Study Abroad Advising is now available on both the Clarkston and Dunwoody campuses.  To set up an appointment, please contact Prof. Beth Wallace at ewallace3@gsu.edu.  She will be available to help with applications or answer questions.

Eligibility Requirements

In order to study abroad, Perimeter College students must:

  • be in good academic standing (2.0 cumulative GPA)
  • not be on academic probation, suspension or exclusion
  • register for lower division study abroad courses (1000-2000 level)
Program Name Program Director Course & Credit Hours Host Country
Romania: UNESCO, Global Economics & Global Issues Mark Flowers
Patrick Elliott
ECON 2100 (3) and/or POLS 2401 (3) Romania
 Service Learning: Connecting Classroom Learning to Local and Global Experience Chantee Earl EDCI 4100 (3) / EDCI 7100 (3) Dominican Republic
Biodiversity & Sustainability in Costa Rica Barbara Hall ENGL 1102 (3) & BIO1104(L) (3/4) Costa Rica
From Jane Austen to James Bond: Exploring Film History & English Composition in England

Deborah Byrd

& Linda Bowen

ENGL 1102 (3) and/or FLME 2700 (3) England
The Scholarship of Teaching: Environmental Science Without Borders Athertina Steinau ENVS 1401(L) (3/4) Bahamas
French Studies in Tours Robin Huff FREN 3395 (3) & FREN 3396 (3) / FREN 6033 (3) & FREN 6990 (3) France
Remnants of War in Vietnam Laura Hastings

POLS 2401 (3) or POLS 4996 (3)

/ POLS 5996 (3)

Vietnam
Multicultural Ecuador Jose Cortes-Caballero SPAN 1002 (3) or SPAN  2001 (3) or PERS 2001 (3) Ecuador
 Guatemala Educational Adventure Stewart Goodman SPAN 1002 (3) or SPAN 2001 (3) / PHIL 1010 (3) / RELS 2001 (3) Guatemala
Spanish Studies in Granada Victoria Rodrigo SPAN 2000 (3) Spain
Spanish Studies in Costa Rica Leslie Marsh SPAN 2000 (3) Costa Rica
European Council Beth Wallace Multiple courses available Germany, Scotland, England, Spain, Ireland, Russia
USG Asia Council Liam Madden & Sabrina Freeney Multiple courses available China