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Leading a Program Away

 

One of the most challenging, and quite often most rewarding, pursuits of an educator's career is leading a group of students on a study abroad experience. CPE: International encourages  faculty members from all academic departments to consider developing a study abroad course. Please contact CPE: International for a copy of the EC International and Off-Campus Programs Administrative Policies Handbook, which contains additional information regarding how to develop and lead a program abroad. The Director of International Education would be happy to assist faculty members who would like to propose a new course.

 

Suggested Timeline for Proposing a Course Abroad

  1. Before proposing a course, the faculty member acquires expertise in the places students will be visiting
  2. In March, at least twenty-one months prior to the course being offered, the faculty member submits Intent to Offer form to the Director of International Education
  3. September 15, at least fifteen months prior to the course being offered, the faculty member submits the International Education Course Proposal to the Director of International Education and Off-Campus Programs and to the Alternative Delivery Committee for approval