Graduate Certificate in Incorporating International Perspectives in Education

Overview

Offered jointly by the International Education Program and the Curriculum and Pedagogy Program, this certificate strengthens student understanding of internationalization as it relates to school systems and the development of curriculum in K-12 settings and how to incorporate global perspectives into curriculum, pedagogy, and school policy and practice.

Curriculum

Core Courses

EDUC 6615 Internationalizing US Schools
CPED 6305 Foundations of Curriculum Development: K-12

In consultation with his/her advisor, the student will select an additional two courses (6 credit hours) from the following areas of focus:

Systems, Curricula, and Instruction

CPED 6225 Introduction to International Curricula
EDUC 6602 Comparative Solutions to Common Educational Problems

Language and Culture

CPED 6557 Second Language Acquisition
CPED 6627 Teaching Second Language Reading and Writing
EDUC 6640 Citizenship, Culture, Language and Nation-building in the Global Era
CPED 6608 Development and Diversity

Regional Content Courses

EDUC 6602 Education and Modernization in Asia
EDUC 6602 Education and Transition in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union
EDUC 6602 Education and Equality in Latin America and the Caribbean
EDUC 6602 Education and Tradition in Islamic Societies
EDUC 6602 Education and Diversity in Europe and the EU

Faculty
Assistant Professor
Associate Professor
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