Cancelled for 2014
Examine the Cross-Cultural Relevance of Psychology through a Course in Vietnam!
Considering summer courses? Why not make Vietnam the inspiration of your studies? Through this uniquely designed program, you’ll familiarize yourself with some of the major theories guiding research in personality psychology, as well as in the area of early childhood intervention—through assessment, intervention and program evaluation.You’ll explore the impact that such findings have across cultures through visits to some of Vietnam’s most culturally significant sites such as the Cu Chi Tunnels in Ho Chi Minh City, and the Old Quarter of Hanoi—Vietnam’s capital city.
The program ultimately culminates in a magical overnight cruise down Ha Long Bay. Your experience in Vietnam—and the cultural perspectives that it inspires—will forever lend to your understanding of psychology within a global context.
- PSY 2210 Theories of Personality
- PSY 4953 Independent Study
- PSY 630 Theories of Personality
- PSY 810 Early Intervention in Early Childhood: Assessment, Intervention & Program Evaluation
* Classes are subject to appropriate enrollment. Although courses may be offered we need to maintain a minimum number of students to run summer courses.
Credits: 3 – 6*
*Students may take a minimum of 1 course (3 credits) or a maximum of 2 courses (6 credits). Students may register for graduate or undergraduate level courses, but not for both levels.
Dates: May 17 - May 31, 2014*
*course begins in Queens May 14—17*
Program fee: $1,990 plus tuition (airfare NOT included)
*Please note: Tuition and airfare are in addition to the program fee. Please check the tuition based on your school and how many credits you choose to enroll in while abroad.
***Attention all Graduate Students***
Please also not that, at this time, graduate students are unable to apply through the St. John's UIS system. Graduate students must submit a completed paper application and an approved course option sheet to the Office of Global Studies. Be sure to have the course option signed by your dean or academic advisor to ensure that you will receive credit toward your course of study.