Study Abroad Ireland Program

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Earn college credit as you tour the Emerald Isle with friends, fellow students, and alumni on a customized itinerary prepared for Wilmington University by Premier Tours. Visit the Republic and Northern Ireland.

Reserve space now and then register for Summer I 2014 classes. The price of the tour does not include tuition. Participants may take the course for full credit or audit the course. For full credit, standard tuition applies. For audit, a discounted fee of $150 applies.

Courses are listed as:

  • CRJ 390 Special Topic: Emerald Isle Study Abroad (3cr)*
  • CRJ 391 Special Topic: Emerald Isle Study Abroad (3cr)*
  • MAJ 6701 Special Topic: Emerald Isle Study Abroad (3cr)

Course Description*

These courses are a multidiscipline travel program with a focus on criminal justice that is designed to provide the opportunity for the students of all majors to experience together the culture of Ireland (Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland) and observe the outward manifestations of the signs, symbols, and traditions of the country that make it unique. Visits to the various attractions will provide numerous examples of the Irish cultural identity. All students will follow the same travel itinerary with the opportunity to focus on identified areas of interest. There will be 16 hours of class/meeting time on campus and twelve hours of private lecture and presentations in Ireland. Students will earn 3 Graduate Credits, or up to 6 Undergraduate Credits based upon the track that they choose. All participants must audit the course if they are not taking it for academic credit.

*The complete course syllabus will be available from the professor after the participant submits the initial deposit.

May 27 – June 6, 2014 – 11 Days / 9 Nights

For additional information please contact:

Dr. Thomas B. Cupples
(302) 356-6764
thomas.b.cupples@wilmu.edu

Mr. Kirk R. Trate
(302) 356-6766
kirk.r.trate@wilmu.edu


This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2014-2015 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2014 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.