Am I on track?
Two degrees requires a lot of work. It is vital that you stay on track with grades and programs from the beginning so that you’re prepared to spend your fourth year abroad, fully immersed. That’s why we recommend you start as early as possible. Our sample course templates are based on your language or culture major. See how these plans fit with your STEM or business major progression plans for an idea of what your course load will look like.
Language or Culture Course Templates
Sometimes it can be helpful to look at a map of the progression of the IGP schedule to wrap your head around it. Below are sample course templates based on your language or culture degree. Use this as a guide, and then follow the progression for your STEM or business degree to integrate your course plans.
A key component of Interdisciplinary Global Programs is strong professional development for our students so that they feel confident moving within their fields and majors both here in the U.S. and abroad in their country of study.
IGP Student Handbook
View the IGP Student Manual for an in-depth look at the program.
GroupWrangler is your lifeline to IGP. Remember that you must be accepted to IGP to be able to log in.