https://catalog.usu.edu/content.php?catoid=39&navoid=29942Since its founding in 1888, Utah State University has evolved from a small-town college tucked away in the Northern Utah mountains to a thriving research university respected around the world. Students can choose from an array of academic and social opportunities at a university known throughout the world for its intellectual and technological leadership. USU is just minutes from two mountain ranges and within a half-day's drive of six national parks, including Yellowstone and Arches. It provides big-school opportunities with a small-school feel. 

USU is particularly strong in the fields of atmospheric and space sciences, computer science, education, engineering, natural resources (including drylands management, fisheries and wildlife, and forest resources), nutrition and food sciences and Western American history, literature and folklore. USU is home to the Space Dynamics Laboratory involved in significant research in astronomy, atmospheric physics, satellites and rockets. Research opportunities may be available through the undergraduate research program

HOUSING

There are various types of housing on campus with different styles of room layouts. Most students have a roommate, but for an extra cost (and if there is availability), students can request a single room.

Many exchange students stay in Jones Hall, known as the Global Village. This is a living learning community with additional cultural activities than would occur in a regular residence hall. Jones Hall is set up in an apartment style, with each apartment consisting of three rooms housing two students each, a shared bathroom and a shower, and a shared kitchen and living room space. Laundry facilities are available and university housing is located on campus.

Housing is covered by USU for all ISEP students, though students still need to apply. USU will cover the cost of a shared room in Jones Hall whether students live in Jones Hall or elsewhere; any additional cost above the Jones Hall cost is the student's responsibility. 

All exchange students living on campus will be responsible for a security deposit. Some of that deposit may be refundable at the end of your program from Housing if your room is left in the same condition as you found it in when you moved in. 

Students can remain in housing for vacation periods or temporary housing will be available. For calendar year (January – December) students who wish to stay on campus during the summer, they will need to apply for and pay for summer housing, as well as re-apply for the fall semester housing. 

MEALS

A stipend will be placed on student accounts as an unlimited residential meal plan. Students can keep this meal plan, adjust it to a different plan, or remove it completely to receive a refund (making sure to keep at least the minimum meal plan that is required for your housing if there is one). 

*Calendar Year students are not eligible for ISEP housing or meal benefits over the summer break

Course Description

To find courses, visit the online course catalog. On the left-hand side, select from a variety of search features to find undergraduate programs by major and specific courses by area of study. Course information for future terms may be incomplete or unavailable. Fall course schedules are typically posted by April; Spring course schedules are typically posted by November. 

Having difficulty finding course information? Contact your ISEP Student Advisor whose contact information can be found in your ISEP Dashboard. 

Website for Course Availability

ISEP STUDENT SERVICES OFFICER Jacki D'Amico 703-504-9977 | JDAmico@isep.org Thanks for your interest in ISEP Study Abroad! I’m your Student Services Officer and main point of contact here at ISEP. As you search for programs, I'll be available to answer any questions you might have. Feel free to contact me at any point in your search process for help, tips or advice.

Academics

Undergraduate
(in English)

*This program is OK for Sophomores

Fields of Study

  • Agriculture:

    Agricultural Business Operations Agricultural Mechanization Agronomy and Crop Science Animal Husbandry Equine Studies Farm and Ranch Management Soil Sciences

  • Architecture:

    Environmental Design/Architecture Landscape Architecture Urban Planning

  • Area Studies:

    Asian Studies Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies, Other Latin American Studies Native American Studies Regional Studies (U.S., Canada, Foreign) Women’s Studies

  • Biology:

    Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biomathematics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology Botany/Plant Biology Wildlife Biology

  • Business: Recommended!

    Accounting Business Management Economics Entrepreneurship Finance Human Resources Management International Business/Trade/Commerce Management Information Systems Marketing Real Estate

  • Communication:

    Digital Communication and Media Intercultural Communication Journalism Mass Communication/Media Studies

  • Computer and Information Sciences Recommended!

    Computer and IT Support Services

  • Education:

    Agricultural Teacher Education Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Health Teacher Education Physical Education Teaching and Coaching Secondary Education Special Education Teaching Individuals with Hearing Impairments Including Deafness

  • Engineering: Recommended!

    Aeronautical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Environmental Engineering Mechanical Engineering

  • English Language and Literature

    English Literature (British and Commonwealth)

  • Foreign Languages and Literatures:

    Ancient/Classical Greek Language and Literature Arabic Language and Literature Chinese Language and Literature Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics French Language and Literature German Language and Literature Japanese Language and Literature Latin Language and Literature Portuguese Language and Literature Russian Language and Literature Sign Language Interpretation and Translation Spanish Language and Literature

  • Health Sciences:

    Dietetics Marriage and Family Health Services/Counseling Music Therapy Nursing Science Public Health

  • History:

    American History (United States) Ancient Studies/Civilizations Asian History European History History, Other

  • Human Services

    Social Work

  • International/Global Studies

  • Law/Criminal Justice

    Criminology

  • Liberal Arts and Sciences

  • Mathematics

    Statistics

  • Natural Resources/Conservation:

    Environmental Science Forestry Marine Resources Management Sustainability Studies

  • Philosophy and Religious Studies:

    Buddhist Studies Christian Studies Ethics Hindu Studies Islamic Studies Philosophy Religious Studies Theological Studies

  • Physical Sciences:

    Chemistry Geology/Earth Science Physics

  • Psychology

  • Social Sciences: Recommended!

    Anthropology Cartography/GIS Family and Consumer Sciences Geography Human Development and Family Studies Political Science and Government Sociology

  • Sports Studies

    Kinesiology and Exercise Science

  • Visual and Performing Arts:

    Acting Apparel and Textiles Art History Art Studies Ceramics Drama and Theatre Arts Drawing Fine Arts and Art Studies, Other Folk Art Graphic Design Industrial and Product Design Interior Design Music Pedagogy Music Performance Music Theory and Composition Painting Photography Printmaking Sculpture Technical Theatre Design and Technology Voice and Opera

Academic Requirements

  • TOEFL iBT Score: 71
  • IELTS Score: 6
  • IELTS Writing Score: 5
  • IELTS Reading Score: 5
  • IELTS Listening Score: 5
  • IELTS Speaking Score: 5
  • LPR not required for the following universities: American University of Sharjah University of Malta American University in Bulgaria

Special Needs Support

  • Mental Health
  • Mobility
  • Hearing
  • Visual
  • Speech
  • Learning

Other Academic Conditions

Enrollment in some courses in aviation, business, computer science, education, engineering and art may be limited. Engineering students should have at least a B-grade average, and may need to provide course descriptions in English of previous engineering coursework to demonstrate they meet engineering pre-requisites. 

Certain departments on Utah State University’s campus have instituted differential tuition. This is an extra cost to the base tuition for particular courses. The details for affected subject areas can be found on page 5 of this document. Exchange students will be covered for up to six credits worth of differential tuition for courses in any department that charges the differential tuition. Students who take more than six credits worth of any courses that charge differential tuition will be responsible for the differential tuition over six credits. 

Students taking courses in areas such as lab sciences, engineering, business, arts and language may also be responsible for paying additional special course fees, noted in the online semester class list, that are not covered by ISEP benefits.

Certain syllabi may be available in advance to prospective students; contact your ISEP Student Advisor.

PASSPORT: All students must have a valid passport to participate in this program. If you do not have a valid passport, we suggest you start the application process as soon as possible. 

VISA: All non-U.S. citizens will be required to obtain a visa. For more information on the process and estimated cost, please review the ISEP Country Handbook here.

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