Study Abroad Summer 2020 Ireland

Exploring Cultural, Interdisciplinary, and
Healthcare Issues in Ireland.
Poster for Study Abroad Program Ireland with images of King John's Castle, The Craggaunowen, The Long Room in Trinity College Library and The Cliffs of Moher. Full details of the course are noted below the image

The Class
Three (3) credit hybrid course that will satisfy cultural diversity General
Education requirements. Explore cultural and healthcare issues in both the
United States and Ireland. What problems do the two countries share, and
what is unique to each country? How does that tie into health and healthcare? What could we learn from each other?

• One week online component: May 4-10, 2020
• Two, 8-hour days of in-the-seat class on campus: May 11-12, 2020
• Travel to Ireland 16 days: May 13-28, 2020

Plans are to visit a university campus, museums, historical sites, churches, hospitals, castles, geological sites of interest such as the Cliffs of Mohr, the Aran Islands, an Irish Coast Gaurd rescue squad, Kilmainham Gaol, the Emigration Museum, the Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship, Trinity College and the Book of Kells, cultural restaurants, performances, and more.

• Earn cultural diversity credits.
• International learning experience in a beautiful country.
• Worldly perspective on culture and healthcare.

• Make an appointment with the Study Abroad Office.
• Talk to your advisor to discuss how this program will fit into your          requirements.
• Make an appointment with the financial aid office to
see if your financial aid may apply.
• Visit and
download the application.

Program Dates: May 4 – 28, 2020
Application Period: Dec. 4, 2019 – Feb. 5, 2020

For more information contact:

Professor Lori Oliver, School of Nursing
Teresa Yelverton, Study Abroad Office,