Learn how to use technology to create new programs and reshape existing programs in international education. You will develop a plan that meets students’ global learning needs and increases their resilience to environmental risks.
Discover how to identify current technology, learning and organizational resources on campus to develop connected approaches, including virtual exchange and shared network strategies. You will then integrate these skills into your own virtually connected internationalization strategies.
This professional development microcredential has a not-for-credit option for $399. SUNY employees receive a 15% discount on not-for-credit International Education Management and Leadership microcredentials.
It could also be taken for one credit towards the MA International Education Management and Leadership and other School of Education graduate degree programs as approved by the department.