Global sequences are Master's degree course sequences which integrate multiple study abroad opportunities into a student's academic experience. These optional sequences allow students to incorporate international, experiential learning into their degree program, and may accelerate degree completion.
Graduate study abroad programs take place during spring break, summer, and winter sessions, during which students study a single subject in an intensive format. Global sequences do not exist in all graduate programs, but there are study abroad options for all Steinhardt students.
To learn more about study abroad opportunities and global sequences in your program, visit the pages below and discuss your interests with your advisor.
- Art Therapy
- Educational Theatre
- Food Studies
- International Education
- Music Business
- Media, Culture and Communication
- Sociology of Education
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)