The Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion is offered by the Department of Psychological Studies in Education. Students who earn this certificate will be able to negotiate issues of power in a variety of settings, and will be positioned to act as advocates and organizers for people who have been systemically marginalized based on a variety of socially constructed characteristics including race, socioeconomic status, disability, immigration status and ethnicity. A certificate in Diversity and Inclusion enables and empowers our students to be leaders in both public and private sectors. Requirements of the certificate include four three-credit courses, and a comprehensive reflective paper.
Campus Location: Main
Program Code: ED-DI-CERT
Undergraduate Advising, College of Education and Human Development
Shanta Hattikudur, Program Coordinator
Number of Credits Required to Complete the Certificate: 12
|EDUC 1001||Diversity and Inclusion: Reflective Paper 1||0|
|AOD 1166||Interpersonal Processes through the Life Span||3|
|AOD 2218||Leadership in Organizations||3|
|SPED 2231||Introduction to Special Education||3|
|URBE 4496||Understanding Urban Communities||3|
|Total Credit Hours||12|
Course should be completed with final certificate class (URBE 4496).
HDCE majors are not eligible to complete this certificate.