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  • Locations: Dublin, Ireland; Liverpool, United Kingdom; London, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Course Disciplines: HONORS Program Type: Short Program (2-4 weeks)
Click here for a definition of this term Air Travel Options: Group Travel Available, Independent Travel Available Credit: 3 Credit Hours
Language Requirement: No Housing: Campus Residence, Hotel
Program Description:

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Human Rights and Global Citizenship


Program limited to students in the ETSU Honors College. 
 

Be sure to complete your ETSU application at this link
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PROGRAM LEADERS


Karen Kornweibel                                          
Honors College; Literature and Language
kornweib@etsu.edu                         
423 737 8124

Scott Contreras-Koterbay                           
Honors College; Art and Design
koterbay@etsu.edu                                          
423 502 3734
 


PROGRAM DESCRIPTION


This course is the second course of three in the series Human Rights and Global Citizenship course for the Global Citizen Scholars program. The course builds on UHON 1418: Human Rights and Global Citizenship I and allows students to see an international perspective on human rights issues as they continue to develop the mindset and skills of a Global Citizen. It also allows them to use skills gained in CHNG 1008 Place as Text: From Exploration to Impact to learn about the study abroad site(s). The course will be a 4-week course with a 19-day study abroad component.
 
Students will have a whole semester plus the 6 instructional days before departure to serve as a foundation for the trip. The first course, UHON 1418 introduces human rights and global citizenship for students in the Honors Global Citizen Scholars program. The course provides an overview of the historical development of human rights and basic ethical theory, and introduce the concepts of global awareness, global responsibility, and global participation. Course topics for spring 2022 include the abolition of slavery as a case study for human rights and models of global citizenship, the legacies of slavery in the United Kingdom, modern day slavery in the UK, and migration and human rights in England and Ireland.

COURSE


UHON 2418 Human Rights and Global Citizenship II 
Ireland Dublin (winter)

This is a required cohort course for the ETSU Global Citizen Scholars program. Students are required to attend.
 

ACCOMMODATIONS

The short-term accommodations normally include twin ensuite rooms.  Triple and quad are subject to availability.  Air-conditioning in accommodations are normally not available in the UK and Ireland.  Breakfast inclusion as stated in porgram details (green sheet).
 

ELIGIBILTY

  • Current student eligible to enroll in ETSU courses,
  • Good academic standing as defined by ETSU,
  • No current disciplinary sanctions as verified by the ETSU office of student conduct (or equivalent).  Students who become ineligible to attend the program after applying due to disciplinary sanctions will be subject to standard program cost penalty rates. Students are responsible for notifying the CCSA when they become aware of this ineligibility. For eligibility questions pertaining to disciplinary sanctions, students should contact the home campus.
  • Students must complete home campus application prior to being registered in this course,
  • Student must possess passport book valid for a least six (6) months after return date, 
  • Students must complete pre-departure orientations,
  • Full payment prior to departure, and
  • Permission of instructor(s) is required. 

Participants younger than 18 will require a parent/guardian to accompanying as a reduced fee.  Additional approvals will also be needed per international travel regulation, CCSA, and ETSU requirements.

Program limited to students in the ETSU Honors College.  
 
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This program is currently not accepting applications.