Online Courses

Seattle Central offers different types of online courses:

ITL197 - International Cooperative Education Course

WANTED: Cross Cultural Explorers!

Coming to the USA? Going Abroad? Would you like to earn university-level academic credit for your cross cultural experiences in a community organization or workplace and deepen your cultural interactions during your time abroad? If so, enroll in our five credit course!

What is the advantage for you besides deeper cross cultural understanding?

Exchange students

If you decide to earn a Bachelor’s degree in the USA, you will already have 5 credits from Seattle Central College on your academic transcript. These college credits in most cases will apply toward your undergraduate degree* (*It is up to a specific university to determine what transfer credit will be accepted from another institution).

Required Hours: 33 volunteer hours and 33 class hours (English or language arts)

Course Description: ITL 197 - Inbound - High School Exchange


Work and Travel / Interns coming to the USA

Including Seattle Central College and this course on your resume or CV will add value to your employment marketability.

All “cross cultural explorers” enrolled in our ITL 197 International Cooperative Education course will choose a rich, diverse cross cultural setting to work or volunteer in for this experience. Through the course, you will:

1. Work or volunteer productively in an organization in the host country.
2. Recognize ethnic, cultural, political, and economic diversity in the host country through journal entries.
3. Convey the differences in organizational culture of your system vs. the host country through journal entries and final report.

Required Hours: 66 hours of work, internship or volunteer hours and 40 hours of language instruction OR 99 hours of work, internship, or volunteer hours

Course Description: ITL 197 - Inbound - Work Travel


Work, Intern, or Volunteer Abroad

Through this course, U.S. students can earn college credits for working, interning, or volunteering abroad.

All participants will:

1. Work, intern, or volunteer in an organization in the host country.
2. Recognize ethnic, cultural, political, and economic diversity in the host country through journal entries.
3. Convey the differences in organizational culture of the U.S. system vs. the host country through journal entries and final report.

Required Hours: 66 hours of work, internship, or volunteer hours and 40 hours of language instruction OR 99 hours of work, internship, or volunteer hours

Course Description: ITL 197 - Outbound - Work Intern Volunteer


You will have approximately 4 months to complete all assignments and email them to the instructor (the exact deadline will be provided with confirmation of your enrollment). After you have finished, you can access your grade electronically through your student account at Seattle Central College – or request an official transcript from the College Registrar.

The course tuition fee is $550. After you apply, you will receive directions about how to pay by credit card.

 

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Other Online Courses

With Seattle Central's online offerings, you can take courses for college credit and apply them to your degree or certificate and/or enroll in a few classes that interest you while improving your knowledge and skills.

For further information about Seattle Central's online courses, click here.