|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Program Type:||CSUF Department/Faculty-Led||Housing Options:||Hotels|
|Areas of Study:||Engineering||Class Standing:||Junior, Senior|
|College:||College of Engineering & Computer Science||Prerequisite:||Instructor Permission|
|CSUF Faculty:||Tiwari, B.|
EGCE 401: Engineering Economics and Professionalism, Winter Session 2018
This course will provide students with knowledge required for completing course requirements and provide an international learning opportunity in Ensenada, Mexico, where the class will visit related Mexican projects.
Program Dates: January TBD 2018
January TBD : CSUF Campus Meetings
January TBD: Travel to Ensenada, Mexico - Ground Transportation
January TBD: Program in Ensenada, hosted by partner institution CETYS
January TBD: Return to U.S - Ground Transportation
- Earn 3 units
- Course led by experienced CSUF faculty leader
- Meaningful academic field trips and cultural site visits included in the program
Course and Faculty
Students must enroll in EGCE 401 to participate in the this program.
Students are expected to attend all of their class meetings (abroad and on the CSUF campus), unless there is a medical reason which prevents them from doing so, and to adhere to all behavioral norms established on their respective campuses. Additionally, they are required to follow the laws and regulations, and respect the cultural mores, national traditions and customs of the host country.
|Dr. Binod Tiwari - Professor and Graduate Advisor
Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Students will stay in double room accommodations at a hotel located close to the CETYS Ensenada campus, but yet close to the city of Ensenada.
Costs & Financial Aid
Program Fee: $800 (Approximate subject to change)
Covers lodging ($300), ground transportation to/from Ensendada and in Ensenada for program-related activities ($300), estimated food costs ($200). Foreign Travel Health Insurance coverage is provided by CSUF for the duration of your travel abroad ($0).
Additional Costs Not included in the Program Fee
- CSUF Winter Session 2018 tuition and student fees
- Passport and visa fees
- Meals not indicated above
- Personal expenses (shopping, entertainment, independent travel, etc.)
There are many opportunities for CSUF students to study abroad and continue to receive financial aid. Click here to learn more about financial aid for study abroad.
You must have a valid passport for at least six (6) months after the date of international departure. U.S. passport applications can be obtained at any major post office. See here for more information. This process usually takes about 4-6 weeks, so plan early to apply for a new or renewed passport.
U.S. passport holders do not require a visa to enter the country of Mexico for a period of up to 180 days. Find Mexico entry information here: https://mexico.visahq.com/.
Non-US passport holders can visit https://mexico.visahq.com/ for specific information about visa requirements.
Application & Deadlines
- Completion of Prerequisite: MATH 150A
- Junior or Senior Standing
- Engineering Major
- Good academic standing
- Valid passport and visa (if applicable); see above section
- Completed online program application
Deadlines and Important Dates
|April 28, 2017
||Early Decision Online Application Due|
|May 5, 2017||Early Decision - Application Status Notification
|May 12, 2017||Early Decision - Student Commitment Deadline
|TBD||Program Payments Due|
|TBD||Online Program Forms Due|
Programming-related Questions (e.g. payments, enrollment, etc.): Abigail Segura, Study Abroad Program Coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org
Course-related Questions: Professor Tiwari - email@example.com
Application and Online Forms: Study Abroad Office - firstname.lastname@example.org