PRL 2780 Study Abroad Experience
Provides a structured cross-cultural experience, including pre-departure cultural orientation, in-country immersion experience and culminating project. Exposes students to the culture of a specific country or region outside of the U.S. which may include geography, history, religion, philosophy, literature, fine arts, anthropology, food, language and other relevant topics. Includes a short-term study abroad experience with additional fees for travel.
Division: Provost Office
Department: Prior Learning
Repeatable Credit: Yes
Offered Online: No
- Demonstrate critical thinking skills including the ability to write, discuss, read and reason relative to an international experience.
- Develop sensitivity to other people by recognizing the value of common human experiences, as well as the value of those experiences that are different.
- Reflect and apply cultural learning obtained from the study abroad experience to one’s own academic discipline and/or career.
- Develop intercultural competencies and tools to enable the ability to move across boundaries and see the world from multiple perspectives.
- Compare/contrast components of home culture and host culture experienced through the study abroad program.
Credit Hours: 1
Classroom Hours: 1