Students must be accepted to the College of Education and have successfully passed EDCI 32500. Graduate students from other departments will be considered. Non-Education majors will be considered on an individual basis.
Students may apply to the program by providing the following materials to the program leader Chrystal S. Johnson: (1) a statement from his/her advisor attesting to good academic standing, a lack of disciplinary or dispositional write-ups, acceptance to the College of Education, (2) a brief statement of no more than one page explaining his/her interest in the Germany program, and (3) scheduling an interview Program acceptance is dependent on a favorable report from the student advisor, an acceptable written statement, and positive interview.
In the past, the program has cost about $5200 which covers all travel, meals, books, lodging, and tuition.
Most students choose to earn nine credit hours; however, students may choose to take fewer credits. This would need to be arranged with the coordinators. Undergraduates who complete this program will earn a total of nine credit hours, completing three of the following four courses:
Graduate student participants will earn 3-9 credit hours of EDCI 59000 or 59100.
For further information about Germany Program, contact the program leader:
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