1 See the World HSHP at the Great Wall of China Study Abroad at a Glance Content Page HSHP Degrees and Programs 2 HSHP Office of the Dean 3 Special Information for HSHP Students 4 HSHP Preprofessional Program 5 Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences 6 Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education 7 & 8 Department of Occupational Therapy 9 Department of Physical Therapy 10 Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies 11 Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology 12 Department of Sport Management and Media 13 Study Abroad Opportunities 14 Notes 15
2 HSHP Degrees and Preprofessional Program Page 2 Exercise and Sport Sciences M.S. Athletic Training Clinical Exercise Science Exercise Science Exercise Science (Medical Sciences) Exercise Science (Sport and Exercise Psychology) Exercise and Sport Sciences Health Promotion and Physical Education M.S. M.S. Health Care Management Health Education (Teaching) Health Education and Physical Education (Teaching) Health Sciences (Nutrition) Health Sciences (Premedical) Physical Education (Teaching) Public and Community Health Health Education Physical Education Occupational Therapy /M.S. Occupational Science/Occupational Therapy M.S. Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy / D.P.T. Clinical Health Studies/Physical Therapy Recreation and Leisure Studies Outdoor Adventure Leadership Recreation Management Therapeutic Recreation Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology M.S. M.S. Speech-Language Pathology Speech-Language Pathology Speech-Language Pathology with Teacher Certification Sport Management and Media B.A. Sport Management Sport Media Sport Studies HSHP Preprofessional Program The HSHP Preprofessional Program for freshmen and sophomores offers the opportunity for students to explore health, sport, education or leisure careers. HSHP has the largest diversity of programs in the Northeast and Midwest.
3 Page 3 HSHP Office of the Dean Dr. Linda S. Petrosino, Dean Dr. Patricia E. Green, Associate Dean Dr. John A. Sigg, Associate Dean Office of the Dean 320 Smiddy Hall Telephone: Fax: The School of Health Sciences and Human Performance recognizes that the opportunity to study abroad is a valuable part of a student s educational experience at Ithaca College and as preparation for health, education, sport and leisure professional careers. This guide has been created to assist HSHP majors in their first steps in planning a time frame for study abroad within their degree program requirements. A check ( ) indicates suggested time frames only. HSHP advisors and the Dean's Office work closely with the Ithaca College Office of International Programs to encourage our students to study abroad. For the college policies and procedures concerning application review and approval, related costs, financial aid and other specifics about study abroad, as well as up-to-date information on available programs, please visit or contact: Office of International Programs Center for Health Sciences Phone: Fax:
4 Special Information for HSHP Students Page 4 Tips for HSHP Students: Please be aware that Ithaca College and HSHP do offer short stay study abroad programs. These typically occur during winter break, spring break or the summer term. To learn more, please speak to your advisor for the most current offerings. Mention your intent as early as freshmen orientation, if you think you might want to study abroad. Save electives to take while studying abroad. Discuss your plans as early as possible with your advisor. Ask questions, research, and plan, plan, plan! Suggested Procedure For HSHP Students: Review this guide. Visit the Office of International Programs (OIP) website at: Discuss study abroad with your advisor and how it will fit into your schedule and academic program. Obtain suggestions and approval of specific courses for your degree. Attend an OIP informational session. PLEASE NOTE: Each student is responsible for her/his own graduation requirements. Schedule an appointment with OIP.
5 Page 5 HSHP Preprofessional Program 320 Smiddy Hall The HSHP Preprofessional Program strongly encourages students to study abroad. Please see your advisor to begin preparing for study abroad. Study Abroad for HSHP Preprofessional Students: Discuss and make plans for your study abroad as far in advance as possible! Make an appointment with your advisor to discuss your study abroad options. Your advisor will refer you to a departmental liaison (where your program interest is housed) for additional advisement. HSHP Preprofessional Coordinator: Julie E. Boles 311 Smiddy Hall Telephone: HSHP Preprofessional Program: 320 Smiddy Hall Telephone:
6 Exercise and Sport Sciences 313 Center for Health Sciences Page 6 The Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences strongly supports and encourages the study abroad program. Please see your advisor to begin preparing for study abroad. Major FR 01 FR 02 SO 01 SO 02 JR 01 JR 02 SR 01 SR 02 AT CES ES indicates suggested semester to travel abroad Athletic Training (AT) During study abroad, take classes that will fulfill requirements such as: Writing, Math, Social Science or Humanities electives, and free electives. Enroll in Advanced Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries and Athletic Training Techniques I courses over the Winter Intersession after return from semester abroad to stay in sequence. Enroll in Biomechanics the fall of junior year. Clinical Exercise Science (CES) During study abroad, take classes that will fulfill requirements such as: Writing, Math, Psychology, Social Science or Humanities electives, and free electives. Exercise Science (ES) During study abroad, take classes abroad that will fulfill requirements such as: Writing, Math, Psychology, Social Science or Humanities electives, and free electives. Recent Departmental Study Abroad Student Experiences: Australia, Japan, London.
