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Check out the following regions below that offer specific programming in your desired field. The current information reflects past course offerings so please be aware that future offerings may vary. All coursework must be approved by your academic department and/or advisor.
Study Abroad courses are often used for major requirements: Students that go on study abroad programs through CGIS with a public health or health focus use those credits towards their declared major or minor (not to fulfill pre-health courses).
Process for approval: Students should consult with their appropriate academic department to get credit for their major or minor. Please note that students cannot take any pre-professional school prerequisites abroad.
Contact: If you have questions about pre-professional coursework, please discuss with your pre-health advisor in Newnan.
Next Steps: Attend a First Step session (optional), where you will learn general information about studying abroad through CGIS. For detailed information, visit our CGIS Advising page where you can get access to First Step and information on how to meet with peer advisors and program advisors. Our team will be able to help you through the application process and can address any of your questions or concerns in relation to curriculum, navigating your identity, navigating through a specific country, and so much more!