International Programs - Study Abroad
Students of the College of Health and Behavioral Studies (CHBS) are encouraged to participate in international study programs offered by James Madison University. Study abroad experiences challenge students and increase self-confidence. They can increase your appreciation of others and allow you to develop new perspectives regarding your home culture. Through international experiences you can increase your ability to interact effectively with people of other nationalities. International experiences can strengthen your resume, broaden your horizons, enrich your life, and open doors to future opportunities. Study abroad opportunities available at JMU are described on the Center for Global Engagement's website. More information
CHBS Short Term Study Abroad Programs
CHBS is offering a variety of international study programs during Summer 2014. These programs may be of great interest to students enrolled in the programs of our college; many are open to all students or students in any health-related field of study. The deadline for applying to participate in most summer programs is November 1. Our programs are listed below. Follow the links for more information.
- Austria: Cross-Cultural Psychology in Vienna (PSYC 200 or PSYC 400). Primarily for junior- or senior-level Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, History, Health Sciences, and German majors or minors.
- Costa Rica: Nursing and Healthcare in Costa Rica: An Interprofessional Perspective (NSG 490). Open to all students in health professions.
- Ghana: Ghana Summer Abroad (SOWK 487, PSYC 200 and other options). Open to all students.
- Ireland: Ireland and America: A cross-cultural study of identity (PSYC 200 or PSYC 400). Open to all students.
- Italy: Cross-Cultural Psychology in Perugia and Florence Italy (PSYC 200 or PSYC 400). Primarily for junior- or senior-level Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Kinesiology, Health Sciences, and Italian majors or minors.
- Kenya: International Health: A Kenyan Perspective (NSG 490 or NSG 531). For advanced Nursing students including RN-BSN and graduate students.