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Internationalization of Higher Education (Post Bachelor's) PDFDownload to print

College
College of Education, Health and Human Services
Department
School of Foundations, Leadership and Administration

316 White Hall
Tel: 330-672-2012
E-mail: oss@kent.edu
Web: www.ehhs.kent.edu/fla 

Description

 Internationalization is one of the profound and transformational changes occurring in contemporary colleges and universities. Institution-wide commitment is needed if all students are to achieve leaning outcomes with international and intercultural content. This requires administrative leaders, staff and faculty to have a comprehensive understanding of internationalization, along with well-articulated skills, knowledge and dispositions to improve institutional capacity and to increase student learning. To meet this need, the Higher Education Administration and Student Personnel program offers a professional certificate program in the Internationalization of Higher Education, designed to strengthen students’ skills for working in college and university setting. The 15-credit hour certificate, which includes an internship experience, can be complete as a stand-alone program or as a complement to another degree program.

Internationalization is one of the profound and transformational changes occurring in contemporary colleges and universities. Institution-wide commitment is needed if all students are to achieve leaning outcomes with international and intercultural content. This requires administrative leaders, staff and faculty to have a comprehensive understanding of internationalization, along with well-articulated skills, knowledge and dispositions to improve institutional capacity and to increase student learning. To meet this need, the Higher Education Administration and Student Personnel program offers a professional certificate program in the Internationalization of Higher Education, designed to strengthen students’ skills for working in college and university setting. The 15-credit hour certificate, which includes an internship experience, can be complete as a stand-alone program or as a complement to another degree program.
CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS (15 credits)
Course Title Credits
HIED 6/76492 Internship in Higher Education Administration 3
  6/76670 Internationalization of Higher Education Institutions 3
Electives (select 3 courses from the following): 9
  6/76671 Administration of Multiculturalism and Diversity in Higher Education (3)  
  6/76672 International Students and American Colleges (3)  
  6/76673 Research in Administration of International Higher Education (3)  
  6/76674 Comparative Higher Education (3)  
  6/76675 Design and Delivery of Education Abroad Programs (3)  
  6/76676 Intercultural Communication for International Educators (3)  
  Additional elective as approved by certification advisor (3)  
TOTAL 15

 

Gainful Employment Disclosure
CIP code:
13.0701
CIP title:
International and Comparative Education
AY 11 completers:
12
AY 11 on-time completers:
5
AY 11 on-time completion rate:
42%
Median Stafford loans: not applicable; contact the Office of Student Financial Aid for more information
Median other loans: not applicable; contact the Office of Student Financial Aid for more information
Award title: not applicable; contact the Office of Student Financial Aid for more information
Total cost per credit hours: $452
Total costs for credit hours: $6,780
Book and supplies cost per credit hours: $134
Total books and supplies costs: $1,380
Term: Fall 2012 and Spring 2013
Length: 30 Weeks
Fees per term: Varies
Room and board per term: $4,480
Other supply or miscellaneous costs:
N/A
SOC code:
11-9033.00
SOC title:
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
ONET link:
http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/11-9033.00
Respondent placement rate:
100%