Our increasingly interconnected world creates movements of ideas and people that profoundly affect the work of educators and counselors. School of Education (SOE) students are provided the opportunity to develop the global literacy necessary to understand and address diverse cultural backgrounds and perspectives.

Study Away

Study away courses consists of a wide range of comprehensive experiences for our students. For example, the curricula of all our programs heavily emphasize multiculturalism.

Study Away Courses

Study Away courses explore, examine, and understand current issues related to culture and globalization utilizing socially-situated theoretical perspectives in framing approaches to curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Study major developments and implications associated with globalization and culture that are shaping education.

Exposure to international themes in the study of culture, globalization, and education. The course will culminate in a reflective, personal journal-type conceptual paper or in a comprehensive research paper that covers international themes related to culture, globalization, and educational justice.

Study away courses may be applied to elective credit upon approval. Please contact your advisor for more information. 

Upcoming Study Away Trips:

Salzburg, Austria

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June 10-18, 2020

Join us for the School of Education’s inaugural trip to the University of Redlands' Salzburg campus! We will be examining Austria’s rich history and its implications for people today. Excursions will include various sights in and near Salzburg as well as an optional excursion to Vienna, Austria, where we will explore the history of Western psychology.

  • Eligibility and Intended Participants: enrollment in approved SOE program-see additional info below.
 Department approval is required for students not required to take CMHC 621. 
  • Space is limited to 20 participants
  • Approximate Cost: $2,000
  • Informational meetings for those not enrolled in CMHC 621 will be held throughout the Spring 2020 term.

Timeline

  • March 20, 2020 extended March 31, 2020: $500 deposit due along with proof of valid passport
  • March 23-April 26, 2020: Course registration period
  • May 1, 2020: Full payment due
  • June 10-18, 2020: Study Away trip

Study Away in Salzburg INTEREST FORM

All inquiries to Tamara_Tribitt@redlands.edu

Eligible Programs:

  • Department of Counseling and Human Services: School Counseling programs*, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Human Services
  • Department of Teaching and Learning: Students in the Curriculum & Instruction program should speak to their advisor
  • Department of Leadership and Higher Education: Students in Higher Education and EdD programs should speak to their advisor to determine eligibility. 

*Study away course does not fulfill required coursework.

 Participating students will be required to clear absences from other Summer 2020 classes.

Course Information:

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Registration during Spring 2020 term

This course examines counseling and other mental health treatments across the globe, focusing particularly on the roles played by both culture and national policies. Through a field component of the course, students will gain direct experience with counseling practices of at least one culture. 
Prerequisite: CMHC 610 or permission of instructor.

Masters

EDUC 621

Exposure to international themes in the study of culture, globalization, and education. The course will culminate in a reflective, personal journal-type conceptual paper or in a comprehensive research paper that covers international themes related to culture, globalization, and educational justice. 

Prerequisite: Department approval. Contact your academic advisor for more information. 

Doctoral

Exposure to international themes in the study of culture, globalization, and education. The course will culminate in a reflective, personal journal-type conceptual paper or in a comprehensive research paper that covers international themes related to culture, globalization, and educational justice.

Prerequisite: Faculty advisor approval. Contact your academic advisor for more information.