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INTERNATIONAL CREDIT PROGRAM

Students taking notes in class

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.

The EC 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 and the 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 2022 due to the COVID-19 situation.

Summer Session Calendar for 2022:

  • Session 1: June 14 - July 11
  • Session 2: July 12 - August 8

*July 4 - public holiday

Course List
Course # Course Title Credit Hours Session #
SOC 101a Introduction to Sociology I 3 1
SOC 102b Introduction to Sociology II 3 2
SOC 1492 World Geography 3 1
SOC 3300 Gender and Society 3 2
PSY 101a Introductory Psychology I 3 1
PSY 102b Introductory Psychology II 3 2
PSY 2030 Personality 3 1
MGT 3720 Humans Resources Management 3 1
ECO 2010 Principles of Microeconomics 3 1
ECO 2020 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 2
BIO 101b THe Essentials of Biology 3 1
BIO 102a Introduction to Epidemiology 3 1
BIO 2310 Fundamentals of Biostatistics 3 1
MAT 209a Statistical Method I 3 1
MAT 209b Statistical Method II 3 2
MAT 2020 Calculus II 4 2
MAT 2020 Calculus II 4 2
BUSI 2010 Business Law I 3 1
ARH 2100 Intro to Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic 3 1
ARH 2101 Intro to Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3 2
ARH 3163 Contemproary Art 3 2
CHE 201a Organic Chemistry 3 1
CHE 202b Organic Chemistry II 3 2
PHR 101a World Religions I: Eastern Religions 3 1
PHR 102b World Religions II: Western Religions 3 2