Multicultural competence and internaitonal education in student affairs graduate preparation programs
Leadership and Learning
College of Education
Cultural competency is a critical skill for student affairs professionals which must be woven throughout all professional competencies as identified by the CAS standards (CAS, 2006; Pope, Reynolds, & Mueller, 2004). It is also a skill which must be addressed through a masters level program in the curriculum. This session will share one institutions experience with offering a study abroad/cultural immersion experience for Masters level students over a period of 15 years in three sites: Mexico, Jamaica, and most recently in Atlanta Georgia in a program focused on minority serving institutions. The session will provide participants with an overview of the three projects, a discussion of the impact of these experiences on students, and a dialogue with session participants on creative solutions to addressing this important competency.
National Association of Student Personnel Adminstrators National Conference
New Orleans LA
Cooper, Jay and Mitchell, D., "Multicultural competence and internaitonal education in student affairs graduate preparation programs" (2015). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 636.
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