Education Abroad Partner Programs (Exchange and Direct Enroll)

Institution:Lancaster University

Program: Lancaster University (Lancaster, United Kingdom)

Sponsored by: College of Arts and Letters; College of Natural Science

Offered in: Fall, Spring

Grade and Credit Conversion
Graded Subject Areas: Depending on the subject area of the course taken abroad, your credit will come back in one of the following two ways:
  • Graded credit (counts toward your MSU GPA)
  • Transfer credit (pass/fail basis and does NOT count toward your MSU GPA)

All subject areas listed below will come back as graded credit. Courses taken in any subjects that are NOT listed will come back as transfer credit. You can find a list of courses that have previously been approved for transfer credit on

If there is a course you want to take but is not listed on this page or, you will need to receive approval from your academic advisor or the appropriate college contact for study abroad course approvals. When you contact/meet with someone for course approval, make sure you have relevant course descriptions from the host university. Links to course descriptions can be found at the bottom of the “details” tab of each program page on the Office for Education Abroad Website.

Subject CodeSubject NameStart DateEnd Date
B SBiological Science
BMBBiochem & Molecular Biology
M TMedical Technology
MMGMicrobio & Molecular Genetics
PLBPlant Biology
STTStatistics and Probability
BLDBiomedical Laboratory Diagnost
RELReligious StudiesFall - 2022
NSCNatural Science
A LArts & LettersFall - 2022

Previously taken Courses:
Host School SubjectHost School Course NumberHost School Course TitleMSU Course CreditsMSU Course CodeMSU Subject AreaSubstituteStartDateEndDate
MTH220Linear Algebra4CSX  7AHJMTHMTH 309: CNSFS05US16
PHY291Quantum Physics4CSX  7AHMPHYPHY 471: CNSFS05US16
BIOL201Biochemistry4CSX  7AJXBMBBMB 461: CNSFS06US16
BIOL211Cell Biology4CSX  7AJYMMGMMG 409: CNSFS06US16
C.IR224Independent Research Project6CSX  7BBZBLDBLD 495: CNSFS09US16
CHEM104Organic Chemistry3CSX  7BCECEMCEM 252: CNSSS10US16
CHEM204Organic Photochemistry2CSX  7BCJCEMCEM 255: CNSSS10US16
C.IR224Independent Research Project4CSP  7BKCCEMCEM GCU: CNSSS10US16
BIOL253Genetics6CSP  7BKAZOLZOL 341: CNSSS10US16
PHYS233Thermal Properties of Matter3CSP  7BSIPHYPHY 410: CNSSS11US16
PHYS253Experimental Lab I2CSP  7BSJPHYPHY 305: CNSSS11US16
PHYS221Electromagnetism4CSP  7BSTPHYPHY 481: CNSFS11US16
PHYS281Programming and Modelling2CSP  7BSUPHYPHY 305: CNSFS11US16
PHYS351Short Project I (Phys)2CSP  7BSWPHYPHY 451: CNSFS11US16
BIOL243Medical Microbiology2CSX  7AHAMMGMMG 464: CNSFS08US16
BIOL243Medical Microbiology1CSX  7AHAMMGMMG GCU: CNSFS05US16
PHYS265Cosmology I2CSP  7BSKPHYPHY 308: CNSSS11US16
PHY221Electromagnetism4CSX  7AHKPHYPHY 481: CNSFS05US16
C.IR224Independent Research Project6CSX  7BBZMMGMMG 499: CNSFS09US16
C.IR224Independent Research Project6CSX  7BBZBLDBLD 498: CNSFS09US16
CHEM102Intro to Organic Chemistry3CSX  7BCACEMCEM 251: CNSFS09US16
PHYS101The Physical Universe2CSX  7BCBPHYPHY 231: CNSFS09FS12
BIOL315Biological Imaging2CSP  7BKBMMGMMG GCU: CNSSS10US16
BIOL125Human Physiology2CSX  7BKRPSLPSL GCU: CNSSS13US16
PPR221International Relations & Security8CSX  7BWSRELREL 340: A&LFS16FS22
BIOL211Cell Biology3CSX  7AJYMMGMMG 409: CNSFS06US16
BIOL253Genetics4CSX  7AZDZOLZOL 341: CNSSS09US16
PPR253Hinduism in the Modern World4CSP  7CKSRELREL 345: A&LSS17FS22
BIOL243Medical Microbiology3CSX  7AHAMMGMMG 463: CNSFS05US16
R.ST100Religions of the Modern World5CSX  7CAARELREL GCU: A&LFS18FS22
PPR239Indian Politics,Society, & Religion8CSX  7BWTRELREL 301: A&LFS16FS22
PPR356Religion in Schools4CSP  7CKTRELREL 220: A&LSS17FS22
PPR391aReligions in the Modern World4CSP  7CKURELREL 380: A&LSS17FS
PPR391gThe Polities of Global Borders4CSP  7CKVRELREL 491: A&LSS17FS22
EPR100Ethics, Philosophy & Religion3CSX  7CGXRELREL 101: A&LSS20FS22