2019-2020 Graduate Academic Catalog

GINTC 6105 Student Learning and Development Through International Higher Education

This interdisciplinary course draws on contemporary models and evidence of student learning and development to highlight how student change can be facilitated through international experiences. The topics include, change in student attitudes, values and beliefs, cognitive skills, morality and psychosocial identity, and practices and processes in international experiences that facilitate or hinder student development. Students will learn how apply theory to inform the design of international education experiences.

Credits

3

Offered

Usually offered fall and spring semesters.