Course equivalencies are lists of courses that have been offered at the host institution and show the ISU course equivalent you may receive, if any. Course Equivalencies vary depending on the host institution or program.
If the host institution offers a course that is not listed on the course equivalencies sheet, you may still receive credit for that class. You will need to work with your Study Abroad Advisor and/or Academic Advisor to articulate the course for ISU credit. Please see How to Approve Classes for more information.
Course availability abroad is not guaranteed and is subject to change at any time. Course schedules and academic offerings may be released at a later time than the standard ISU schedule. Therefore, students must be flexible with course options and availability. The course structure, level of difficulty of the courses, and the grading system/scale may be different from, and could be more challenging than what is expected at ISU.
Please note, as you read these documents: