Global Learning for Students
We provide learning opportunities for students, faculty and staff to deepen their understanding of global issues and to foster cross-cultural perspectives. In addition, the office supports innovative faculty projects, study abroad programs, and outreach activities. We believe that international exchanges nurture global perspectives and play a key role in developing our local community. We invite you to explore the information on our web page. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global Learning involves learning about those problems and issues that cut across national boundaries, and about the interconnectedness of systems -ecological, cultural, economic, political and technological. It also involves perspective taking -seeing things through the eyes and minds of others and it means the realization that while individuals and groups may view life differently, they also have common needs and wants.
The value and utility of Global Learning derives from the sense that international events require all societies and their citizens to become knowledgeable about the world beyond their national borders.
Traveling abroad does not have to be confusing if you know the right things before you go. If your passport is expiring within the next three months, you need to renew it before departing.
Check out some of the internationally focused events in the Tulsa area.
- Tulsa Global Alliance
- Alliance Francaise de Tulsa
- Circle Cinema (scroll down to the bottom of the page to search for foreign films)
- German American Society of Tulsa
- The Irish American Club of Tulsa
- Islamic Society of Tulsa
- Italian American Society of Tulsa
- The Kiwanis Club of Tulsa
- The Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice
- Tulsa Performing Arts Center
- Associate of Arts degree or certificate programs in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, or Russian.
- Associates of Arts, Liberal Arts - International Emphasis.
- Certificate in international Business.
For more information visit the International Language Center.
Students may select course from 14 different languages: Arabic, Chinese, ESL,French, Modern Greek, Biblical Greek, German, Biblical Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, or American Sign Language. These Languages are delivered in a variety of ways: classroom instruction, telecourse, interactive TV, or internet. Language studies are supported by computerized language labs during the day and evening.
International Student Services
Are you interested in helping international students? Are you an international person who is interested in studying at TCC? If so, please visit our ISS site for more information.