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Ireland: Psychology & Sociology

Ireland Study Abroad


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NOTE: Program is now closed.

Travel dates
May 8-22, 2015

Course dates
May 8-June 19, 2015


The primary goal of the Ireland Study Abroad trip is to introduce a social and behavioral science curriculum while immersed in the Irish culture. The culture of Ireland offers a unique opportunity for students to better analyze psychological and sociological phenomenon while learning about the factors that affect relations among nations. This will be a nine-week program with 15 days of travel in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Get a taste for Ireland by viewing our image gallery.  

Ireland program info

CalendarProgram Meetings

Please mark your calendar for the following meetings.

Note: all meetings will take place at 2:30 p.m. on the Tarpon Springs Campus.

  • Wednesday, Apr. 22, 2015 - Farewell Meeting
  • Wednesday, Jun. 17, 2015 - Re-Entry Meeting

InformationAvailable courses

Students must enroll in at least one course (3 credits) from the list below. If desired, students may enroll in both courses below. 

Note: Please talk to an advisor to ensure you have met all college enrollment requirements and course prerequisites.

Professor: David Liebert 

PPE 2001   Personality Development (Prerequisite*) 3 credits
SYG 2010   Sociology of Social Problems (Prerequisite**) 3 credits

*Prerequisite: PSY 1012 or PSY 1020H

**Prerequisite: (ENC 0025 and REA 0017) or EAP 1695 or satisfactory score on the SPC placement test

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For a taste of what it's like to study abroad in Ireland, or to follow our students as they travel, read posts from the Ireland program.

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PhoneLead faculty contacts

After you submit the application online, we will review your application and e-mail you with details of scheduling your interview with the Ireland trip lead faculty, David Liebert, 727-712-5776