Heath, Exercise, and Medicine: An International Perspective (HERS305) is a 3 credit course in the Health, Exercise, and Rehabilitative Sciences department that is led by Brian and Susan Zeller. This course is an interdisciplinary travel program designed to expose students to medicine, health and exercise in a society outside of the United States. Students will engage in multiple, different learning opportunities; including peer group presentations, lectures/discussions from specialists in their field, placement in clinical sites to interact with peers and mentors from the United Kingdom and hands-on learning experiences in various settings.
Pre-departure meetings TBA
Travel Dates are July 17th-July 6th, 2014.
- Manchester United Tour
- Cricket match - Lancashire Cricket Club
- Tour of Warwick Castle and Stonehenge
- Walking tour of Doublin and the Wicklow Mountains