Contact Dean Lawson, Program Director
In addition to exploring a new place, studying abroad is an ideal opportunity to meet new people, embrace curiosity, and gain a richer understanding of the world by truly realizing what it means to see from a global perspective.
If you're interested in a semester abroad, your faculty advisor and our Office of International Education (OIE) will work with you to ensure all credits transfer and fulfill requirements for your major.
Study in Montreal, Canada—one of the world's largest game development centers—only 96 miles from our Burlington campus. Opportunities abound for game programmers on our campus in downtown Montreal.
Sample Major Specific Courses Offered in Montreal
Students will work with both OIE and their Program Director, Dean Lawson (firstname.lastname@example.org) to select courses that relate to their major:
EGD 380P: ADVANCED SEMINAR IN GAME PROGRAMMING
SAP 390: INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE (6 Credits)**
CSI 230: LINUX/UNIX PROGRAMMING
EGP 200: GRAPHICS / GAME ENGINE PROGRAMMING I
EGP 410: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR GAMES
EGP 300: GRAPHICS/GAME ENGINE PROGRAMMING II
EGP 310: GAME ARCHITECTURE
Sample Core 330 Courses
Students will select two culture courses that meet COR 330 requirements, such as:
ART 330A: CANADIAN CULTURE THROUGH MUSIC
MGT 335: INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL TOPICS IN BUSINESS: MONTREAL
CCM 301: MONTREAL: EMERGING MEDIA AND INNOVATION
COR 310: GLOBAL STUDIES I: THE GLOBAL CONDITION (Spring Only)
COR 320: GLOBAL STUDIES II: HUMAN RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Spring Only)
FLM 281: CANADIAN CULTURE THROUGH FILMS
HIS 415: CANADIAN - AMERICAN RELATIONS
LAN 110: FRENCH I
SWK 230: LGBTQ MONTREAL
WRT 236: FOOD WRITING IN MONTREAL
* Full course listings available at www.champlain.edu/champlain-abroad
** Students who have a competitive GPA are eligible to apply for a credit bearing internship in Montreal at a company or organization related to their field of study. Please contact OIE for more information about these opportunities: email@example.com.
Study abroad destinations in addition to Montreal can be found through one of our approved third-party provider summer programs. Game Programmers can complete Core 330 requirements over the summer and still stay on track with their program requirements.
The following summer program may be a good fit for game programmers:
Tokyo—the economic, technical, and political hub of the country—is truly one of the world’s most vibrant and fascinating capitals. With homestay options, language training, and exceptional cross-cultural activities, you can pursue your academic interests while immersing yourself in a challenging and enriching international experience.
Sample Core 330 Courses*
Contemporary Japanese Society
Japanese Pop Culture
Japanese Business and Management