Opportunities for Immaculata Students
Fashion Tour in Northern Spain
Enjoy a nine-day trip to Madrid, Burgos, the Basque Region, and Barcelona. View the full itinerary here. For more information, contact Chris Baeza, director of the Fashion Merchandising program, at email@example.com or 610-647-4400 ext. 3160.
Travel Course in France
May 8-17, 2013
Earn three credits in French or History (FREN 301 or HIST 301), studying World War II and the Nazi occupation in France. View the itinerary.
This study/travel immersion course will be led by D. Regan and conducted in English with the option of receiving credit in French. Classes meet once a week in the spring on Tuesdays, 2:50-4:20 p.m. Limited enrollment. Travel costs additional. Students who opt for French credit will utilize the French versions of the readings and films where available. No prerequisite for history credit. Prerequisite for French credit: FREN 201-202 and department approval. Students may be enrolled in FREN 202 simultaneously with this course.
For more information, contact Madame Clark, 610-647-4400 ext. 3467, 11 Good Counsel Hall.
Spring Break Tour to Italy
The tour price covers:
- Round-trip air fare
- All hotel stays
- Breakfast and dinner
- Tours and admission to museums
The tour is open to all Immaculata University students, friends and family. An optional three credits will be available.
To sign up and see the itinerary, click HERE on Explorica's website.
Please e-mail Diane Grimes, Art Department Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and registration.
Tour of London Exploring the History of Nursing
Offered by the Division of Nursing as a three-credit elective
Consider the world of nursing from an international perspective and learn more about the history of nursing through the achievements of Florence Nightingale, known as the founder of modern nursing and the “lady with the lamp.”
You will explore Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery, Piccadilly Circus, Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge, Hyde Park, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Windsor Castle, the Tower of London, and the British Museum. You will also visit the Florence Nightingale Museum and the School of Nursing and Midwifery at King’s College, as well as the oldest operating room at St. Thomas Hospital.
Then you will be off for a day trip to Stonehenge and, not far away, St. Margaret’s Church to see Florence Nightingale’s tomb and family museum. Enjoy a special dinner at the London Hard Rock Café! There will be ample opportunity for shopping and time on your own to explore.
The trip price is all-inclusive and covers round-trip airfare from Philadelphia, hotel, breakfasts and dinners, transportation in England, and a professional tour director. Learn more at explorica.com.
Questions? Contact Professor Beth Chiatti at email@example.com.
Study Abroad in Cuernava, Mexico
Location: Kukulcan Spanish Community
Dates: May 26 to June 16, 2013
Open to Spanish majors, minors and anyone interesting in the Spanish language and Latino culture.
Spanish majors and minors will take SPAN 303 Advanced Composition, and SPAN 335 Advanced Conversation for the Careers (Nursing, Nutrition and Dietetics, Social Work, Criminal Justice, or Teaching Profession).
Students with limited or no experience with Spanish will take the equivalent to SPAN 101-102, or 201-202.
Cost: $1,770 plus airline ticket (around $520). Personal spending money, medical coverage, and a few meals in restaurants are not included in this price.
Costa Rica Expedition
Offered by the Biology Department as a three-credit lab science or elective.
Earn three credits in a lab science (or an elective) while you zip line thru the jungle, measure and tag turtles, hike on lava beds from the Arenal Volcano, and MUCH MORE…
Questions: Deb Tischler ext. 3278, Loyola 201A
Trip is limited to 18 students and led by Deb Tischler.
Athens and the Aegean
May 29, 2014 – June 8, 2014
2014 Theme: Exploring the Homeland of Hygeia and Hippocrates
Offered by the Nursing Department as an optional 3-credit elective in Spring 2014 (NUR 414)
Consider the world of nursing from an international perspective and learn more about the cradle of Western civilization through the art and archaeology of Athens and the Aegean.
Questions? Contact Prof. Beth Chiatti in the Division of Nursing at firstname.lastname@example.org
See detailed pricing at: http://www.explorica.com/Chiatti-2501