Programs by Major

Want to know which study abroad programs will allow you to earn Annenberg major credit? Consult the lists below and click on the program location/name for more details.

The number in parentheses indicates the maximum number of major units that students may earn for the program.  Unless otherwise noted, the overall maximum number of units that students may earn for a semester-long study abroad program is 16. 

COMMUNICATION 
London, United Kingdom (16)
Hong Kong, China* (12)
Sydney, Australia (12)
Rome, Italy (16) 
International Communication Studies (4)- summer program, maximum of 4 units available

JOURNALISM 
Sydney, Australia (8-12, based on course availability) 
Hong Kong, China* (8-12, petition process may be required)
London, United Kingdom (12)
Rome, Italy (8) 
International Communication Studies (4)- summer program, maximum of 4 units available

PUBLIC RELATIONS 
Sydney, Australia (8-12, based on course availability) 
Hong Kong, China* (8-12, petition process may be required)
London, United Kingdom (8-12)
Rome, Italy (8-12) 
International Communication Studies (4)- summer program, maximum of 4 units available

* Students studying in Hong Kong earn 15 USC units.

ANNENBERG MINORS 
Annenberg minors are not eligible for the London or Rome programs, but they are eligible for the Sydney, Hong Kong, and ICS programs. General elective credit offered. Students may have the option to petition for minor credit depending on their minor.

NON-ANNENBERG MAJORS 
Non-Annenberg majors are not eligible for the London or Rome programs, but they are eligible for the Sydney, Hong Kong, and ICS programs. General elective credit offered. Students may have the option to petition for major elective credit depending on their major.

SJACS/COMPETITIVE APPLICATION CYCLE WARNING:
During competitive application cycles (when Annenberg International Programs receives more applications than the number of spots in a study abroad program), all factors that negatively impact applications will be taken into consideration when evaluating students for admission. Please click here to read more information about competitive application cycles and factors for possible disqualification.