USJ faculty-led study abroad programs
Each year, University of Saint Joseph faculty lead study trips around the world. Enhance your career and get the most out of your academic program by joining us for these great study abroad opportunities:
Guyana Immersion Experience
Travel to this South American nation over spring break. You’ll participate in academic and social service activities with Guyanese nurses/students and conduct research on the health and educational needs of this developing nation. A great trip to learn about international nursing and healthcare as well as continuing the tradition of mercy values as USJ.
Stay in Guyana March 9-March 17, 2018
Faculty leaders: Janet Knecht, Ph.D. and Beth Fischer, RSM
PSYC 327: The People, Culture, Policies and Programs of the Netherlands (Honors Section Available)
A great option for students who want to go abroad to do in-depth international research. This course includes an on-campus component during the spring semester taught in collaboration with our partner institution, HAN University of Applied Sciences. This study abroad experience provides students with the opportunity to learn about the social and political concerns and cultural traditions of a modern Northern European country.
Stay in The Netherlands May 20-June 3, 2018
Faculty leaders: Robert Madden, LCSW, J.D. and Tracey Robinson, M.A.
Note: Prices include airfare and lodging. Programs with fewer than 10 students may not run. Cost subject to change.
Find Out More
Contact the International Office ([email protected]) for more information and an application.
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