Starting from Fall 2017, FUA will be offering a semester-long certificate in International Education at the graduate level. The program objective is focused on education practices developed for learning contexts and student populations that are both international and cross-cultural, with the aim of building competency for participants who seeking to either continue their graduate studies in the field of education or undertake careers in international education.
Five distinct courses will represent areas of study in the field of education from an international perspective:
- Strategies for Effective Teaching in International Education Experiential Learning
- Advanced English for International Educators (for non-native speakers)
- Research Methodologies For International Educators
- Comparative International Education And Student Diversity
- Innovative Practices And Technology In International Education
15 weeks in the fall and spring semesters, for dates please consult the FUA Academic Calendar.
Courses are open to applicants who have completed a bachelor’s degree. Undergraduate students who fulfill the required prerequisites to attend graduate-level courses may also apply. Please consult the program brochure (see below) for a complete list of prerequisites.
Coursework and Transcripts
- Each course is worth three graduate credits.
- An FUA certificate will be awarded to participants who successfully complete a minimum of 12 credits over the course of a semester.
- A graduate transcript from USF, FUA’s School of Record, is available for each individual course taken at an additional cost.