Faculty-led Classrooms in Sweden and Germany

MSU Engineering students in front of a road sign "Polcirkeln Napapiiri Artic Circle Cercle Polaire Polarkreis"
Program Schedule: 
Summer Session

Various program schedules based on location.

Locations:

  • Frankfurt, Germany
  • Stockholm, Sweden
  • Munich, Germany
  • Lulea, Sweden
Location: 
Germany
Sweden
Sponsored By: 
College of Engineering
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Available to Majors: 
All Engineering Majors
Available Classes: 
  • BE 475 - International Studies in Biosystems Engineering - 1-6 credits
  • BE 490 – Independent Study - 3 credits
  • BE 491- Selected Topics - 4 credits
  • EGR 400 - Special Problems in International Engineering - 1-6 credits
  • ME 399 - Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering - 1-4 credits
  • ME 491* - Special Topics - 3 credits

*Only available to Mechanical Engineering majors.

 

What is the Program About?: 

Faculty-led classroom. This program will be technical in nature and will address various forms of renewable energies and associated technologies, economics, safety and environmental impacts. Program travels to multiple sites where renewable energy is being used.

More Details (includes printable brochure): 
Program Contact: 

Professor Luke Reese
Michigan State University
103C Farrall Agricultural Engineering Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517) 353-3258
Email: reesel@msu.edu

Maggie Blair-Ramsey
Coordinator, Engineering Education Abroad
Michigan State University
1108-F Engineering Building
East Lansing, MI 48824-1226
Phone: (517) 432-2012
Fax: (517) 355-2293
Email: blairram@egr.msu.edu