Perspectives About the American Higher Education System
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Graduate Certificate in Perspectives About the American Higher Education System
This program is a contract program which provides a graduate-level experience for international students to have intensive experience in the American Higher Education arena.
Gilbert Brown, Program Coordinator
Hill Hall, Room 207; Phone (417) 836-6769
The Graduate Certificate in Perspectives about the American Higher Education System is a contract program, which provides a 9-hour graduate-level experience for international students to have intensive experience in the American Higher Education arena. This certificate would fill a special niche for international students who, predominately, already possess a doctorate in their own country in areas of science, math, and languages. The students have requested intense experiences in American colleges and universities, including public and private institutions.
Note: This certificate program is not eligible for Federal Financial Aid.
To be considered for the program, a student must formally apply to the University for admission to the certificate program. Admission is typically granted to cohorts of students.
Required courses (9 hours)
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|SAE 755||Reflections about American Higher Education System||3 hrs|
|SAE 748||Special Projects: Practicum 1: Perspectives about American Higher Education||3 hrs|
|SAE 748||Special Projects: Practicum 2: Perspectives about American Higher Education||3 hrs|