Nursing student in Uganda

Sensitivity to cultural diversity is vital in health care professions, where patient-provider relationships determine quality of care.

Study abroad programs provide opportunities to serve patients of different religions, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, genders, abilities and ages.

  • Scenic Bali

    Consciousness, Culture and Community

    Travel to Bali in Summer 2020 with Professor Sam Standard and his wife Laura to meet a Balinese master healer and other health care professionals, attend traditional ceremonies, and take a deep dive into Balinese culture.

Semester and Short Term Program Options

Earn 15-18 credits during a full semester international experience or take advantage of faculty-led short term travel options to earn 3-6 credits in one to four weeks.

Attend an Info Session

“I learned about culture and the impact this has on individual health and health care systems.” - Scout Hill, Nursing '18

Students in Iceland

Exploring the Therapeutic Effects of Icelandic Thermal Springs

Spend a week at Iceland’s NLFI Holistic Health Clinic, world-renowned for integrating traditional rehabilitation services with complementary therapies to promote health.