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Study Abroad

Every summer, through partnerships with universities around the world, students earn UT credits while studying abroad. There are nearly 200 choices, including two dozen courses offered by UT faculty members leading groups to study abroad (listed below).

Most application deadlines for faculty-led programs are early February. So, don’t procrastinate! Get your application in early. Study abroad scholarships are also available. Summer 2016 courses are listed below. Click each course number to reveal more information.

2016 UT Courses with Trips Abroad

Mini Session

1 credit hour
Instructor: M. Smith


Summer Session 1

6 credit hours
Select two of these three classes for 6 total credits:

  • ME 331 Thermodynamics
  • ECE 301 Circuits and Electromechanical Components
  • COSC 494 Development of Computation

Instructors: R. Parsons, M. Berry

3 credit hours
Course can substitute for PR 370 with case study presentation.
Instructor: C. White


Summer Session 2

3 credit hours
Instructor: M. Campbell

6 credit hours

Students will choose 2 of the following courses for a total of 6 credits:

  • Italian 211 – Intermediate Italian (1)
  • Italian 212 – Intermediate Italian (2)
  • Italian 314 – Highlights of Italian Civilization (Italian Culture)
  • MUCO 220 – Expanded Tonality and Post-Tonal Music
  • MUCO 451 – Style and Analysis of Italian Music
  • POLS 102 – Introduction to Political Science (students who have taken POLS 102 can petition to get credit for POLS 200 or POLS 249. Please contact Professor Pacelle and Mr. Saenz.
  • POLS 410 – Art and Politics

Instructors: S. DiMaria, A. Mariani, B. McConville, R. Pacelle

Full Summer Session

Various academic internships for credit are also available in various cities around the world.

For more information about study abroad (and in the U.S.), please contact the Programs Abroad Office directly. 865-974-3177 &

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