Students will achieve the student learning outcomes through two major approaches. One approach is an infusion of internationalized courses throughout the curriculum in the core curriculum, majors and upper level electives. The second approach is an elective Global Studies Certification in international competence. The Certification requires substantially more work, with substantive international content and depth, which includes curricula offerings, study abroad and foreign language proficiency.

Courses to be revised or developed as international courses in spring 2017 and their faculty follow:

CoursesFaculty
ANTH  1102 (Introduction to Anthropology)Dr. Gregory Gullette
ANTH 3010 (Cultural Anthropology)Dr. Gregory Gullette
ARTS 3540 (Art of Mexico) new courseDr. Janet Stephens
BIOL 4700 (Interdisciplinary Applications of Biology)Dr. Rebekah Ward
BIOL 4700 (Interdisciplinary Applications of Biology, with study abroad component)Dr. Mark Schlueter
ENGL 3505 (The Novel)Dr. Josh Beall
EXSC 3400 (Nutrition in Health and Disease) new courseDr. Gabrielle Fundaro
EXSC 4000-level (Global Health)Dr. Karla Caillouet
FILM 1005 (Introduction to Film)Dr. Chanju Lee
HIST 1111 (Survey of World History I)Dr. Rhiannon Evangelista
HIST 1122 (Western Civilization II)Dr. Patrick Ludolph
HIST 3000-level (America West)Dr. Luke Ryan
ITEC 3350 (Digital Commerce)Dr. Kamal Kakish
MATH 2000 (Statistics, with study abroad component)Dr. Boyko Gyurov
MATH 2100 (Calculus 1, with study abroad component)Dr. Boyko Gyurov
NURS 3021 (Wellness & Illness II)Ms. Lisa Boisseau

Additional courses are being revised or developed to become internationalized courses each year. They are selected based upon an analysis of how the academic curriculum serves the five student learning outcomes. This curriculum analysis determines where in the curriculum additional internationalized courses are most needed. The QEP Steering Committee annually sets priorities for course development or revision and conveys those priorities to the School deans. The deans, in consultation with School QEP committees, identify specific courses that might be developed or revised to meet those priorities and select faculty to create course proposals. Next, the deans, in consultation with the QEP director, approve proposals for specific courses to be developed or revised.