Education Abroad Partner Programs (Exchange and Direct Enroll)

Institution:University of New South Wales

Program: University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

Sponsored by: 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
ASTAstronomySummer - 2016
B SBiological ScienceSummer - 2016
BMBBiochem & Molecular BiologySummer - 2016
CEMChemistrySummer - 2016
GLGGeologySummer - 2016
MMGMicrobio & Molecular GeneticsSummer - 2016
MTHMathematicsSummer - 2016
PHYPhysicsSummer - 2016
PLBPlant BiologySummer - 2016
PSLPhysiologySummer - 2016
STTStatistics and ProbabilitySummer - 2016
ZOLZoologySummer - 2016
BLDBiomedical Laboratory DiagnostSummer - 2016
NEUNeuroscienceSummer - 2016
NSCNatural Science
ISBIntegrative Studies BiologicalSummer - 2016
ISPIntegrative Studies PhysicalSummer - 2016

Previously taken Courses:
Host School SubjectHost School Course NumberHost School Course TitleMSU Course CreditsMSU Course CodeMSU Subject AreaSubstituteStartDateEndDate
GEOS1111Fundamentals of Geology4CSP  7AJPGLGGLG 201: CNSSS06US16
BIOC2181Fundamentals of Biochemistry4CSP  7AJJBMBBMB 200: CNSSS06US16
CHEM2011Physical Chemistry4CSP  7ANFCEMCEM 391: CNSFS06US16
MATH3711Higher Algebra4CSP  7ATFMTHMTH 411: CNSUS07US16
BIOS2061Vertebrate Zoology4CSP  7AIKZOLZOL 328: CNSUS05US16
BIOS3011Animal Behavior4CSP  7AEQZOLZOL 313: CNSSS05US16
BIOS3021Comparative Animal Physiology4CSP  7ATDZOLZOL 483: CNSSS07US16
MATH2520Complex Analysis3CSP  7BMJMTHMTH 425: CNSFS10US16
MATH2520Complex Analysis1CSP  7BMJMTHMTH GCU: CNSFS10US16
GEOS2171Earth Structures4CSP  7BPGGLGGLG 351: CNSSS11US16
GEOS2721Australian Surface Envir & Landform3CSP  7BPKGLGGLG 411: CNSSS11US16
GEOS2721Australian Surface Envir & Landform1CSP  7BPKGLGGLG GCU: CNSSS11US16
BIOS2021Genetics4CSP  7BKAZOLZOL 341: CNSSS10US16
BIOC2101Principles of Biochemistry Adv4CSP  7AMXBMBBMB 461: CNSSS06US16
ANAT2241History Basics Systematic4CSP  7AMWZOLZOL 408: CNSSS06US16
BIOC2291Fundamentals Molecular Biology4CSP  7AIEBMBBMB 461: CNSFS05US16
PHYS2160Astronomy3CSP  7BMGASTAST 207: CNSFS10US16
BIOS2061Vertebrate Zoology4CSX  7BUXZOLZOL 328: CNSSS16US16
GEOS1701Understand Phy Environ&Issues1CSP  7CGTGLGGLG GCU: CNSSS16US16
BIOS2031Biology of Invertebrates4CSP  7BUWZOLZOL 306: CNSFS11US16
GEOS1701Understand Phy Environ&Issues3CSP  7CGTGLGGLG 319: CNSSS16US16