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Welcome to the Comparative and International Education Dual-Title Program

The CIED program trains scholars who advance our basic knowledge about schooling and education around the globe. The CIED program is designed to create opportunities for a range of people—administrators and policy makers in social welfare, health education, and development; school leaders; and scholars of education.

Graduate Major Programs that participate with the CIED dual-title degree program

  • Educational Theory and Policy
  • Educational Leadership
  • Higher Education
  • Rehabilitation and Human Services

  • Educational Psychology

  • Special Education

  • Counselor Education

  • School Psychology

  • Curriculum & Supervision
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Language, Culture, and Society
  • Literacies & English Language Arts
  • Mathematics Education
  • Science Education
  • Second Language Education
  • Social Studies Education 
  • Lifelong Learning & Adult Education 
  • Learning, Design, and Technology
  • Workforce Education and Development
  • Agricultural and Extension Education
  • Entomology

Dual-title doctoral degree in Comparative and International Education

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Dual-Title masters degree in Comparative and International Education

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Minor in Comparative and International Education

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CIED Curriculum

CIED 500, CIED Proseminar

  • CIED 503 (HI ED 503, EDTHP 507), Ethnicity, National Identity, and Education

  • CIED 504 (C I), Perspectives in African Education

  • CIED 508 (ADTED 508), Globalization and Lifelong Learning

  • CIED 509 (ADTED 509), Language, Literacy, Identity, and Culture in a Global Context

  • CIED 516 (EDTHP 516), Education and Demographic Processes

  • CIED 524 (EDTHP 524) Comparative Education Research Using Large-Scale Data

  • CIED 534 (EDTHP 534, SOC 534) Childhood and Education in Sociological and International Comparative Perspective

  • CIED 538 (EDLDR 538), East Asian Education, Leadership, and Reform

  • CIED 542 (LL ED 542), Issues in Literacy Education

  • CIED 550 (EDTHP 550), Comparative Education Policy Seminar

  • CIED 552 (ADTED 552) Participatory Action Research

  • CIED 553 ( EDTHP 553, HI ED 553, SOC 553), Educational Mobility in Comparative Perspective

  • CIED 562 (ADTED 562), Politics, Language and Pedagogy: Applying Paulo Freire Today

  • CIED 564 (ADTED 564), Social and Cultural Contexts of Learning and Work

  • CIED 570 (ADTED 570), Comparative and International Adult Education

  • CIED 571 (HI ED 571), Comparative Higher Education

  • CIED 572 (ADTED 572), Policy Studies in Lifelong Learning

  • CIED 587 (E C E 587), Curriculum, Culture, and Child Development

  • CIED 590, Colloquium (1–3 credits)

  • CIED 594, Research Topics (1–18 credits)

  • CIED 596, Individual Studies (1–9 credits)

  • CIED 597, Special Topics (1–9 credits)

  • CIED 401 (IL) (EDTHP 401), Introduction to Comparative and International Education

  • CIED 440 (EDTHP 440), Introduction to Philosophy of Education

  • CIED 444 (WL ED 444), Language, Culture, and the Classroom: Issues for Practitioners

  • CIED 457 (ENTO 457, AGECO 457), Principles of Integrated Pest Management

  • CIED 480 (EDLDR 480), Global Leadership in Education

  • CIED 497, Special Topics (1–9 credits)

  • CIED 541 (EDTHP 541), Contemporary Philosophies of Education

  • CIED 555 (EDPSY 555), Validity of Assessment Results

  • CIED 845 (AYFCE 845) Intergenerational Programs and Practices

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Where Are They Now?

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Thanks to everyone who attended October's Brownbag Event Featuring: Kai Schafft and Annie Maselli discussing their book, Rural Youth at the Crossroads: Transitional Societies in Central Europe and Beyond.

 

Admission Information and Requirements

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