Study abroad for undergraduates in Health and Human Physiology can bring a more global understanding of health education, health promotion and wellness or other professional fields in health care by exposing students to diverse populations. Taking observation-based courses in clinical settings abroad can teach students about other models of health care outside of the United States standard.
You can learn more by visiting the Health and Human Physiology Major Advising Page (MAP) on the Study Abroad website. This MAP focuses on the Health & Human Physiology BA and its three tracks, as well as the Human Physiology BS. Future MAPs are planned to address students in the Sports & Recreation Management and the Therapeutic Recreation programs.
After reading through the MAP, you can visit the Steps to Studying Abroad page to learn about Discover Study Abroad sessions and how to start planning your time abroad. Ideally, you should begin to plan your study abroad experience at least two semesters in advance of your departure date. Be in touch with a Study Abroad advisor and your advisor in the Health and Human Physiology Department early in the planning process.