Global Seminars are short-term study abroad programs led by CU faculty members. They usually take place during the summer and combine academic course content with immersion in an overseas community or country. Global Intensives are CU-taught semester courses that include a 10-12 day trip abroad, either over spring break or after finals.
Engineering Global Seminars:
You may pursue any of CU's non-engineering Global Seminars as long as you meet the stated prerequisite courses, but be sure they will count for credit toward your engineering major (usually as free elective or H&SS credit).
The following programs offer engineering coursework during the summer. You may also choose among dozens of CU approved summer courses to fulfill free elective, H&SS, foreign language, or minor coursework credits.