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Psychology Study Abroad Trips

Studying abroad provides you with experience and practical learning to further develop your degree. Each trip will bring you to a new cultural atmosphere while also helping you to engage with a particular psychology topic within the culture. Trips are designed to allow some time for cultural engagement, academic learning, and sightseeing.

Some key particulars about these opportunities:

  • Study Abroad trips count towards the degree program. Depending on the topic, the course may count for a 3 credit internship or another 3 credit class within the psychology major.
  • Trips costs are in addition to tuition but will cover most in-country experiences. There is the occasional souvenir that you will want to pick up.
  • Applications are required and reviewed.
  • There is some pre-work and post-work for trips to encourage team development and topic awareness.

Spring 2022

  • Peru – (March 10-20)
    Learn about the variety of cultures and people groups of Ecuador and Peru. Gain awareness of organizations and non-profits seeking to work with these groups. As well, the team will visit the Manchu Pichu. This trip will count towards PSYC 499.
    • Trip Leader: Dr. Conner
    • Co-Leader: Brianne Roberts

Summer 2022

  • Greece – (June 29th – July 9th)
    Learn about the impact of sex trafficking and the continued refugee challenge that has impacted Greek culture. Gain knowledge and insight from organizations working with individuals in these areas. This trip can be used for PSYC 499.
    • Trip Leader: Dr. Kevin Conner
    • Co-Leader: Dr. Carrie Wilmouth

Spring 2023

  • Location to be determined – (March 9th – 19th)
    This trip will likely be a location in South America.
    • Trip Leader: Dr. Kevin Conner

Summer 2023

  • Greece – (TBD)
    Learn about Greek culture and history as well as gain an understanding of what risks contribute to human trafficking in Greece and in across the globe. Gain knowledge and insight from organizations working with at-risk populations. This trip can be used for PSYC 499.
    • Trip Leader: Dr. Kevin Conner
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