To find course alignments for your program, you may use the Course Alignment Guides listed below by program type.
These lists of course alignments only include courses that other UConn students have taken in the past. They do not guarantee that these courses will be available when you participate in your program. For a program’s current course listing, check the program’s website, which you may access from the program’s brochure in our online database.
If you want to enroll in a course that is not on the list below, you will need to align it using our Course Alignment Form.
For General Education course substitutions, your school or college will decide if specific courses can be used to fulfill General Education requirements. You will need to individually petition your school for the substitution. For more information, visit our General Education Substitutions page.
Many courses taken overseas may meet the criteria for the Minor in International Studies. To access more information, visit our Minors in Area Studies page.
Please note that faculty departmental evaluators must assign all courses abroad UConn course department numbers before they can be posted and later considered for any major, minor, elective, or General Education credit.
Course Search Access – The courses in this search are pre-approved by UConn Faculty. This is not a full comprehensive list of every course you may take abroad on a specific program, but courses that have been submitted for approval in the past. Please understand if you see a course on this list, it is NOT a guarantee that course will be available during the term you are abroad, to incoming students to the program, or you may not fit the pre-requisites for the host program or to receive credit through UConn. Confirm with your UConn Academic Advisor about your Plan of Study.
Course Alignment Guides by Program Type
Note: Not all programs will appear on this list, as some programs are designed around one or more specific UConn classes that do not require alignment. These guides address only those programs on which you may take a variety of courses that require alignment. For more information about a program’s academic features, please read the Academics tab on that program’s online brochure in our database.