Global, International, and Comparative Education
Department: School of Teaching, Learning, and Leadership
Given the receding physical and cultural barriers through globalization, there is now a growing need for professionals with a keen understanding of the political, social, and economic phenomena that impact teaching, learning and instructional leadership in the global arena, and especially within developing nations.
The Graduate Certificate in Global, International, and Comparative Education provides PreK-12 teachers with global perspectives to enrich their curriculum as well as preparing individuals who intend to work in international and cross-cultural settings.
This program is particularly useful for graduate students interested in working within international organizations such as the World Bank and UNESCO, the US Department of State, NGOs such as Save the Children, and international schools.