the city of dublin at night

This program is currently suspended until international student travel is approved by the SBCCD.

Students have the opportunity to study ANTHRO 102 Cultural Anthropology (3 units) in Dublin and Galway, Ireland. Exploring urban life, cultural landscapes, and Irish heritage, students will feel anthropology come alive. This class transfers to CSU and UC.

This is a 5-week class held in Summer Session 1 beginning with face-to-face classes on the SBVC campus. The first three weeks of this class will be held on the SBVC campus. Then students and faculty will travel together to Ireland for the last two weeks of class. First, you will study in Dublin, city of saints and scholars. Then you will move to Galway, the "cultural heart" of Ireland. Classes will be held in the mornings and, in the afternoons, students will have out-of-class learning experiences that allow them to apply, evaluate, and reconsider classroom learning. Out-of-class learning experiences include visits to the Cliffs of Moher, Kilmainham Gaol, and the Irish Emigration Museum as well as classes in Irish language and dance.

Total program cost not including SBVC tuition: $3600 estimate

Included in the program cost: health insurance, dorm placement at Trinity College in Dublin and National University of Ireland in Galway, welcome dinner, farewell dinner, Dublin bus pass, and entrance fees to the sites and experiences mentioned above

Requirements: 18 yrs old, 2.5+ GPA, completion of 12 transfer-level college classes

For more information about the program or course, contact Dr. Melissa King at

To register and inquire about payment, contact Patty Jones in the SBVC Counseling Department at or (909) 384 8975.