Graduate Certificate in Incorporating International Perspectives in Education

The 12-credit incorporating international perspectives in education certificate is designed for individuals with either a bachelor's or master's degree who are interested in introducing global perspectives into curriculum, pedagogy, and school policy and practice. The curriculum of two required and two elective courses allows students to pursue individual interests while providing a foundation in internationalization as it relates to school systems and the development of curriculum in K-12 settings.

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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits, including 6 credits in required courses and 6 credits in elective courses.

Required
CPED 6305Foundations of Curriculum Theory
EDUC 6615Internationalizing U.S. Schools
Elective
6 credits from the following:
CPED 6225Introduction to International Curricula
CPED 6557Second Language Acquisition
CPED 6608Development and Diversity
CPED 6627Teaching Second Language Reading and Writing
EDUC 6602Regional Studies in International Education (Comparative Solutions to Common Educational Problems)
EDUC 6602Regional Studies in International Education (Education and Modernization in Asia)
EDUC 6602Regional Studies in International Education (Education and Transition in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union)
EDUC 6602Regional Studies in International Education (Education and Equality in Latin America and the Caribbean)
EDUC 6602Regional Studies in International Education (Education and Tradition in Islamic Societies)
EDUC 6602Regional Studies in International Education (Education and Diversity in Europe and the EU)
EDUC 6640Selected Topics in International Education (Citizen, Culture, Language and Nation-building in the Global Era)