Study Abroad

If you are planning to study away from Mount Holyoke for a semester or a year, discuss your course selections and plans with your advisor. She or he can advise you about what is likely to "count" in the major. It is not necessary to see the department chair before you leave; the department chair cannot guarantee 300-level credit in advance for courses you have taken, what kind of work you have done, and where these courses fit into your major and into the department's requirements. Information on study abroad can be found on the McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives Web site.