Master of Arts in Education and Human Development in the Field of International Education
The master of arts in education and human development in the field of international education degree program is designed for individuals who are entering or advancing in positions associated with training, education, adult learning, and development activities in diverse settings that require international understanding. Students acquire knowledge of other countries and cultures, using the education system as a means of interpreting and translating knowledge across cultures, and analysis of the formal and non-formal school systems as they reflect history, culture, development, values, contemporary concerns, and future trends. In addition, students acquire tools, methods, and habits of analysis that enable them to play a variety of roles as leaders and change agents.
Students in this program also can enroll in and receive for a graduate certificate in either Incorporating International Perspectives in Education or Teaching English Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Certain credits are applied toward both the master's degree and the certificate.
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Required: 30 credits, including 18 credits in required courses, 9 credits in courses in a specialization, and 3 credits in elective courses.
|EDUC 6112||Foundations of Assessment, Testing, and Measurement in Education|
|or EDUC 6114||Introduction to Quantitative Research|
|EDUC 6116||Introduction to Educational Statistics|
|And five of the following:|
|EDUC 6601||International and Comparative Education|
|EDUC 6602||Regional Studies in International Education|
|EDUC 6610||Programs and Policies in International Education|
|EDUC 6620||Strategies and Analysis in International Education|
|EDUC 6630||International Experiences|
|EDUC 6631||Internship: International Education|
|EDUC 6640||Selected Topics in International Education|
|EDUC 6660||Capstone in International Education|
Education and Development Study Stream
|EDUC 6610||Programs and Policies in International Education (Policy Issues in International Education: Developing Countries)|
|EDUC 6620||Strategies and Analysis in International Education (Planning Education Reform in Developing Countries)|
Global Education Study Stream
|EDUC 6610||Programs and Policies in International Education (Migration and Mobility: Exploring Citizenship and Education in the Global Era)|
|EDUC 6615||Internationalizing U.S. Schools|
International Higher Education Stream
|EDUC 6610||Programs and Policies in International Education (International Higher Education)|
|EDUC 6620||Strategies and Analysis in International Education (Managing Study Abroad and International Student Offices)|
|9 credits in a professional, academic, or regional specialization selected in consultation with the program advisor.|
|3 credits of approved electives selected in consultation with the program advisor.|
Up to 6 additional credits of internship may be required for students who do not have international education related experience.