Finals Rescheduled Again
Due to inclement weather forecast for this Saturday, 12/14, the make-up exams from Tuesday 12/10 will be rescheduled (yet again) as follows:
- The exam period for classes that meet Tuesday-Thurs 1 p.m. is now rescheduled to Friday, 12/13/2013 from 2:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
- The exam period for classes that meet Tuesday-Thurs 4 p.m. is now rescheduled to Saturday, 12/14/2013 from 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.
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Belfast, Northern Ireland
Ireland is one of the world’s most charming countries. Its friendly people, with strong cultural ties to Pennsylvania, are disarmingly frank and open. Stunning scenery like Slieve League (Europe’s highest sea cliffs), the Glens of Antrim, and the Giant’s Causeway set the background for important cultural contributions such as Newgrange megalithic site (5000 years old), Derry’s historic city walls and Corrymeela Peace Center. Prosperity and peace are transforming Ireland into a dynamic economy with ancient roots.
Education for Global Citizenship: The Northern Ireland Experience will be associated with St. Mary’s University College, Queen's University, Corrymeela Peace Center and Oideas Gael Irish Language College.
The course will be visiting Belfast city to meet civic groups, political leaders and grass roots organizations. We will also visit Stormont Castle, the Glens of Antrim and the scenic Antrim coast, Corrymeela Peace Center in Ballycastle, Derry city and its ancient walls, and a traditional Irish speaking community in west Donegal.
Visit the MU Ireland Summer Course Facebook page by clicking the following link: https://www.facebook.com/MUIrelandSummerCourse
View Peace and Education in Northern Ireland from a student's perspective:
Created by and used with the permission of Shawn Eckert
Frommer's rates Belfast as one of 2009's "Top Destinations"!
Check out the video below from Frommer's website:
Frommer's Top Destinations of 2009: Belfast
EDFN 586 Topics in Education
EDFN 511 Comparative Education
GOVT 408 Seminar in Political Science
SOCY 320 Sociology of Education (G3 and W)
All courses will be taught in English. The primary instructor will be Dr. Dominic Scott a professor at Millersville University.
Please see the link below for more information about this program and a video of Dr. Scott describing his course:
Students should work with their academic advisor to ensure that these three credits are appropriately utilized for the student's major/minor requirements or to fulfill General Education requirements.
Millersville students will pay approximately $2,200.00 to participate in this course:
This cost includes:
- Travel in Ireland
- Admissions and stipends for speakers
- Some Meals
This cost does not include:
- Millersville tuition and fees
- ISIC Cards
- Passport (if necessary)
- Some Meals
- Personal expenses (souvenirs and other daily expenses)
In the past, students have spent approximately $500.00 for entertainment, souvenirs, incidentals, and meals.
A payment schedule is available.
Since this program offers 3 academic credits, students should contact the Financial Aid Office to discuss their specific financial aid package.
Students will be housed in hostels with Motel 6 standards or higher. These are modern hostels, purpose built peace and cultural conference centers, and B & Bs.
Students must register for one of the above mentioned MU courses (either undergraduate or graduate credits as appropriate).
Students must bring a $600.00 non refundable fee (fee will be returned if slots are filled) with the application form to Dr. Dominic Scott Stayer Room #409. Due dates for balance will be:
January 30, 2012 $550
February 28, 2012 $525
March 30, 2012 $525
For more information please contact Dr. Dominic Scott, Professor of Educational Foundations, in Stayer Educational Center (Room 409) at 872-3382 or email inquiries to Dominic.Scott@millersville.edu