International Education Management Courses by Semester

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IEMG8500A-F14

CRN: 90354

Principles & Practices Intl Ed

This foundational course will introduce students to the breadth of the international education field. Course content will emphasize fundamental principles of international education through a focus on seminal literature in the field. Additionally, the course will emphasize exploration of career specializations through interactions with practitioners and individual course assignments.

IEMG8500B-F14

CRN: 90694

Principles & Practices Intl Ed

This foundational course will introduce students to the breadth of the international education field. Course content will emphasize fundamental principles of international education through a focus on seminal literature in the field. Additionally, the course will emphasize exploration of career specializations through interactions with practitioners and individual course assignments.

IEMG8520A-F14

CRN: 90353

Intl Educ Marketing/Recruiting

Focusing on revenue generation, this course examines strategies for marketing, recruitment, and enrollment management in the study abroad, ESL/language school, and international student services sectors. Topics include the principles of marketing, defining your market segment, competitor analysis, developing marketing plans and budgets, social media and localization of marketing campaigns, data analysis, accreditation and rankings, alumni role in recruitment, internal and external collaborations, working with U.S. and international governments, and ethical dilemmas in recruitment.

IEMG8520B-F14

CRN: 90695

Intl Educ Marketing/Recruiting

Focusing on revenue generation, this course examines strategies for marketing, recruitment, and enrollment management in the study abroad, ESL/language school, and international student services sectors. Topics include the principles of marketing, defining your market segment, competitor analysis, developing marketing plans and budgets, social media and localization of marketing campaigns, data analysis, accreditation and rankings, alumni role in recruitment, internal and external collaborations, working with U.S. and international governments, and ethical dilemmas in recruitment.

IEMG8522A-F14

CRN: 90748

WrkW/IntlIndigenousCommunities

Many international programs, including education programs, include a component of working with or near Indigenous communities. This course will introduce students to Indigenous worldviews from a comparative perspective. Students will develop an awareness of Indigenous ways of knowing, and some of the political, theoretical, and social contexts involved when working with Indigenous peoples. Course will also include an overview of some Indigenous practices and ceremonies, and provide opportunities to gain practical experience. Students will gain familiarity with how to work in and with Indigenous communities.

IEMG8530A-F14

CRN: 90580

Comparative Intl Education

This course offers an introduction to the breadth of educational systems and structures around the world, and the cultural, historical, philosophical, and economic forces that shape these systems. Additional topics to be studied include the effects of globalization on education systems; the role of international organizations and NGOs in the provision of formal and non-formal education; and issues of diversity, access, and inclusion as they manifest internationally.

IEMG8540A-F14

CRN: 90750

Staff Managmnt in Intl Context

This course provides an overview of the operational and strategic considerations and issues of staff management in an international organization. The course is oriented from the practitioner’s perspective with relevant case studies. Students will examine the complexities of staff management in international and multinational contexts. The course has a practical focus and will include discussion of job description development, advertisement, selection processes, salary setting and negotiation, coaching, discipline, labor laws and workers’ rights, and managing remote teams.

IEMG8550A-F14

CRN: 90397

Budgeting In Educational Orgs

An introduction to the theory and practice of budgeting and financial management with a focus on educational organizations. The course introduces the student to a broad array of budget issues relevant to successful management of educational organizations. The course will examine the role of the budget manager, primary budget elements, phases of the budget cycle, and interpersonal skills necessary for effective financial management. The course will be conducted using lecture and case study methods requiring active student participation.

IEMG8550B-F14

CRN: 90696

Budgeting In Educational Orgs

An introduction to the theory and practice of budgeting and financial management with a focus on educational organizations. The course introduces the student to a broad array of budget issues relevant to successful management of educational organizations. The course will examine the role of the budget manager, primary budget elements, phases of the budget cycle, and interpersonal skills necessary for effective financial management. The course will be conducted using lecture and case study methods requiring active student participation.

IEMG8562A-F14

Cross-Listed As:
ICCO9562A-F14

CRN: 90599

Biculturalism&Multiculturalism

This course will focus on the experiences of people who identify as Bicultural or Multicultural. Through reading first-person accounts, engaging with experiential activities, and studying theories of identity development, the dynamics of biculturalism and multiculturalism will be explored. The course will conclude with recommendations for supporting individuals with bicultural and multicultural identities.

IEMG8598A-F14

CRN: 90358

Intl Education Directed Study

Students will have the opportunity to engage in a local international education project. The fieldwork project will include an academic research component as well as extensive hands-on work with a local program. This course may be taken up to three times for credit.

IEMG8650A-F14

CRN: 90582

Intl Education Mgmt Practicum

While undertaking an approved professional practicum in the International Education Management field, students will be responsible for rigorous academic performance, equivalent in quantity and quality to the requirements for equivalent on-campus coursework. Students will demonstrate their application of theory to practice through completion of multiple deliverables.

IEMG8650B-F14

CRN: 90697

Intl Education Mgmt Practicum

While undertaking an approved professional practicum in the International Education Management field, students will be responsible for rigorous academic performance, equivalent in quantity and quality to the requirements for equivalent on-campus coursework. Students will demonstrate their application of theory to practice through completion of multiple deliverables.

IEMG9513A-F14

Cross-Listed As:
ICCO8513A-F14 IPSG9513A-F14

CRN: 90737

Intro InterculturalCommunicatn
To register use CRN 90736.

This course introduces the basic concepts and theories of intercultural communication using a fresh and practical approach. Students are encouraged to examine and analyze the driving forces behind both the purposes and means of communication in intercultural settings. They are expected to find the relationships between the actors of communication and the media in which the communication and interaction among the actors take place. They are also required to study and demonstrate the types and functions of various modes of communication. Students will be asked to understand and display basic skills in interpersonal communication and leadership.

IEMG9560A-F14

Cross-Listed As:
ICCO8560A-F14

CRN: 90733

Dvlp Intrcultrl TrainingInOrgs
Use CRN 90734 to register.

IEMG9560B-F14

Cross-Listed As:
ICCO8560B-F14

CRN: 90767

Dvlp Intrcultrl TrainingInOrgs
Use CRN 90766 to register.