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Internationalizing the Curriculum
At Park University, internationalization of the curriculum means not only adding more internationally-themes courses and programs, but also infusing international principles and themes into every course the university offers.
The main goal of the Internalization of Curriculum program is to continue Park University's commitment to internationalization of the curriculum and faculty development activities. This includes offering more internationally-themed majors and minors, integrating international courses into graduation requirements, sponsoring international faculty exchanges, and supporting the English as an International Language (EIL) program.
Statement: The Park University International Graduate
Park University graduates will display a knowledge of global interconnectedness, world events, cultures, and ideas. They will possess an open, empathetic, and sensitive attitude toward different nations, peoples, cultures, and ways of thinking. Park University graduates will learn about and effectively communicate with those of different cultural identities and experiences. They will work to serve the global community.
Park University International Learning Outcomes
Park University strongly recommends that all students achieve an intermediate level (ACTFL guidelines: Level B1) in a language other than their native language. Park University strongly recommends that all students participate in at least one international co-curricular program, including, but not limited to, study abroad, Model United Nations, Global Future, internships, International Service Learning, etc.