7 Page 7 Health Promotion and Physical Education 7 Hill Center We strongly advocate a study abroad experience and will work with all majors to help make it happen and keep you in sequence! Please see your advisor to begin preparing for study abroad. Major FR 01 FR 02 SO 01 SO 02 JR 01 JR 02 SR 01 SR 02 HE HE&PE HCM HS/Nutrition HS/Premed PE PCH indicates suggested semester to travel abroad HE-Health Education (Teaching): Plan early. Take requirements such as: Writing, Math, Speech, Language. Consider summer programs. HE & PE-Health Education & Physical Education (Teaching): Plan early. Student teaching opportunities exist in Cyprus. Consider summer programs. Take requirements: Writing, Math, Speech, Language. HCM-Health Care Management: Plan early. Consider summer programs. Take requirements: Writing, Math, Speech, Language. Continued on next page...
8 Health Promotion and Physical Education 7 Hill Center Page 8... Continued from page 7 HS/Nutrition-Health Sciences/Nutrition: Plan early. Take requirements such as: Writing, Math, Speech, Language. Consider summer programs. HS/Premed-Health Sciences/Pre-Medical Emphasis: Plan early. Take requirements such as: Writing, Math, Speech, Language. Consider summer programs. PE-Physical Education (Teaching): Plan early. Student teaching opportunities exist in Cyprus. Consider summer programs. Take requirements such as: Writing, Math, Speech, Language. PCH-Public Community Health Plan early. Take requirements such as: Writing, Math, Speech, Language. Consider summer programs. Recent Departmental Study Abroad Student Experiences: We have had 12 students placed in Cyprus in the past 18 months. China is an experience supported by the department. Department Sponsored Study Abroad: Student teaching for Physical Education students in Cyprus. Summer language immersions. Health Care & Culture: An International Field Experience in Malawi.
9 Page 9 Occupational Therapy 204 Smiddy Hall The Occupational Therapy Department strongly supports opportunities for students to study abroad. Please see your advisor to begin preparing for study abroad. Major FR 01 FR 02 SO 01 SO 02 JR 01 JR 02 SR 01 SR 02 Grad Year Block V OT indicates suggested semester to travel abroad Begin planning and working with your advisor at the earliest possible date for any study abroad option. Students may study just about anywhere in the world in the fall or spring semester of the sophomore year, although with careful preparation, the fall semester of the junior year is also possible. Students wishing to study abroad at Jönköping University in Sweden should meet early with their advisor to explore alternatives and to ensure that all prerequisite courses are completed. Graduate Students may choose to complete the elective internship abroad (summer Block V of the graduate year). Recent internship placements have included Tanzania, Scotland, England and the Dominican Republic. Recent Study Abroad Experiences: Students have participated in study abroad experiences in Australia, Italy, Malawi, Semester at Sea, Spain, Sweden, London, the Dominican Republic, China and New Zealand. Department Sponsored Study Abroad: The Occupational Therapy Department maintains an exchange program with Jönköping University in Sweden. Students wishing to study in this program may take occupational therapy courses (in English) in the sophomore year or in the fall of the junior year. Students should begin planning early for this opportunity to be sure that all required prerequisites have been met. We also have an exchange agreement with La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia, where students may study occupational therapy. Be sure to see your advisor for information about these programs.
10 Physical Therapy 335 Smiddy Hall Page 10 The Department of Physical Therapy encourages students to study abroad. Please see your advisor to begin preparing for study abroad. Major FR 01 FR 02 SO 01 SO 02 JR 01 JR 02 SR 01 SR 02 PT - Clinical Health Studies indicates suggested semester to travel abroad Begin planning at the earliest possible date. Close collaboration with advisors is recommended. Ensure that all prerequisite courses and general education requirements can be scheduled in preparation for required coursework. Recent Departmental Study Abroad Student Experiences: Australia, Austria, France, Ireland, Israel, Italy, London, New Zealand, Peru, Spain, Semester-at-Sea. Several students have also taken advantage of shorter trips abroad to Antigua, Australia, China and the Dominican Republic.
