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Hsinchu, Taiwan

Students pursuing a certification and/or master’s degree in education may enroll in graduate courses at our Taiwan site, hosted at Pacific American School. Courses are offered in a condensed format, over 7 days during the academic year, in the fields of Elementary Education and Secondary Education.

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Master’s and Certificate Programs

Elementary Education; Secondary Education

2018-2019 Course Offerings

Course offerings are tentative and subject to change

Oct. 6-14, 2018
RDLG 579 – Content Area Literacy || Professor Rebecca Daley

Dec. 8-16, 2018
EDFN 521 – Cultural Foundations of Education || Dr. Sonia Rosen

EDFN 508 – Intro to Research: Data-Based Decision Making || Dr. Karen Gordon

Jan. 19-27, 2019
EPSY 523 – Advanced Child & Adolescent Growth & Development || Dr. Brenda Leake

CURR 514 – Curriculum Theory & Practice || Dr. Alan Amtzis

March 16-24, 2019
SPED 501 – Students with Disabilities in our Schools || Dr. Jerry Petroff

ELEM/SCED 696 – General Seminar || Dr. Stuart Roe

May 18-26, 2019
ELEM/SCED 694 – Internship I/Introduction to Teaching and Planning || Instructor TBA

Class Meeting Schedule

Sunday: 9AM–4PM
Monday:  6PM–9PM
Tuesday: No Class
Wednesday: 6PM–9PM
Thursday: 6PM–9PM
Friday: No Class
Saturday: 9AM–4PM

About the Location

Located in the northern region of Taiwan, Hsinchu is a provincial city boasting beautiful mountains, parks, and gardens. Visitors can also explore beautiful historic temples and a museum that highlights the region’s prized glass production. The bus system is the most convenient transportation, and Pacific American School is located in the same neighborhood as National Chiao Tung University, National Tsing Hua University, and the renowned Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park.

Pacific American School

No. 307, Section 1, Xinglong Road, Zhubei City, Hsinchu County, 302

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Contact the Coordinator

For more information regarding this site, please contact Dr. Stuart Carroll, Faculty Director of Graduate Global Programs ( or 609-771-2221).

Pre-registration is available for Spring and Summer Courses.Pre-Register Now