Global Perspective/World View
NYIT Global Competence: Students can identify interdependencies among cultures and are able to collaborate effectively, participating in social and business settings globally.
Upon graduation, students will be able to:
- Recognize the impact of the global interconnectedness of issues, processes, trends, and systems on their academic specializations and worldviews.
- Practice well-researched oral, written, visual, and digital communication in its diverse cross-cultural forms.
- Describe a complex global issue from multiple cultural perspectives and explain how those perspectives affect the treatment of the issue.
- Employ effective and appropriate interaction and teamwork with people of different nationalities and cultures, demonstrating respect for social, cultural, and linguistic diversity.
Resources in Supporting Global Learning and Assessment
- How Colleges Can Influence the Development of a Global Perspective
- Global Competence: Paper from the Asian Society
- Got Global Competency: W.Hunter-Leigh University
- How to Build a Rubric for Global Competency in Engineering
- The Case for Contamination (New York Times) by K.A. Appiah-Princeton
Assessment Tasks and/or Rubrics:
- AAC&U Value Rubric for Global Learning & Assessment
- Global Perspective Inventory: A student Survey Instrument
- AAC&U Shared Future Assessment Matrices Samples
- Rubric for Global Competency in Engineering
- Engineering Example: Purdue University
- The Problem with Hoodia: Assessment Task & Rubric FIU
NYIT Evidence of Global Learning & Assessment:
Faculty and staff: Share your student assignments, group projects, readings, and discussion topics that contribute to global learning on this page! Email Shifang Li.