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Comparative and International Education

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The Comparative and International Education (CIE) Program offers three degrees:  An M.Ed. in Globalization and Educational Change, a M.A. in Comparative and International Education, and a Ph.D. in Comparative and International Education.  The CIE program also offers a Lehigh graduate certificate program in International Education for Development.

History

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...in various areas of education, journalism, public affairs...History 404 or History 405, and at least...

American Studies

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...and Literary Studies ; EDUC 403 Research ; EDUC 405 Qualitative Research Methods ; EDUC 408 Introduction to...

CIE 405 (WGSS 405) Experiencing the United Nations: Gender and Education in International Development 3 Credits

Building on the Lehigh University/United Nations partnership initiative, this course provides a structured practical experience for students to learn about the dynamics of UN and civil society relationships, focusing on the issues of gender and education in international development. Class activities include trips to the UN to attend NGO briefings and other events. Students develop experiences and skills in international development such as policy blogging, brief writing, and education sector analysis.

EDUC 405 Qualitative Research Methods 3 Credits

Foundations of qualitative design as research methodology for answering questions in education. Topics include history, philosophy, types, methods, applications, and critical reading of qualitative research reports. Emphasis on developing key researcher skills of gaining entrance, collecting, analyzing and interpreting data, establishing credibility, and writing and publishing results.

WGSS 405 (CIE 405) Experiencing the United Nations: Gender and Education in International Development 3 Credits

Building on the Lehigh University/United Nations partnership initiative, this course provides a structured practical experience for students to learn about the dynamics of UN and civil society relationships, focusing on the issues of gender and education in international development. Class activities include trips to the UN to attend NGO briefings and other events. Students develop experiences and skills in international development such as policy blogging, brief writing, and education sector analysis.