|Program Type||Study Center, University Study, Field Study|
|Program Level||3000-level and above|
|Courseload||13 per semester, most students take 15; 3-12 for summer|
This program appeals to students who want to take courses in English in a wide variety of subject areas. Courses are taught by Danish and European faculty who are also practitioners in their fields, and courses include excursions and field trips in order to allow you to see the industry at work. Many classes are also practicum or lab-based. You may also enroll in an English-taught course at a Danish university in Copenhagen.
Semester & Academic-Year Coursework
The Study Abroad in Denmark program offers academically rigorous courses in a wide variety of subjects. Each track has one required core course with two accompanying study tours. For your other courses, you can choose from electives related to your program or select courses from a variety of other disciplines. Instruction is in English by Danish faculty. Receive 30 credits per year, 15 credits per semester.
Choose from a variety of tracks such as:
- Architecture (Architecture students must be doing the BS and have taken a studio course prior to the program)
- Child Diversity and Development
- European Humanities
- European Politics
- Global Economics
- Graphic Design
- International Business
- Justice and Human Rights
- Medical Practice and Policy
- Prostitution and the Sex Trade
- Public Health
- Science and Environment
- Sustainability in Europe
- Interior Architecture (Interior Design)
- Pre-Architecture (for Architecture BA and BDA students; or BS students who have not yet taken a studio course)
- Urban Design
- Urban Studies in Europe
Visit the DIS website for a full list of offerings.
During the summer, we offer several 3- and 4-credit courses within a variety of academic fields. The courses are offered in 3 consecutive sessions. There are also several summer options related to Architecture and Design, which are for 7 weeks and 9 credits. Visit DIS's Summer website for a full list of offerings.