Comparative and International Education
The Ph.D. degree program in Comparative and International Education (CIE) prepares students for research, scholarly inquiry, and advanced professional careers in the field of comparative and international education.
The Ph.D. degree program in Comparative and International Education (Ph.D. CIE) prepares students for research, scholarly inquiry, and advanced professional careers in the field of comparative and international education. A hallmark of this program is the bridge between educational theory, research, and practice. The Ph.D. degree will build on and combine the strengths of the M.Ed.
The M.A. in Comparative and International Education (CIE) guides students in the examination of educational policy and theory on an international level, taking into consideration the impact of global economic, political, sociological, and historical factors on educational systems.
Individuals who work within the educational environments around the world are increasingly being called upon to assume roles of leadership that influence the lives of the children they teach. This degree is designed with a required core of six courses centered on organizational change and leadership within the international school community.
The M.Ed. in Globalization and Educational Change is designed to prepare graduates to work in schools and with educational systems – both in the U.S. and internationally.
The International Development in Education (IDE) Graduate Certificate, offered through the Comparative and International Education program, provides a foundation in both the theoretical concepts of and practical skills required for careers in education for international development.
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