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Short Program (1 - 8 weeks)
CCSA Custom Global organizes short-term (eight weeks or less) “faculty-directed” credit and non-credit programs in US domestic and English-speaking international locations. Custom programs enable schools to control their programs while CCSA provides logistical support. The school selects the program leaders and approves the program, then CCSA Custom Global helps make it happen.
Custom Global Courses:
can be offered at any time during the year (summer, winter, spring break, bi-term, etc.).
give you full control of your programs while CCSA provides logistical support.
are branded as a course and program from your school.
follow the course approval and academic oversight from your campus.
can optionally be opened for students from other schools to attend.
program logistics in partnership with program leaders and their home school.
professional development and program leader training.
recruitment efforts through campus events, printed and/or online outreach and communication.
budgetary oversight in collaboration with faculty and provides access to funds to pay program expenses.
international health insurance and standard, related services (i.e. evacuation).
emergency action plans implemented by the program leaders and adhering to the home school requirements.
For both member and non-member institutions, our Custom Global program is designed to provide a full range of services. This includes application management, financial oversight, orientation/preparation, faculty development, and emergency response. A one-stop shop for services that otherwise might not be available through the institution. CCSA offers to be an extension of the home campus staff that enables our schools to meet the needs of their faculty and students.
Application and Downloads:
CCSA Custom Global courses and leaders follow the approval and vetting process of your home school. Once approved, faculty leaders submit an In-take Form through the CCSA website. After review, CCSA staff collaborate with the faculty on a final program initialization agreement.
Faculty leaders can copy/paste the responses into the online application system. You may also wish to review the rubric.
NOTE: If you've completed a proposal for a recent proposal cycle, you will be given the option to copy your information over within the proposal system. We recommend you log into your account BEFORE starting the worksheet, and select this copy function if there are no major changes to your planned course. If there are major changes, such as location, program, course, then a new worksheet will be needed.