GS-L Course Descriptions
NUR 390: Adult Health Alterations
Nursing Students Only
Instructor: Dr. Jonathan Gates
Sites: Florence, Pompeii, and Rome, Italy
Estimated Cost: $2,600
Honors Students Only
Increased emphasis will be placed on exploring the intersections between what students have been learning in the 4 Honors Humanities Core Courses (Fresh. and Soph. Years) and the historic and recent resources available in Central and Southern Italy. Additionally, the course will invite students to examine the relationships between historic and current expressions of Catholic and Protestant Christianity.
FNA/ART 252 Fine Arts in the City of Venice
ENG 202 Global Literature in the City of Venice
Instructor for Fine Arts: Dr. Dana Talley, Dr. Sue Talley
Instructor for Global Literature: Dr. Kevin Pinkham
Sites: Florence, Feltre, Padova, Siena, Venice
Estimated Cost: $2,850
A description of these courses will be available soon!
BUS 382 Missions Outreach From a Business Perspective
Faculty: Dr. James Muckell, Dr. Gordon Boronow
Sites: Cancun, Mexico
Estimated Cost: $1300
A description of this course will be available soon!
SWK 377 Poverty & Children in Southeast Asia
Instructor: Dr. Kwi Yun, Dr. David Jennings
Sites: Cebu, Philippines
Estimated Cost: $2,550
For the seventh time, we are pleased to offer this exciting learning opportunity in the Philippines. This Global Service Learning trip will provide students with heartwarming experiences centered around a tutoring center in a small village called Nanka. Here, students can see how people help each other to cope with extreme poverty. Students will also visit social service agencies and mission organizations that deal with the issues of human trafficking, child welfare, poverty, substance abuse, or crime. Before returning to New York, we will stay overnight in Hong Kong, a cosmopolitan center where East meets West.
GCN/CN 780 Counseling for Global Engagement
Instructor: Dr. Elaine Eng
Sites: Chiangmai, Thailand
Graduate Students Only
This course will address missionary counseling issues using venues of the Christian Medical and Dental Association, and counseling centers located in Chiangmai, Thailand. Students will have firsthand experience interviewing missionaries throughout Asia as they convene in the CMDA-CMDE conference. They will attend lectures on medical missions and workshops on counseling issues at this conference. Site visits at local Christian counseling centers, such as Cornerstone and the Well, will be done with teaching offered by counselors at these locations. Students will also practice cultural ethnography on field trips in various settings to develop understanding of the Thai people for ministry.