The Office of Global Affairs is pleased to make available to you the SHU Study Abroad Course Equivalency Database.
This document will assist you in determining which programs will best meet your academic needs. It includes an extensive list of courses available at partner institutions, which courses are SHU approved, and which courses fulfill SHU’s Foundational and Thematic Core requirements.
This slide show will give direction on how to search and filter the database. We look forwarding to working with you as you get ready to study abroad!
- This is a living document, with ongoing modifications and additions
- Listings in this document do not guarantee availability or equivalency
- A course without a listed SHU equivalency does not necessarily mean it will not have a SHU equivalency. Contact the Office of Global Affairs to determine if an unassigned course has a SHU equivalency
- Please visit the partner institution’s course schedule to determine course availability by term. You will find links available on the individual study abroad program brochures.
- First, click on any cell below row 3.
- Create a temporary filter view by clicking on the filter tab.
- Choose the dropdown menu for the area you wish to filter.
– TIP: Suggested columns to use: Program (Column B), Department/Subject Area (Column E), SHU Course Equivalency (Column O).
- Select clear to empty the filter results.
- If you would to search base on Subject Area or Department, select all departments that apply.
- To narrow your search, choose an additional are to filter.
Example: You’ve filtered to view all the courses that fall under Art and Design, but you only want to see courses which are taught in English.
Simply repeat the process by choosing the Program dropdown menu, clearing the filter, and then choosing English.
We recommend that you also select the “Blanks” category as not all course information is immediately available and these courses may also fit your needs.
Need Further Assistance?
Watch a helpful video tutorial on filtering Google Sheets:
Please contact your academic advisor or the Office of Global Affairs if you have further questions.