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Taiwan’s capital, Taipei, is an international city with superb restaurants, modern hotels, ancient temples, churches, and an active nightlife. Taipei is also internationally known for its traditional Taiwanese and neo-Chinese cuisine. The National Palace Museum, located at the northwest edge of the city, contains the greatest collection of Chinese art in the world. Nestled in a basin surrounded by the well-hiked Yangming Mountains, greater Taipei is a bustling, high-tech city with some six million residents.
Study Abroad in Taiwan is open to undergraduates enrolled at Oregon State University with a priority given to majors in the Department of Human Development and Family Sciences. Applicants must be 18 years of age and in good standing with the university academically, financially, and behaviorally.
The ten week study abroad program in Taipei, Taiwan, is a unique opportunity for six to ten Oregon State University students to study and live with students of Fu Jen University. This experience includes group travel within the country and the potential to study the Chinese language.
Students will complete sixteen credits of required HDFS curriculum on the Fu Jen University Campus in Taipei, including the following:
HDFS 465: Orientation to Study Abroad (4)
HDFS 431: Family, School and Community Collaboration (4)
HDFS 447: Families and Poverty (4)
HDFS 465 Cultural Aspects of Families (4)
There is opportunity to modify the program of study if a course has been previously completed. All instruction and activities will be conducted in English and taught by OSU HDFS and Fu Jen University instructors. Fu Jen University students studying family, child development and human services will participate in selected courses. The program is designed so that, with advising, students can participate in the HDFS study abroad program and complete their HDFS program of study on time.
Applications for the Fall term 2014 program are due by April 30, 2014.
Visit the PHHS website for more details.
Contact Leslie Richards for more details.