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Recent trends show that the number of U.S. college students participating in study-abroad courses offered by their university is increasing. Apart from the exposure to different cultures, many study-abroad courses do not provide a focused subject area related to a discipline of study chosen by the individual student. This paper describes an overall view of an international construction management study‑abroad course conducted in Ireland by both American and Irish faculty members. Results of student surveys, which were used to assess the course learning objectives and provide suggestions for improvement, are also presented. These suggestions can be used by faculty members to develop or improve a similar construction-focused study‑abroad courses.
Jenkins, J. et al. '' Evaluating the Learning Objectives of a Construction-Focused Study Abroad Course in Ireland'', 2012, Ireland International Conference on Education (IICE-2012) , April 15-17, 2012, Dublin, Ireland. doi:10.21427/b4rt-g393