SA - Study Abroad (SA)

SA 197. Introduction to China. (1 Credit)

Introduction to the history, language and culture of China, designed specifically to provide students participating in study abroad in China with a useful orientation and framework for evaluating their experience abroad. Open to all students. Required of all students taking part in study abroad in China programs.

SA 297. Introduction to China. (1 Credit)

Introduction to the history, language and culture of China, designed specifically to provide students participating in study abroad in China with a useful orientation and framework for evaluating their experience abroad. Open to all students. Required of all students taking part in study abroad in China programs.

SA 397. Introduction to China. (1 Credit)

Introduction to the history, language and culture of China, designed specifically to provide students participating in study abroad in China with a useful orientation and framework for evaluating their experience abroad. Open to all students. Required of all students taking part in study abroad in China programs.

SA 497. Introduction to China. (1 Credit)

Introduction to the history, language and culture of China, designed specifically to provide students participating in study abroad in China with a useful orientation and framework for evaluating their experience abroad. Open to all students. Required of all students taking part in study abroad in China programs.

SA 498. Study Abroad Experience. (0 Credits)

SA 499. Study Abroad. (1-5 Credits)

Students planning to pursue a course of study outside the United States at an institution with a standing arrangement with the University of North Alabama may enroll in sections of SA 499 for a combined total not to exceed 15 credit hours. SA 499 is a temporary course registration designation. Upon the student's return to UNA and receipt of all documentation from the partner institution, courses taken abroad will be matched with equivalent UNA courses for the assignment of credit. Returning students will receive general elective credit only for courses suitable for university credit but without an equivalent UNA course. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor. (Fall, Spring, Summer)