Cornell Biological Sciences majors study all over the world!
It's not difficult to fit in a study abroad experience (even if you are pre-med or pre-grad) as long as you plan early. Students can count up to two courses taken abroad toward the major. To count a course toward a Concentration, students must get their faculty advisor's approval. For approval of any other Biological Sciences major requirement, or for other questions, please contact Jeff McCaffrey (jm298) in the OUB.
Visit the Office of Global Learning in B50 Caldwell Hall to explore opportunities in different countries and regions, review evaluations from students who've been abroad, discuss financial aid, and peruse catalogs and other program resource materials.
- Semester programs through the Office of Global Learning
- International Opportunities Search: Filter by subject for “Human & Animal Health”, “Agriculture & Sustainability”, or "Physical & Natural Sci", among other subject areas as well as the term you want to go abroad.
- College Policies
Each Cornell college has a study abroad advisor who is responsible for approving a student's study abroad academic plan and advising students on college abroad guidelines and appropriate course selection. Arts and Sciences students can find more info here and CALS students must attend a CALS Study Abroad 101 before making an appointment with a study abroad advisor in 140 Roberts Hall.