The Physics Department has provided information for students who plan to study abroad. Review your department’s responses to the Major Advising Questionnaires below, then contact the department directly with any additional questions.
Study Abroad Information on the Physics Website (coming soon)
Berkeley Programs Questionnaire
We have accepted courses from other universities as equivalent to requirements in our major. However, we don’t use these to set precedent and instead strongly recommend that all students continue to have their courses evaluated before taking them.
UCEAP Programs Questionnaire
Approximately 6-8 credits can be applied if courses are deemed equivalent. The maximum is calculated by number of courses.
Yes, we do maintain a list. This is shared with students when they come in to discuss the possibility of studying abroad.
No. Students must come in to see an undergraduate adviser for planning.
Student should submit a request via this form. Syllabus including math level and topics covered weekly must be attached along with any other required documents mentioned on the form. Timeframe can be 3-6 weeks depending on faculty availability for review. See department for assistance.
Yes, it is possible. Student must meet eligibility requirements and must have two semesters left prior to participating in UCEAP.
Undergraduate Adviser signs.
Yes. If the student is in good academic standing, and communicates enrollment plan by email, the undergraduate major adviser will release the hold.
Student must come in for advising in major department and in their college prior to UCEAP participation.
Independent Programs Questionnaire
Students must come in to see an undergraduate adviser for planning.