-12 weeks in the summer, or even winter break. Going abroad is strongly encouraged by the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department. Use the following information as a general guideline to plan your time abroad, and connect with your academic advisor as well. Work with Education Abroad advisors to get more details on how to get started, discuss your program options, and next steps.
- The most common year to study abroad is junior year, however sophomore year is also possible
- Of all the science majors, EBIO is one of the easiest to fulfill abroad and stay on track for graduation.
- The most common requirements to fulfill abroad are a 4000 level EBIO Course and/or the EBIO Laboratory requirement. .
- Use the Course Approvals List to find programs that offer courses approved for the credit you need
|Usually Doable||Tricky||Probably Not|
|General Electives||A&S Gen Ed / A&S Core||EBIO||A&S Gen Ed / A&S Core||EBIO||A&S Gen Ed / A&S Core||EBIO|
|Overall credit hours||Gen Ed: Arts and Humanities, Natural Science (Non-Lab), Social Sciences
Core: Contemporary Societies,
Historical Context, Literature & the Arts
|Upper-level EBIO courses, EBIO laboratory requirement, EBIO electives||Gen Ed: Global Diversity
Core: Human Diversity,
Ideals & Values, U.S. Context,
|N/A||Natural Science (Lab), Written Communication||Ancillary Coursework|