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American University Master of Arts in International Training & Education
American University

Master of Arts in International Training & Education

Washington, USA

3 Semesters

English

Full time, Part time

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Sep 2024

USD 1,922 / per credit

On-Campus

Introduction

Since 1982, the American University School of Education's International Training and Education Program (ITEP) has provided an ideal environment for students who want to further their skills and experiences in training program design; intercultural learning and exchange; program management and evaluation; transitional and social justice; internationalization of higher education; and equity in education.

ITEP offers a unique, 30-credit Master of Arts (MA) program that provides students with a strong foundation in theory, principles, and practice in international education and training. Coursework can be completed either fully in person or a combination of online and in person. ITEP students can pursue additional Graduate Certificates, such as ITEP’s Training Design and Facilitation certificate or the School of International Service’s Cross-Cultural Communication certificate.

ITEP also offers a 12-credit in-person, online, or hybrid Training Design and Facilitation (Graduate) Certificate for novice to experienced trainers who are seeking a specialized training credential to further their design and facilitation skills.

ITEP students are tackling some of the following questions:

  • How do we create innovative training programs that respond to local and global issues?
  • What role does education quality play in efforts to promote educational equity and inclusion?
  • What are the cultural, social, and political perspectives underpinning development assistance and intercultural exchange programs?
  • How are controversial histories taught and learned?

If these questions inspire you, the International Training and Education Program (ITEP) could be for you.

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