Psychology 250 - Hong Kong: Psychology and Culture
With the emergence of China as a world economic power, Hong Kong has become a key center for cultural exchange. In this course, students will critically examine the idea of culture and consider its influences on human behaviors. We will visit cultural landmarks and have meaningful interactions with local students, teachers, entrepreneurs, government officials, and religious leaders. Students of all majors may consider adapting course contents to fulfill specific departmental requirements. Students will also act as ambassadors for Hartwick College and actively engage with local high school students and share their Hartwick experiences.
Course: PSYC 250
Location: Hong Kong, China
Program Directors: KinHo Chan and Lisa Onorato
Curricular requirement: EL
Length of program: 20 days
Meals: two meals per day included
Prices of Off-Campus J Term programs are estimates. If there are factors that affect the final cost of a program, such as fluctuations in currency exchange rates or fuel price increases, a fee adjustment will be announced. Should there be a change in a program fee students will have two weeks from notification of that change, or until the last day of classes, (whichever is shorter) to pay.