The Master of Education in International Education is designed to assist classroom teachers, administrators, and educational specialists to meet the needs of diverse student populations in American schools abroad. The program has been designed to allow teachers to complete their degrees within reasonable periods of time while continuing their international work. Qualified applicants who are not currently teaching may enroll on a space-available basis.
Discover and examine one’s own personal philosophy of leadership.
Develop a repertoire of strategies to communicate with individuals who represent different cultural groups.
Provide students with a broad overview of several areas of adolescent development in different cultures.
Broaden the candidate’s knowledge base related to bi/multicultural, bi/multilingual issues; to deal with teaching and social changes that come up in schools that have a linguistically, culturally, and ethnically diverse population.
Provide students with opportunities to make contact with a broad variety of curriculum theory, design, and successful practice.
Identify and interpret significant research and theory that provide a framework for assessing and addressing issues in an international school setting.
Identify and analyze future trends and issues related to the functions and roles of practicing leaders in the international school setting.