Global Learning in the Undergraduate Curriculum

Preparing Students to Live and Work in an Interconnected World

Topics: Globalization, Academic Affairs

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Executive Summary

As more institutions elevate "global citizenship" to a top institutional value, the limitations of traditional measures of international competence are becoming more apparent. Instead of focusing exclusively on study abroad and foreign language requirements, progressive institutions are seeking to provide meaningful global learning opportunities to all undergraduates through transformational curriculum redesign.

This study identifies the most promising practices for systematically embedding global learning in the undergraduate curriculum.

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