Equity and Justice Undergraduate Academic Certificate

All required coursework must be completed with a grade of 'C' or better (O-10-a).

Academic Exploration Component
SOC 201Introduction to Inequity and Justice3
Select 6 credits of upper-division emphasis electives from the following:6
American Indian History
Studies in American Culture
Cultural Anthropology
Belief Systems
Contemporary North American Indians
Health, Illness, and Society
Contemporary Pacific Northwest Indians
Human Issues in International Development
Intercultural Communication
Conflict Management
Gender and Communication
Communication and Aging
Gender and Crime
Inequalities in the Justice System
Teaching Culturally Diverse Learners
Studies in U.S. Ethnic Literatures
Studies in Queer Literature
Studies in African American Literature
Studies in American Indian Literature
Seminar in Women's Literature
FCS 410
Comparative African-American Cultures
History of Women in American Society
Slavery and Freedom in the Americas
Media and Diversity
Women in the Media
Issues in Global Media
History of Rock and Roll
Studies in Jazz History
POLS 423
Psychology of Women
Human Sexuality
Adult Development and Aging
Sociology of the Family
Environmental Sociology and Globalization
Economic (In)Justice in the United States
Sociology of Gender
Racial and Ethnic Relations
Environmental Justice
Topics in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Feminist Theory and Action
Application Component Electives
Select 3 credits, no more than 6 credits can apply to this certificate.3
Experiential Learning
Total Hours12

Courses to total 12 credits for this certificate