United Kingdom: Sports Communication
Every culture has favorite sporting events which communicate the character of their people. Travel to the Atlantic Islands to observe indigenous sports in their homeland. From Edinburgh visit the Golf Museum and watch Highland games. From Dublin, discover Irish football and hurling. From London, catch soccer, cricket and darts and visit Wimbledon.
3 credits - Sports Communication - COMM 490
Student must be in good academic and judicial standing required (2.0 GPA), along with successful application and faculty approval.
Estimated program fee of $3,400. Program Fee Includes: airfare, lodging, in-country transportation, admission fees, insurance, some meals & $100 application
fee. Program Fee Does Not Include: Ferris tuition, required textbooks, passport, & personal expenses.
Estimated Total Cost: $4,495
Program participants will reside in hotels.
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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.