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Dreeben School of Education

International Education and Entrepreneurship

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This program enables students to develop enterprises of a cultural, educational, humanitarian, or business nature that show a full understanding of the host culture and its relation in theory and practice with Western culture.

The Ph.D. in the Dreeben School of Education with a International Education and Entrepreneurship (IE&E) concentration enables students to develop enterprises of a cultural, educational, humanitarian, or business nature that show a full understanding of the host culture and its relation in theory and practice with Western culture. It allows theoretical study with a practical impulse that involves an awareness of business and educational systems and their development in existing, new, and emerging arenas.

The foundation courses combine comparative study of the educational and cultural systems of the world with experiential learning in entrepreneurship. The grasp of a nation's outlook revealed by its education provides the key to understanding its intellectual and managerial endeavors. The practical skill of entrepreneurship suggests new ways of applying existing resources and encourages the development of new ideas in all fields.

Coordinator: Dr. Norman St. Clair, stclair@uiwtx.edu 210.829.3138

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