June 15, 2014
June 15, 2014
June 18, 2014
24.883.1 - 24.883.11
Managing a Required International Experience for all Undergraduate Engineering Students at a 4‐Year Public University The [College Name] at [Institution Name] implemented a required international requirement for all undergraduate students entering in the Fall 2013 and after. The international experience requirement may be satisfied by any of the following:  receiving course credit (minimum 3 hours) during a study abroad experience (faculty directed programs, traditional reciprocal exchange agreements, or third party programs);  participating in an international co‐op or internship experience;  participating in international service activities (such as but not limited to Engineers Without Borders); or  other activities such as international ROTC experience, international experience at a junior or community college. This paper will summarize the strategies employed to build and manage the international experience requirement and as well as highlight the resources required for implementation.
Morse, A. N. (2014, June), Managing a Required International Experience for all Undergraduate Engineering Students at a 4-Year Public University Paper presented at 2014 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Indianapolis, Indiana. 10.18260/1-2--22816
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