Transnational Curriculum Development

With the new digital means of delivery it is important to balance the old and the new. The ‘classical’ education and a core curriculum allow the intellectual bearings of the individual as she or she grows in a world that is used to continuing education. But what is a core curriculum?

The culture debates of the eighties and nineties often through whole cannons of history, philosophy, and literature out the door and replaced it with the ‘flavor of the year’.

What was important for these debates is the recognition that we must establish a and literature out the door and replaced it with the ‘flavor of the year’. What was important for these debates is the recognition that we must establish a ‘transnational curriculum’ that is ‘inclusive’ as well as meaningful in a new global society.

Core fields of study in the humanities that are not from a European lineage, the greater value placed on women thinkers and authors, and the inclusion of ‘visual culture studies’ should not exclude the great traditions in Europe, Asia, and Africa in terms of history lived and studied. We will help you develop a ‘transnational curriculum’, which preserves these debates on structuring a dynamic society. This transnational curriculum is placed within the online structures, and fits well with a study abroad program.

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