There are a range of options all over the world for those majoring or minoring in Computer Science to study abroad. Many Computer Science majors/minors study abroad to gain important cross-cultural perspectives, conduct research, or work with other researchers across the globe. This page contains information that will assist Computer Science majors/minors determine how best to integrate study abroad into their Brandeis careers.
Sample of Approved Programs with Computer Science Coursework
- IFSA-Butler/ NUI-Galway - Galway, Ireland
- Exchange: Korea University - Seoul, Korea
- Brandeis-India Science Scholars Program - Bangalore, India
Visit the Brandeis Approved Programs List to review a comprehensive list of programs that offer Computer Science coursework. Click on "Advanced Search" to filter options or search for unique program traits like internships or research. Additional programs might have acceptable coursework, but this list shows the primary locations where COSI courses may be available.
Study Abroad Liaison
To assist students with their academic choices abroad and to help answer any questions about receiving major/minor credit while abroad, each academic department and program has assigned a faculty member to serve as the study abroad liaison. Computer Science majors who plan to study abroad should speak with the study abroad liaison before they go abroad, and again once they have returned from study abroad.
The current liaison for Computer Science is Prof. Mitch Cherniack.
Receiving Credit in Computer Science
Students wishing to receive Computer Science credit for work done off campus during the academic year should discuss their desired coursework with their study abroad liaison for Computer Science. After returning from abroad, complete the electronic Petition to Request Substitution for a Requirement form.
Yes, provided that the courses offered by your chosen study abroad program are closely related to Computer Science requirements.
We encourage students to take their core courses at Brandeis. In particular, for those contemplating study abroad, it is
strongly recommended that they take their core courses before going abroad. In the special case of someone who begins the major late, permission is sometimes given to take one (but only one) of the core courses abroad.