Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

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IEMG 8662

Onsite Perspectives: U.S.

This course is an introduction to the onsite management of U.S. international education programs. A key component of the course will be visits to local and regional international education organizations in the Monterey and San Francisco Bay areas. Participants will explore and evaluate a variety of K-12 and higher education programs through discussions, visits and observations. MIIS students will engage with practitioners in the field to better understand the management of international education programs. Students will study, explore and apply their knowledge related to a range of international education roles and services, such as advising, student affairs, recruitment, budgeting, program design and assessment, and more. This course provides students with opportunities to complete team projects related to the management of international education programs. Students may enroll for one or two credits, with additional project work and class responsibilities for those students completing two credits. Course fee: Students will be asked to carpool to the site visits and will be expected to contribute gas money. Course hours will be defined once site visits are confirmed.
International Education Mgmt
International Education Mgmt
Intl Policy & Management
Requirements Fulfilled:


Spring 2020 - MIIS, MIIS Winter/J Term only

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