Student Interest in International Opportunities
           Chris Moos, Missouri Southern State University, Joplin
           Alex Vernon, Missouri Southern State University, Joplin
Given the increasing rate of globalization and the push to increase international 
education in American colleges and universities, educators have begun to examine 
curriculums, pedagogy and support systems in order to better prepare their 
students for successful careers.  This examination should result in practical 
strategies to encourage students to gain the international sophistication necessary 
to be successful in tomorrow’s business climate. This paper details a study 
designed to identify the factors that affect student’s interest in international 
experiences, courses and careers. 

		Academic Exchange Quarterly  Summer 2009: Volume 13, Issue 2  
		FULL TEXT of this article available from the author(s) or
		by subscription.  See your library or subscribe yourself
AEQ print edition enjoys wide recognition in the world of academia... 48 countries