Study abroad opportunities, including exchange programs at ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, help satisfy students' interest in traveling and learning about other countries while studying law.
Students can gain a unique perspective through study abroad programs while also enhancing their marketability to prospective employers. ASU Law offers its popular Florence, Italy study abroad program. You can also participate in other U.S. law schools' study abroad programs and earn transfer credits, so long as the opportunities are prearranged through ASU Law's Registrar's office. ASU Law students can have a maximum of 29 transfer credits.
ASU Law offers an exchange program through a partnership with an institution in Milan. Students pay ASU Law tuition to take classes at these institutions. The coursework must be preapproved in order to receive ASU Law credit. These are not considered transfer credits.
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