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The Study Abroad program is available to International students only.

Courses offerings are subject to change.

What is a prerequisite and why do we have them?

Prerequisite courses are those that a student is required to complete prior to enrolling in another course.

Prerequisite courses are in place to ensure that a student enters a course with sufficient prior knowledge required to be successful in that course.

How do you meet a prerequisite?

You may meet a prerequisite by successfully completing the prerequisite course at USC or by successfully completing equivalent or comparable courses at another institution.

What is a co-requisite?

A co-requisite course is a course that you have to take at the same time as or before another course.

What is an anti-requisite?

If you have not studied at USC previously and are in the Study Abroad or Exchange Program, you will not be affected by anti-requisites.
An anti-requisite course is a USC course where there is sufficient overlap with the content of another USC course that a student is not permitted to undertake or receive credit for both courses.

Refer to the explanation of terms for definitions of other words commonly used at university.

For more information, contact USC International.

 

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