M.S.Ed in International and Comparative Education – Higher Education Track

Many of the courses in this specialization provide students with the opportunity to inquire into the relationship of education to the economic, social, political, and cultural developments that shape national and regional systems of schooling. The higher education track provides coursework relevant to higher education in the international context.

In addition, students may receive credit for relevant international travel and study as well as research and practicum experiences within the state and nation through a series of activities and projects with United States educational organizations and foreign governments. The degree requires 36 hours of coursework.