Study in Harlaxton, England
Marian University students will have an opportunity to study in Grantham, England at Harlaxton College each year. Harlaxton College is the self-contained study abroad campus of the University of Evansville. The grounds include a 100-room Victorian manor house built in the 1830’s which features a Great Hall, a Conservatory, and many other beautiful architectural features.
Select the Course That Fits Your Degree
BUS 329 The Modern British Service Economy is an innovative course dealing with the British business community and strategic business concepts. This multidisciplinary course will compare and contrast the service economy as it exists in England with that of the United States, as well as issues in history, political science, language, culture, and religion. Students will participate in site visits in England, some with a strong cultural or historical context, to aid in the development of their understanding of the service sectors in Britain.
HUM/HIS/SOC 380 British History and Culture is a multidisciplinary course in which students will have the opportunity to explore the mysteries of the past, as they intertwine with the 21st century. An important aspect of this course is an attempt to answer the question: “What does it mean to be British?” Questions of national and cultural identity permeate British society. This course juxtaposes old and new as well as tradition and change in the context of ever-changing life in Britain. The course will enable students to understand the present as a product of the past, and understand the past, as it is mediated through the present.
NUR/PBH/SWK 380 Caring, Healing, and Self Discovery through the Arts and Nursing is a course which is restricted to students who have successfully completed a clinical nursing course or who are majors or minors in Public Health or Social Work. The course will be taught as a pilgrimage in a broad, spiritual sense. An opportunity to study the concepts and principles of art and science essential to caring, healing and self-discover, students will explore historical and cultural contexts for healing including works of art, healthcare settings, healing gardens, and sacred places.
For questions and additional information, please contact Dr. Mirola, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.