Elmira College has successfully partnered with universities across the globe to provide an innovative opportunity for students who would like to earn academic credit courses while overseas to enhance their global exposure and international perspective.
This program is offered through CSO (Center for Study Overseas, Inc.). Elmira College team members facilitate the program, coordinating and overseeing academic policies and curriculum design. These "global citizens" are dedicated to student learning and success as well as ensuring high standards of academic integrity across our course offerings. Our diverse professors bring unique perspectives and foster a global perspective in the classroom, which enhances student engagement and growth.
Students apply for this program through CSO and attending students can select from the below course list.
All courses offered by the International Credit Program at Elmira College will be online in summer 2021 due to the COVID-19 situation. All classes start on July 12th and end on August 9th. All instructors are employees of Elmira College and teach courses at the College. Elmira College is fully accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
|Course #||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|ARH 3163||Contemporary Art||3.0|
|ARH 2100||Intro to Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic||3.0|
|ARH 2101||Intro to Art History: Renaissance Modern||3.0|
|PHR 1300||Intro to World Religions||3.0|
|SOC 1010||Introduction to Sociology||3.0|
|ECO 2020||Principles of Macroeconomics||3.0|
|ECO 2010||Principles of Microeconomics||3.0|
|PSY 1010||Introductory Psychology||3.0|
|MAT 3045||Introduction to Probability||3.0|
|BIO 1020||General Biology||3.0|
|ENG 1150||World Science Fiction||3.0|
|ANT 1040||Cultural Anthropology||3.0|
|ENG 1102||American Short Story||3.0|
|ENG 2010||The Craft of Writing Fiction||3.0|
|HMS 2010||Chemical Dependency: Treatment and Rehabilitation||3.0|
|CHE 1010||Introductory Chemistry||3.0|