Study Abroad for Justice, Law and Criminology Majors
NOTE--The list below contains recommended options only. Students are not limited to just these programs! For a comprehensive listing of options, complete university descriptions, and course listings, please visit AU Abroad brochure webpages.
- Generally, students study abroad between their second semester of sophomore year through their junior year. The decision when to study abroad should be made in consultation with the student’s academic advisor. The decision when to study abroad should be made in consultation with the student’s academic advisor.
- Students need to let their academic advisor know as soon as possible about their desire to study abroad so they can meet to discuss their study abroad goals and how to fit this experience into their specific academic program and graduation requirements.
- Even after courses abroad have been equated to courses at AU, students must review final course selection with their academic advisors.
- It is recommended that students complete at least 80% of their general education requirements before studying abroad.
- Law & Society and Justice & Law majors can count up to 6 credit hours of pre-approved courses, taken while abroad, toward their upper-level major course requirements with approval from their Academic Counselor.
- Students with a minor in Law & Society or a minor in Justice can have one course from abroad apply towards the minor with approval from their Academic Counselor.
- Copenhagen (DIS) *please note, this is a competitive program*
- King’s College London
- London School of Economics (LSE) *academic year program only*
- University of Exeter
- University of Edinburgh *please note, the Scottish Parliamentary Program is a competitive program*
- University of Glasgow