Intl Programs-Special Topics - INTL

Courses

INTL 1800 ORAL PROFICIENCY IN ENGLISH FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (3) LEC. 3. SU. Departmental approval. International students develop lecture note-taking skills, classroom oral presentation skills on general and specific subjects, and debating skills. None for degree-enrolled students; for transient students.

INTL 1820 CLASSROOM COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR INTERNATIONAL TEACHING ASSISTANTS (3) LEC. 3. SU. Oral language skills required for effective classroom communication.

INTL 1830 WRITING PROFICIENCY IN ENGLISH FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (3) LEC. 3. SU. Skills that international students need to undertake successful research writing in English.

INTL 1840 READING SKILLS FOR ESL (3) LEC. 3. SU. Comprehend extensive university-level readings, identify author's audience, purpose, viewpoint and tone, read 250 words per minute. None for degree-enrolled student; for transient students, one of the following: pBT TOEFL of 500, iBT TOEFL of 61, IELTS of 6.

INTL 1970 SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY (1-2) AAB/LEC. A pre-Freshman summer international experience for select students. Open to all majors. Historical and contemporary sustainability issues are examined. Will also be used for Spring Break programs.

INTL 1977 HONORS SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY (1-2) AAB/LEC. Pr. Honors College. A pre-freshman international experience for select honors students. Open to all majors. Historical and contemporary sustainability issues are examined. Will also be used for spring break programs as needed. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 2 credit hours.

INTL 3930 DIRECTED INTERNATIONAL STUDY (2-6) AAB. Directed study-abroad experiences at the upper-division level to provide students with field learning experiences that build upon the coursework students receive on-campus. Course can be used in an on-campus course with an embedded week abroad or as a course on a multiple week program abroad. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours.

INTL 3937 HONORS DIRECTED INTERNATIONAL STUDY (2-6) AAB. Directed study-abroad experiences at the upper-division level to provide Honors students with field learning experiences that build upon the coursework students receive on-campus. Course can be used in an on-campus course with an embedded week abroad. Students also travel from one to four weeks abroad with a faculty leader learning about regional and global issues. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours.

INTL 4400 INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIP (0-12) INT. SU. Internship abroad or in the US for 0-12 hours, as approved by faculty supervisor per the plan for internship. Can be used for major, minor or certificate as designated in descriptions of these programs. Can be used for internships abroad as well as for international students on CPT/AT that are undertaking an internship in the US. Prerequisites will depend on the faculty supervisor overseeing individual student's internship. Selection of the appropriate course section will designate whether the student is interning abroad or in the US. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 12 credit hours.

INTL 4407 HONORS INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIP (0-12) INT. SU. Internship abroad or in the US for 0-12 hours, as approved by faculty supervisor per the plan for internship. Can be used for major, minor or certificate as designated in descriptions of these programs. Can be used for internships abroad as well as for international students on CPT/AT that are undertaking an internship in the US. Prerequisites will depend on the faculty supervisor overseeing individual student's internship. Selection of the appropriate course section will designate whether the student is interning abroad or in the US. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 12 credit hours.

INTL 6400 INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIP (1-9) INT. SU. Internship abroad for graduate level for 1-9 hours, as approved by faculty supervisor per the plan for internship. The plan will need to specify work required by faculty supervisor, hours of work, credits to be earned upon successful completion of course. Faculty supervisor will be responsible for oversight and grading. This course will assist students where an international internship will aid in their studies and career prospects. Can be used for major, minor or certificate as designated in descriptions of these programs. It will be the responsibility of the supervising faculty to supply accessible syllabus, textbook, videos, and other materials. It is the student's responsibility to their internship with the aid of their faculty supervisor. Prerequisite courses will depend on the faculty supervisor overseeing individual student's internship. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 9 credit hours.

INTL 6670 INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE INTERNSHIP IN THE USA (0-9) INT. SU. Domestic internship for international graduate students and for domestic graduate students wishing to work with international companies in the USA. This course can be utilized by students where no such course exists in their college. International graduate students must meet immigration internship requirements; students must check in with International Students and Scholars Services within the Office of International Programs. Domestic graduate students must get approval from faculty internship supervisor. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 9 credit hours.