STDABRD 311 - UM/MSU Nursing in Ghana
Section: 101
Term: SP 2010
Subject: Study Abroad (STDABRD)
Department: LSA Global and Intercultural Study
Credits:
6
Repeatability:
May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit(s). May be elected more than once in the same term.

The program combines classroom lectures with fieldwork, and is designed for students from a range of disciplines with an interest in health issues. In the first 3 weeks of the program, students take one of two 4-credit courses: "Africa: Social Science Perspectives" or "Mass Media in Africa," a seminar designed for journalism concentrators. During the second 3 weeks, the focus shifts to health care in Ghana, and students are enrolled in a 2-credit course covering such topicsa as health care needs and traditional and Western health care delivery systems.

Intended audience:students from a broad range of disciplines, with an interest in health care

Course Requirements:Exams, reports, papers

Class Format:seminar & fieldwork, approx. 15 hours per week

STDABRD 311 - UM/MSU Nursing in Ghana
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