Program at a Glance
- Graduate Certificate
- College of Community Innovation and Education
- Learning Sci & Educ Research
The Graduate Certificate in Global, International and Comparative Education prepares teachers for PK-12 classrooms and other professionals who wish to work in international and cross-cultural settings, NGOs, bilateral and multilateral organizations, and/or state and federal government departments.
The certificate is comprised of five graduate courses addressing the theoretical, methodological, critical and practical issues associated with global education, through both macro and micro cultural perspectives.
Students in the Graduate Certificate in Global, International and Comparative Education program must complete five courses (15 credit hours total), four required courses and one elective. Courses may be taken out of sequence.
Total Credit Hours Required: 15 Credit Hours Minimum beyond the Bachelor's Degree
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- Curriculum and Assessment Director
- Curriculum and Instruction Director
- Instructional Materials Director
- Literacy Education Professor
- Mathematics Education Professor
- Science Education Professor
- Secondary Education Professor
- Special Education Curriculum Specialist
- Special Education Professor