Study Abroad

Animal Behavior in South Africa – 2015

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Course Title: Animal Behavior in South Africa
Course Number: PSY 3880
Credit Hours: 4
Term Offered: May 2015 – Tuition & Fees: $2,680
Prerequisite: PSY 2000: Introduction to Psychology
Travel Dates: May 13 – 29, 2015
Estimated Cost: $7,399 – $7,599 (10-12 students, 12 students maximum)

Faculty Leaders: Dr. Joanne Altman; second faculty member TBD

Journey to Hoedspruit for nine nights at the Mohlabetsi Safari Lodge situated in the vast 77,000 acre Balule Game Reserve. Live in the African Bush and enjoy morning and evening game drives in an open Land Rover accompanied by an experienced ranger and nighttime searches for nocturnal creatures with the aid of a powerful spotlight. See some of the earth’s most exotic wildlife — elephants, leopards, giraffes, lions and hyenas — on this adventure through South Africa.

Program Highlights:

  • 2 nights in Capetown
  • Capetown city tour and visit to a Penguin colony
  • Observation of meerkats
  • Eight days of “Safari School” at the Balule Game Reserve
  • Visit to Elephant Whispers

Interest Meetings: Join us for the next interest meeting on Monday, September 29 at 4:00 p.m. in Qubein School of Communication 206.


The Office of Study Abroad is located in the Slane Student Center in office 324.
Phone: (336) 841-9280

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