Develop greater self-confidence by successfully navigating the difference they experience in language, currency, food, and local customs. Become more aware of the difference in transportation between the car dependent United States experience and countries where mass transit is the norm. Visit locations such as Edinburgh, Glasgow, Galway City and Dublin.
6 Credits in Communications - COMM 396 and COMM 490
This course focuses on the study of communication behaviors within one general cultural
group, the Celts. Students will select a topic of interest, research and present material
and discoveries to their classmates during the program.
Student must be in good academic and judicial standing required (2.0 GPA), along with successful application and faculty approval.
Estimated program fee of $2,490. Program Fee Includes: lodging, in-country transportation, insurance & some meals. Program Fee Does Not Include: $100 application fee, Ferris tuition, airfare, required textbooks, passport, & personal expenses.
Estimated Total Cost: $5350
Program participants will reside in residence halls or hotels.
Sandy Alspach, JOH 127
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Facts About Scotland
Religion: 71.6% Christian
The kilt is a knee-length garment with pleats at the back, originating in the traditional dress of men and boys in the Scottish Highlands of the 16th century.
Facts About Ireland
Religion: 87.4% Roman Catholic
Irish, or Irish Gaelic (a Celtic language), is the country's first official language and is taught in schools, but few native speakers remain.
The pub lies at the heart of cultural, social and musical life in Ireland.