11 Page 11 Recreation and Leisure Studies 321 Smiddy Hall Please see your advisor to begin preparing for study abroad. Major FR 01 FR 02 SO 01 SO 02 JR 01 JR 02 SR 01 SR 02 OAL RMgmt TR indicates suggested semester to travel abroad If you do not enter the program as a freshman, study abroad in the above semesters is not guaranteed. Careful planning with your advisor is essential for all students. Outdoor Adventure Leadership (OAL) Take classes abroad that will fulfill requirements such as: Writing, Math, Psychology, Social Science or Humanities electives, Cultural Diversity elective, and free electives. Most general education requirements (not OAL) will transfer. Very rarely will OAL courses (professional core or OAL core) transfer from abroad. These courses should be taken at Ithaca College. Also note that Leadership and Administration of Outdoor Pursuits and Wilderness Expedition Leadership (WEL) are offered every-other-year. Plan accordingly! Recreation Management (RM) Recommended study abroad either sophomore year or spring semester junior year; most RLS electives are offered during the fall semester. Take classes abroad that will fulfill requirements such as: Writing, Math, Cultural Diversity elective, Psychology, Social Science or Humanities electives, and free electives. Most general education requirements (not RM) will transfer. Therapeutic Recreation (TR) Take classes abroad that will fulfill requirements such as: Writing, Math, Cultural Diversity elective, Psychology, Social Science or Humanities electives, and free electives. Most general education requirements (not TR) will transfer. Very rarely, if ever, are TR required core courses transferable due to professional certification stipulations. Recent Departmental Study Abroad Student Experiences: London, Australia, New Zealand, Finland. Department Sponsored Study Abroad: Ecotourism and Natural Resource Management
12 Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology 301 Smiddy Hall Page 12 The Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology encourages its students to consider spending a semester studying in another country. This professional field is for helping people to overcome communication problems. Therefore, we believe that exposing oneself to other cultures and other countries helps one to understand and appreciate the intricacies of communication. Please see your advisor to begin preparing for study abroad. Major FR 01 FR 02 SO 01 SO 02 JR 01 JR 02 SR 01 SR 02 SLPA indicates suggested semester to travel abroad It is recommended that: To have greater flexibility in going abroad, students should declare a major in Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology as a freshman or begin taking required courses as a freshman. Students transferring into the major after the freshman year see a Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology advisor early to determine the feasibility of studying in another country. Students should plan on taking distribution electives abroad, such as fine arts, humanities, or history courses. Recent Departmental Study Abroad Student Experiences: Australia, China, London, New Zealand, Scotland, Semester-at- Sea, Singapore, Spain.
13 Page 13 Sport Management and Media 12 Hill Center Please see your advisor to begin preparing for study abroad. Major FR 01 FR 02 SO 01 SO 02 JR 01 JR 02 SR 01 SR 02 SMgmt SMedia SStudies indicates suggested semester to travel abroad Recent trends point to continued globalization of sport and its professional positions. The department offers a yearly May experience in London which is ideal for first and second year students. This seminar focuses on sport as seen through the eyes of the rest of the world and especially Europe. Specific topics vary, but usually include administration, marketing and legal issues. Activities in London and other cities include class instruction; excursions to sports events as well as locations of contemporary interest; field trips to league and club offices. This two-week class helps students determine if a semester at the College s London Center and an internship with Major League Baseball London is appropriate. Students have also chosen to study in Australia, Argentina and Ireland. Sport Management and Media Majors Make an appointment with your advisor during your first semester to consider if the London seminar is appropriate for you. Continue to discuss with your advisor if an international internship during your junior or senior year is appropriate for you. Sport Studies Majors Make an appointment with your advisor during your first semester to consider if the London seminar is appropriate for you. Continue to explore with your advisor the possibilities of semester long international academic experience. Recent Departmental Study Abroad Student Experiences: London Sport Management Seminar, Beijing Olympics, China, Toronto
14 Study Abroad Opportunities Page 14 Ithaca College Semester Study Abroad Opportunities Antigua Ghana Norway Australia Greece Senegal Austria Hong Kong Singapore Canada Hungary Spain China Italy Sweden Cyprus Japan Turkey Czech Republic Korea United Kingdom Dominican Republic Mexico IC London Center Ecuador New Zealand Semester-at-Sea Other Destinations Short Term Study Abroad Opportunities Short stay study abroad programs typically occur during winter break, spring break or the summer term. To learn more, please speak to your advisor for the most current offerings through HSHP and at Ithaca College. Antigua China Dominican Republic Finland London, England Malawi, Africa For more study abroad information go to:
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16 Important Telephone Numbers My HSHP Major Advisor: Phone/ Office of Student Financial Services: HSHP Office of the Dean: Office of International Programs: Office of the Registrar: This document is to be used only as a first step towards planning for Study Abroad opportunities for majors in the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance effective The content does not replace departmental advisement, your degree requirements, or the Ithaca College Office of International Program s materials and review/application procedures. For more information about the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance, scan the QR code. 9-12
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