Office of Academic Enhancement
TAMUG Study Abroad Program Offerings
MARB 340/656 Tropical Marine Ecology (Mexico)
Dr. Thomas Iliffe
MARA 489 and MARA 689 London Maritime Experience
Cultural and historical aspects of the maritime industry outside of the United States
Dr. Joan Mileski
TAMUG Study Abroad Contacts
First contact for questions of interest should be with the TAMUG Faculty member leading the study abroad program interested in joining. This is the best source of information about the courses!
The TAMU Study Abroad office is the main source of information on the study abroad program. You can find basic information on study abroad, lists of all study abroad opportunities throughout TAMUG & TAMU, Q&A sections, etc. To apply for a study abroad course, field trip or program, TAMUG students must register through this website.
TAMU Study Abroad Website: http://studyabroad.tamu.edu
Students thinking about participating in study abroad should contact their department’s academic advisor for questions about their TAMUG degrees and general questions about how/if study abroad programs could affect your curriculum and time to degree (especially those doing independent study abroad at an institution and wanting to transfer credit.)
If you have questions about how study abroad could affect your financial aid, or using your financial aid while on a study abroad, please see a TAMUG Financial Aid Advisor in the SeaAggie Center building 3026. Note: Prep-semester planning can be crucial for some students desiring aid for a summer program. Please check early (fall semester) with an advisor about your financial aid needs and availability during summer sessions.
TAMUG Faculty Study Abroad College Representative
Dr. Susan Knock is the official liaison to the TAMU Study Abroad Executive Office and a good source of basic information on study abroad programs offered through TAMUG. She assists Faculty developing new study abroad programs for TAMUG, and sits on the TAMU SAPPC Committee as TAMUG’s college representative.