Domestic-Approved Programs

Students who apply to the following domestic programs must register with the Office of Study Abroad and complete the Wesleyan permission to study abroad application. Please contact FCGS staff.

Dual Degree Engineering Program with Dartmouth College (Thayer School of Engineering) (New Hampshire)
For students wishing to combine the study of engineering with a broad background in liberal arts.  In this program, students attend Wesleyan for three years and Dartmouth for two years.  If all graduation requirements are met from both institutions, students will earn two bachelor degrees: a B.A. from Wesleyan and a B.E. from Dartmouth.  Interested students must contact the Dual Degree Program Liaison by fall of the junior year at the latest.

SEA Semester: Environmental Studies in Woods Hole and at sea
Fall or spring. Shore component based in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, plus 6-week Atlantic or Pacific voyage. Programs combine oceanography, maritime history and culture, environmental history, environmental policy, and nautical science.

Semester in Environmental Science: Marine Biological Laboratory (University of Chicago)
Fall only. Ecosystem biogeochemistry and biology of coastal bays, ponds, wetlands, and forests at the Marine Biological Laboratory on Cape Cod (based in Woods Hole). 

Twelve College Exchange 
Wesleyan University participates in a cooperative program for residential student exchange with the following colleges: Amherst, Bowdoin, Connecticut, Dartmouth, Mount Holyoke, Smith, Trinity, Vassar, Wellesley, and Wheaton. Programs associated with the Twelve College Exchange are the National Theater Institute in Waterford, Connecticut, sponsored by Connecticut College and the Williams-Mystic Seaport Program in American Maritime Studies in Mystic, Connecticut. February 1 deadline for either semester of next academic year. Contact FCGS staff for application.

Williams-Mystic Maritime Studies Program
Fall or spring. An interdisciplinary semester focused on the world's oceans. Courses in history, marine sciences, environmental policy, and literature of the sea. Located at Mystic Seaport.