|Biotechnology In India|
|This course will provide students an opportunity to visit India and explore biotechnology advancements there. Students will be exposed to applications in the areas of biotechnology and environmental ecology from the Indian perspective. The trip will include the exploration of four major cities in India, while interacting with scientists and students.
||January 3-Jan 20, 2014||Nitika Parmar |
|Globalization in Health Care|
|An international perspective of global health care issues is an imperative for nursing leadership in the 21st century. In this course students will compare and contrast the health care systems, health care providers/preparation, and health care issues of Ireland with that of the United States.||January 2014||Pauline Hunter |
|Cultural Diversity and Cross-Cultural Psychology|
|This experiential learning course will focus on how people of diverse ethnic, cultural, linguistic, and socioeconomic backgrounds develop their identities, relationships, and cultural competence in a multicultural society. We will examine ways of dispelling preconceptions, stereotypes and prejudices to be more open to learn about cultures other than our own and enhance our intercultural competence. Students will gain a better understanding of the complexity and dynamics of identity development and cultural diversity in Japan.
||January 4-Jan 13, 2014||Christy Teranishi Martinez |
|Science and Technology in Japan|
|This is a general education course that includes a field trip to Japan. Students will examine case studies that relate natural and life sciences to Japanese culture and life. In Japan, students will visit Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Tohoku region. Students will volunteer to help rebuild earthquake affected region. Students will meet once a week during the semester. The class is student driven. After the trip students will work on their project, which will also be presented as a poster at the end of the class.|| March 21-Mar 31, 2014||Simone Aloisio E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org||3|