Integrate global learning into your curriculum
To ensure success, Washington State University has adopted a global curriculum model tested and proven by the University of Minnesota’s Global Learning Office.
This model allows WSU’s Global Learning staff to help an academic department create a custom curriculum, educational philosophy, course progression, and student learning outcomes.
For information on WSU’s Global Learning Curriculum Integration initiative, please contact WSU’s Global Learning staff at email@example.com or 509-335-8117.
- University of Minnesota, Curriculum Integration
How education abroad credits work
Credit earned on exchange and education abroad programs is referred to as Education Abroad Credit (EAC) and handled in the following manner:
- Before embarking on education abroad, students must complete a Course Pre-Approval Form to specify which of the following classes taken abroad will satisfy a major requirement; minor requirement; Honors College requirement; General Education Requirement (GER) / University Common Requirement (UCORE); or elective
- Academic Advisors approve courses in their department by signing and dating the course approval form
- After the host institution transcript is received, courses are posted to the WSU transcript as follows:
- A semester GPA will not be calculated, nor will grades be included in cumulative WSU GPA
- The student’s department will write an exception in DARS so that major/minor requirements are fulfilled