Global Education and Study Abroad


Psychology and Culture in Europe

LONDON, CAMBRIDGE AND MORE: Come Explore the Most Influential Contributors to Psychology while Immersing Yourself in English Culture

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Imagine yourself in this life-enriching encounter, experiencing one of the best spring breaks of your life in renowned England!  You will be immersed in English culture and heritage while examining psychology concepts and theorists through hands-on activities.

  • Can you envision yourself visiting all of London’s most important sites and learning about English culture in a fun and stimulating way?
  • Would you like to be hypnotized in a session at the Centre of Clinical Hypnotherapy?
  • Have you ever dreamed of seeing Freud’s famous psychoanalytic coach in person?
  • Do you desire to go punting on the River Cam in Cambridge, England?

 

EVERY Park University student should participate in this experience of a lifetime!  No degree is complete without gaining the global perspective from studying abroad.

Participants will earn 3 credits of Psychology 315: Theories of Personality. 
This study abroad experience also qualifies for an upper division elective for all majors.

Details

Psychology and Culture in Europe

Dates: March 7-16, 2014

Required course: PS315, Theories of Personality

Term: Spring II 2014

Course type: online

Textbook: Feist, J., & Feist, G. J. (2009). Theories of personality (7th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw Hill. ISBN-13: 978-0-07-338270-8

Program fee: $2,950 (pending final arrangements) includes airfare, lodging, two meals per day, all activities with group

For more information:

Christina Jenkins
Adjunct Professor of Psychology and Sociology
christina.jenkins@park.edu
(949)294-8096

Angela Peterson
Director, Global Education and Study Abroad
Parkville campus
Herr House room 300
apeterson@park.edu
(816) 584-6510

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