Education Abroad Partner Programs (Exchange and Direct Enroll)

Institution:University College Dublin

Program: University College Dublin (Dublin, Ireland)

Sponsored by: Social Science; Agriculture and Natural Resources

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 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
ECEconomics
A EAgricultural Engineering
AECAgricultural Economics
ABMAgribusiness Management
AEEANR Edu & Com Sys
ANSAnimal Science
BEBiosystems Engineering
BCMBuilding Construction Mgmt
CSSCrop & Soil Sciences
EEPEnvironmntl Econ & Policy
FIMFood Industry Management
F WFisheries and Wildlife
FORForestry
FSCFood Science
HRTHorticulture
L ALandscape Architecture
PKGPackaging
PRRPark


Previously taken Courses:
Host School SubjectHost School Course NumberHost School Course TitleMSU Course CreditsMSU Course CodeMSU Subject AreaSubstituteStartDateEndDate
AESC30080Agri-Environmental Issues & Policy3CSX  7BBJEEPEEP GCU: ANR
CPSC20020Fund of Arable Crop Production3CSX  7BUECSSCSS GCU: ANRSS16
AERD30030Agri-Environmental Econ & Policy3CSX  7BDZABMABM GCU: ANR
AERD40080Food and Agribusiness Marketing3CSX  7AKSABMABM GCU: ANR
INDM30010Food Microbiology3CSX  7AJZFSCFSC 440: ANR
HORT10020Plants and People3CSX  7BMSHRTHRT 100: ANR
INDM30010Food Microbiology3CSX  7AJZFSCFSC 441: ANR
BSEN30010Bioprocess Engineering Principles3CSX  7AKBBEBE 429: ANR
FDSC30040Food Chemistry I3CSX  7BDMFSCFSC 401: ANR
FDSC20110Food Diet & Health II-Making Health3CSX  7BLUFSCFSC GCU: ANR
AERD30050Financial Planning and Control3CSX  7BLTABMABM GCU: ANR
ANSC30350Equine Nutrition3CSX  7BPVANSANS 413: ANRSS15
FDSC30020Food Analysis I3CSX  7BDKFSCFSC 455: ANR
BSEN30310Biofuels & Renewable Energies3CSX  7BBKEEPEEP GCU: ANR
AERD40040Food and Agribusiness Strategy3CSX  7BBMEEPEEP GCU: ANR
FOR30110Forest Policy and Law3CSX  7BCMFORFOR 466: ANR
AERD40020International Food Marketing3CSX  7BEAABMABM 427: ANR
ANSC20020Animal Nutrition I3CSX  7BWPANSANS 313: ANRSS15
BIOL10010Animal Biology and Evolution3CSX  7BWRANSANS 315: ANRSS15
FDSC40010Fermented Foods3CSP  7CMAFSCFSC GCU: ANRSS17
FDSC30030Food Analysis II3CSX  7BJYFSCFSC GCU: ANR
FDSC30050Food Chemistry II3CSX  7BJZFSCFSC 402: ANR
PHPS40610Food Safety3CSX  7BKAFSCFSC 342: ANR
FDSC30030Food Analysis II3CSP  7CAFFSCFSC GCU: ANR
FDSC30050Food Chemistry II3CSP  7CMEFSCFSC 402: ANRSS17
ANSC30130Prin Animal Hlth, Behav & Welfare3CSX  7BHGECANS 305: ANRSS12
ANSC30250Equine Genetics3CSX  7BPUANSANS GCU: ANRSS15
AESC40140Agri-Environmental Nutrient Mgt3CSX  7BPZCSSCSS 480: ANRSS15
CPSC30030Root & Alternative Crop Production3CSX  7BRACSSCSS 490: ANRSS15
FOR30320Wood Science3CSP  7CMBFORFOR GCU: ANRSS17