Irish Family & Human Studies
Dates: May 21 - June 3, 2014
Greetings. The Family and Human Services Irish studies program is open to all Majors and Minors in Family and Human Services. The trip will be four weeks (give or take a wee bit) and will take place the majority of May 2014.
During the trip students will receive credit for two courses: Family Communication and Intercultural Family Seminar. We will spend the majority of our time in Northern Ireland living, touring, and serving among the people. Our studies will focus on the impact of religion on the family, cultural variations in family, existential expressions of meaning associated with individuality and togetherness, etc.
The trip will be led by Dr. Ogle and his wife Emily along with their two boys, Tenney (6) and Sully (3). This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to study abroad in one of the most beautiful places on earth with what is expected to be a connected and authentic team.
Please submit your application today. There are only 12 openings for this trip.
ICS: 4113 Intercultural Family Seminar
FAM: 4253 Family Communication
Team Size: 12
Team will be led by the Director of the Family and Human Services Major, Dr. Nick Ogle
Location: Lakeside Manor, Belfast
Contact: Mindi Stevenson
For More Information, contact:
International Education Coordinator
John Brown University
NOTE: It's always best to check with your advisor and the designated campus contact for the program you are interested in, BEFORE you apply. They can help you work out details like credit transfer and financial aid.