International and Multicultural Education

Please note: the International and Multicultural Education program is currently not admitting new students.

Florida State’s International and Multicultural Education graduate program has earned a national reputation for excellence. Established in the mid-1970s, the International and Multicultural Education program has been continuously ranked among the top comparative and international development education offerings in the country. As such, the program has contributed to the discussion of international education issues and perspectives through original scholarship and research. As a student in this program, you will develop your professional skills, deepen your understanding of policy and evaluation, and analyze issues of critical relevance to practice. You can complete either a master’s or a doctoral degree. Upon completion of the program, you will be able to:

  • Manage international and multicultural education programs of different types
  • Conduct issue- or policy-oriented international education research and evaluation
  • Teach related subject matter in colleges, universities, and adult education programs
  • Provide consulting services to agencies, foundations, and governments to help them improve decision-making and policy choices about international and multicultural education