Certificate in International Education

A Graduate Certificate in International Education is available from the College of Education & Human Development to eligible students enrolled as non-degree students in the College of Education & Human Development or in graduate programs at Georgia State University. To earn the certificate, students must complete a minimum of 18 credit hours with a collective GPA of 3.0 or higher in those courses. Students must submit a proposed program of study to Gwen Benson, the College of Education & Human Development Associate Dean of School, Community, and International Partnerships, along with syllabi for each proposed course. The specific courses to be included will be reviewed in light of the guidelines below. The program must be approved by the Associate Dean of School, Community, and International Partnerships plus a minimum of two CEHD faculty associated with the International Education certificate. In order to be eligible to earn the certificate, students must: Be enrolled in a non-degree program in the College of Education & Human Development or in a graduate program at Georgia State University If not already enrolled at Georgia State University, applicants should submit an application using the online graduate application and must have at least a 2.5 undergraduate GPA or a master’s degree and submit a goal statement at time of application submission. Submit the proper form to the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research officially indicating an intention to work toward earning the certificate a list of the proposed courses, and accompanying syllabi. Click here to download the application form. Complete the approved program of study coursework with a 3.0 GPA or higher

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Atlanta , United States

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Atlanta

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