Study Abroad in Buenos Aires

Study Abroad in Buenos Aires — Academics

Program Structure

Program Type Study abroad center program; instruction in English or Spanish
Program Level 1000–3000 level courses
Courseload Students are required to maintain a minimum enrollment of 13 credits per semester or maintain the minimum credit enrollment determined by their study abroad program, whichever is greater.

Study Spanish and choose from elective courses taught in either English or Spanish. Courses are available in a variety of subject areas, including art, literature, psychology, global studies and business.


View the full course list for this program.

Semester Program (Fall or Spring)

All semester students must enroll in a minimum of 13 credits.

Students who have taken at least four semesters of college-level Spanish (through SPAN 1004) or have equivalent proficiency, may enroll in any combination of English or Spanish-taught courses totaling 13–18 credits.

Students who have not completed at least four semesters of college-level Spanish (through SPAN 1004) or who do not have equivalent proficiency must enroll in at least one intensive Spanish course (two is recommended) at the appropriate level, then choose any combination of English-taught classes for a total of 13–18 credits.

Note: Intensive Spanish language courses (ARGN 1001–3015) are taught in a 7-week intensive format such that semester students can complete two levels of Spanish in a single semester.

Winter Break Program

Only ARGN 1003ARGN 1004 and ARGN 3015 are offered during Winter Break. Choose one course during this 3-week term for a total of 4–5 credits.

May and Summer Program

Only Spanish-taught courses are offered during May/Summer (no English-taught courses are available). Choose one course per three-week session for a total of 3–5 credits per session. 

Course Options

Select the term and, where applicable, the number of semesters (or equivalent) of language instruction you will have completed by the time you start the program.


Program Handbook Program Orientation