Degree Granting Department
Adult Career and Higher Education
Kathleen P. King
cultural pluralism, global competence, global-mindedness, higher education reform, study abroad
The purpose of this dissertation was to survey community college students in order to evaluate their perceptions of the awareness and significance of global-mindedness or worldview of interconnectedness to the global community. The sample of participants included students at a 4-year community college in Florida. The results can be valuable and informative as a needs assessment in curriculum reforms to provide more globally minded courses and programs; consequently, better prepare graduates to compete in the global job market.
Scholar Commons Citation
Stevens, Vickie Hall, "Students' Perceptions on Issues Related to Globalization at a Four-Year Community College in Florida" (2013). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.