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As you plan to participate in Halliburton Engineering Global Programs, please keep in mind that COVID-19 is still affecting world travel. Our office highly encourages you to have an academic backup plan ready if COVID-19 causes the cancelation of this program.
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Locations and Dates

  • Locations: Singapore
  • Dates: Dec. 26, 2021–Jan. 18, 2022
  • Term Offered: Wintermester
  • Applicable Majors: Computer Engineering (both tracks), Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering and others pending
  • Prerequisites: CSCE 315
  • Minimum GPA: 2.75 or approval from faculty

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Overview

This program takes place over three weeks in the heart of Singapore. Students will take CSCE 431 with Dr. Philip Ritchey and Mr. Robert Lightfoot, both Texas A&M University computer science and engineering professors. Students will work in teams with other Texas A&M students on a project that emphasizes software security. Students will work for two weeks in Singapore and then continue to work on the project after returning to the United States. The program includes cultural excursions and technical visits. Students will have evenings and weekends to study and explore Singapore on their own.

Cultural excursions:

  • Siloso Beach New Year's Eve Party
  • Cultural Cooking Class
  • Hawker Center Food Tour
  • Sightseeing Bus Tour
  • Zoo and Night Safari

Courses Offered

Estimated Cost

Please note that all costs are subject to change.

Estimated Program Costs Cost
Fees Collected by Halliburton Engineering Global Programs Office
Administrative fee (Non-refundable billed separately upon commitment, not insurable) $500
Remaining Program Cost
Program Cost (includes Lodging, some meals, excursions, cultural visits, in-country transportation, CISI international health insurance, & Contribution toward faculty leader expenses
$3,400
Total Fee Postings from Halliburton Global Programs & Education Abroad Office $3,900
Additional Estimated Expense for Program
Tuition and fees (3 credits included in spring flat rate tuition)* $0
International airfare $2,000+
Travel documents (passport and/or visa, if needed) $130+
Cancel for Any Reason Insurance (recommended insurance for program fee less the less the administration fee) $250
Meals and incidentals (not included in Program Fee) $600
Textbooks and supplies Varies
Personal spending (estimated $50-$200 per week) Varies
Additional Estimated Expense ~$2,980
Estimated Grand Total ~$6,880

Contact Information

Faculty Leaders

Mr. Robert Lightfoot
Computer Science and Engineering
Office: HRBB 328D
rob.light@tamu.edu | 979-845-2611

Dr. Philip Ritchey 
Computer Science and Engineering
Office: HRBB 326
pcr@tamu.edu | 979-458-1059

Program Coordinator

Engineering Global Programs  
Zachry Engineering Education Complex
Suite 410
engineeringglobalprograms@tamu.edu