A multidisciplinary learning community of faculty and students committed to providing international education throughout the campus. Students who complete the requirements are eligible to receive, upon graduation, an International Education Certificate.

Earn an International Education Certificate when you graduate by:

  1. Taking five (5) International Education courses (see list)
  2. Participate in eight (8) “Passport” events (see Events calendar)
  3. Participate in a global experience (volunteer, conference, study abroad) as a substitute for one course and one event
  4. Capstone presentation – 10-15 minute presentation at the end of your program
  5. Maintain an overall GPA of 2.5 or higher

Global Scholars Courses

  • — Western Civilization 1 & 2 (HIST 1121/1122)
  • — Humanities 1 & 2 (HUMN 2001/2002)
  • — International Film (HUMN 2700)
  • — US and the World Since 1970 (PRSP 1020)
  • — Perspectives on Global Issues (PRSP 1020)
  • — Perspectives on Mythology (PRSP (1010)
  • — Beginning French 1 &2 (FREN 1001/1002)
  • — Intermediate French 1 & 2 (FREN 2001/2002)
  • — Spanish 1 (SPAN 1001)
  • — World Literature II (ENGL 2112)
  • —  US History 1 &2 (HIST 2111/2112)
  • —  Perspective on Mystery Fiction (PRSP 1010)
  • —  Music Appreciation (MUSC 1100)
  • —  Medical Office Procedures  (BSUN 2340)

See your adviser today to register!

Click here for the Global Scholars Application.

For more on the program, contact International Education Coordinator, Dr. Dave Nelson: david.nelson@bainbridge.edu

 
 

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