Education Abroad Partner Programs (Exchange and Direct Enroll)

Institution:Univ of San Francisco de Quito

Program: Univ of San Francisco de Quito (Quito, Ecuador)

Sponsored by: Natural Science; Social Science; Arts and Letters; Business

Offered in: Fall, Spring, Summer

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 www.transfer.msu.edu.

If there is a course you want to take but is not listed on this page or transfer.msu.edu, 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
GENGeneticsSummer - 2016
GLGGeologySummer - 2016
MMGMicrobio & Molecular GeneticsSummer - 2016
MTHMathematicsSummer - 2016
PHYPhysicsSummer - 2016
PLBPlant BiologySummer - 2016
PSLPhysiologySummer - 2016
STTStatistics and ProbabilitySummer - 2016
ZOLZoologySummer - 2016
SSCSocial Science
SPNSpanish
BLDBiomedical Laboratory DiagnostSummer - 2016
PRTPortuguese
BUSBusiness
NSCNatural Science


Previously taken Courses:
Host School SubjectHost School Course NumberHost School Course TitleMSU Course CreditsMSU Course CodeMSU Subject AreaSubstituteStartDateEndDate
EAI0324Language and Writing3CSX  7BSWSPNSPN 452: A&LFS15
POL0307Topics in Lat. Am. Politics3CSX  7BTMSPNSPN 452: A&LSS15
EAI0315Advanced Grammar3CSX  7AZTSPNSPN 310: A&LSS16
EAI0324Language and Writing3CSX  7BSWSPNSPN 320: A&LSS16
EAI0322Language and Cinema3CSX  7BFMSPNSPN 342: A&LSS16
ANT0231Anthropology of the Coast3CSX  7BUFSPNSPN 491: A&LSS16
EAI317Language and Civilization3CSX  7AFMSPNSPN 452: A&LFS15
EPE0321Advanced Conversation3CSX  7AFKSPNSPN 452: A&LFS15
MAT0330Numeric Analysis3CSX  7BGBMTHMTH 451: CNSSS12US16
MAT0221Linear Algebra3CSX  7AHJMTHMTH 314: CNSFS05US16
GEO0210Ecuador Geology & Geodynamics3CSX  7BGCGLGGLG GCU: CNSFS11US16
LNE0031Portuguese Basic I3CSX  7BLSPRTPRT 101: A&LFS13
GEO0200EIntroduction to Volcanology3CSX  7BLRGLGGLG GCU: CNSFS13US16
ECL0353Ecology and Conservation of the Ga 3CSP  7BNAZOLZOL 490: CNSSS11US16
EAI0321Hispanic Language and Literature3CSX  7BDFSPNSPN 350: A&LFS10
ECL407ETropical Rainforest Ecology3CSX  7AIPZOLZOL 485: CNSSS06US16
ECL0280Intro to Oceanography3CSP  7BMYZOLZOL 303: CNSSS11US16
MAT0200Statistics3CSP  7BXBSTTSTT 200: CNSSS13US16
EPE0306Intermediate Spanish3CSX  7AFGSPNSPA 452: A&LFS16
EPE0320Intermediate Conversation3CSX  7AGUSPNSPN 452: A&LUS15
EPE0302Ecuadorian Culture3CSX  7BDGSPNSPN 412: A&LUS15
POL0307Latin American Studies3CSX  7BVXSPNSPN 491: A&LFS16