Summer, WINTER, and Semester Programs

Tbilisi, Georgia - Fall 2019

Courses:

ENGINEERING 
Aerospace Engineering 340 Fluid Mechanics 
Civil Engineering 100, Introduction to Civil Engineering 
Civil Engineering 220, Civil and Environment Engineering Computer Applications 
Civil Engineering 301, Introduction to Solid Mechanics 
Civil Engineering 302L, Solid Mechanics Laboratory 
Computer Engineering 160, Introduction to Computer Programming
Computer Engineering 270, Digital Systems 
Computer Engineering 361, Windows Programming 
Computer Engineering 375, Embedded Systems Programming 
Computer Engineering 470L, Digital Logic Laboratory 
Computer Engineering 475, Microprocessors 
Computer Engineering 496, Advanced Computer Engineering Topics 
Construction Engineering 201, Construction Concepts and Building Codes 
Construction Engineering 301, Construction Ethics, Law, and Contracts 
ConstructionEngineering 312, Mechanical and Electrical Principles for Construction 
Construction Engineering 320, Construction Estimating 
Construction Engineering 330, Principles of Engineering Economy 
Electrical Engineering 210, Circuit Analysis I 
Electrical Engineering 300, Computational and Statistical Methods for Electrical Engineers 
Electrical Engineering 310, Circuit Analysis II 
Electrical Engineering 330, Fundamentals of Engineering 
Electronics Electrical Engineering 330L, Engineering Electronics Laboratory 
Electrical Engineering 340, Electric and Magnetic Fields 
Electrical Engineering 420, Feedback Control Systems 
Electrical Engineering 440, Electromagnetic Waves 
Electrical Engineering 458, Analog and Pulse Communication Systems 
Electrical Engineering 496, Advanced 
Electrical Engineering Topics 
Mechanical Engineering 200, Statics 
Mechanical Engineering 240, Introduction to Engineering Materials

PHYSICS
Physics 195, Principles of Physics 
Physics 195L, Principles of Physics Laboratory 
Physics 196, Principles of Physics 
Physics 196L, Principles of Physics Laboratory

 

CHEMISTRY
Chemistry I00, Introduction to General Chemistry 

MATHEMATICS
Mathematics 141, Precalculus 
Mathematics 150, Calculus I 
Mathematics 151, Calculus II

GENERAL EDUCATION:
Lower Division:
Communication 103, Oral Communication 
Comparative Literature 270A, World Literature 
Economics 102, Principles of Economics 
History 100, World History 
Philosophy 101, Introduction to Philosophy: Ethics 
Political Science 101, Introduction to American Politics in Global Perspective 
Women's Studies 101, Women: Self, Identity and Society
Upper Division:
Communication 371, Intercultural Communication 
Philosophy 332, Environmental Ethics  
Women's Studies 375, Sex, Power, and Politics

Dates:

Fall 2019 Semester

Cost:

Regular SDSU fall 2019 semester tuition

For more info:

Info and Application Page

 

Granada, Spain - Summer 2019

Courses:

ENV 355 (Intro to Environmental Engineering) - 
Taught by Dr. Natalie Mladenov, SDSU


Dates:

Abroad in Spain: June 9 to 23, Course dates incuding time at SDSU: May 20 - June 22 (SDSU Summer Session 1)

Tours:

Granada, Alhambra, Lagos de las Sierra Nevada, Emasgara Plant

Cost:

$2,936
For more info:

Info and Application Page

 

Krakow, Poland - Summer 2019

Courses:

CIVE 499 (Transport in Europe)
Taught by Dr. Janusz Supernak, SDSU

GENS 450 (Women in Polish History)
Taught by a Polish professor in English

Dates:

4 weeks from  Early June to Early July 
(Summer Session 1)

Tours:

Warsaw, Katowice, Carpathian Mountains, Auschwitz, Wieliczka Salt Mine, and more!

Cost:

About $5,000

Contact for More Info:

Dr. Janusz Supernak -  [email protected]

 

Panama City, Panama - Winter 2019

Courses:

CIVE 465 (Foundation Engineering andd Earth Retaining Structures) 
Taught by Dr. Julio Valdes, SDSU


CIVE 530 (Open Channel Hydraulics)
Taught by Tom Zink, SDSU

Late December 2019 to Late January 2020 (SDSU Winter Session)

Tours:

Miraflores Dam and Locks, Gatun Dam, Madden Dam, Panama Canal Museum, Panama Canal expansion dams, La Tavita, Portobelo, Fort San Lorenzo, Casco Viejo Isla Contadora, and SCUBA diving (with optional SCUBA certification).

Cost:

About $4,000

Next Info Meeting:

Meetings to be scheduled late spring and early fall 2019.

 

Furtwangen, Germany (Canceled for 2019 - Check back for summer 2020)

Courses:

AE 340 (Fluid Mechanics) 
Taught by Carl Tedesco, SDSU


GENS 450 (Women in German History)
Taught by Local German Professor in English

Dates:

Late May to Late June 2020 (SDSU Summer Session 1)

Tours:

The World Famous German Black Forest, Stuttgart, Porsche and Mercedes-Benz Factories, Lake Constance, European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, and Zurich, Switzerland.

Cost:

About $5,000

Next Info Meeting:

Meetings to be scheduled in fall 2019.

 

Pisa, Italy - On Hold - Updates will be provided when available

Courses:

E 280 (Methods of Analysis) 
Taught by an SDSU engineering professor.

GENS 450 (Women in Italian History)
Taught by an Italian professor in English

Dates:

5 weeks from Late May to Late June 
(Summer Session 1)

Tours:

Rome, Florence, Venice, Naples, Pompeii, Tuscany, and more!

Cost:

TBD - About $5,000

Info:

Pisa Engineering Exchange Program Page