Global Health through Study Abroad in Ireland
This 2-credit study abroad course, Nursing 5812, will provide an opportunity for students to develop a more informed understanding of nursing as a global profession. Students will explore the history of Irish nursing and health care and learn how Irish nurses are leading the way in transforming their health care system. Learning will be facilitated by faculty from the University of Minnesota School of Nursing and several nursing programs & health care facilities in the Republic of Ireland. Observational experiences in clinical and community health settings will be included in this course. This experience includes 10 days in Ireland and a 2 hour on-campus course meeting in December 2017.
Estimated cost per student:
- Two credit tuition: $984.62
- CISI travel insurance: $17.50
- School of Nursing administrative course fee: $620
- Ireland tour agency fee: $1,560
The Ireland tour agency fee includes all lodging, all land transportation while in Ireland, all breakfasts, and some additional meals.
- Airfare: $950 (estimated)
- Entrance fees: $20 total to Irish tourist attractions (i.e. Blarney Castle, Cliffs of Moher, Book of Kells)
- Total: $4,152
School of Nursing Faculty:
Susan O'Conner-Von, PhD, RN, trip coordinator
Barbara E. Champlin, PhD, RN, co-faculty
To be eligible for this course, you must be a current junior BSN or senior BSN student or Master in Nursing student in good academic standing and have a U.S. passport that is valid for at least six months beyond the date of travel. Dress code and code of conduct during this course must comply with the University of Minnesota Student Code of Conduct, School of Nursing Student Handbook, and host country standards.