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International and Intercultural Leadership

Certificate Curriculum

SOCIAL JUSTICE CORE (6 sem. hrs.)

Two courses from two different disciplines will focus on social justice broadly defined. Students choose from:

  • ANT 306 Culture & Power
  • ANT-SOC 368 Immigration
  • CMM 385 Dialogue, Power & Diversity
  • CMS 316 Intercultural Communication
  • EDT 340 Educating Diverse Student Populations in Inclusive Settings
  • ENG 345 Colonial & Postcolonial Literature
  • HST 375 History of US Foreign Relations Since 1750
  • POL 333 Politics of Human Rights
  • PHL 327 Philosophy of Peace
  • PHL 371 Philosophy & Human Rights
  • REL 261 Faith Traditions: Human Rights
  • REL 475 Theology of Inculturation
  • SOC 339 Social Inequality
  • VAH 483 PostColonial and Global Art Histories
CONTEXT CORE (3 sem hrs.)

One course from a discipline different than taken above. Students choose from:

  • ANT 325 Anthropology of Human Rights
  • ANT 352 Cultures of Latin America
  • ANT 360 Making Modern South Asia [same as HST 210]
  • CMS 414 Global Communication
  • CMM 464 International Public Relations
  • ENG 335 African American Literature
  • ENG 340 Prisons in Literature and Culture
  • ENG 346 Literature and Human Rights
  • ENG 359 Discourse Analysis
  • ENG 374 Visual Rhetoric
  • ENG 387 Literature and Ethics
  • HST 210 Making Modern South Asia [same as ANT 360]
  • HST 368 The Soviet Experiment: From Lenin to Putin
  • HST 312 Age of Democratic Revolutions
  • HST 314 Modern Europe in Decline 1900-1945
  • HST 315 Postwar Europe 1945-1990
  • HST 331 History of India
  • HST 339 Gandhi's India
  • HST 329 American and Middle East
  • HST 332 Modern East Asia
  • HST 354 History of Women & Gender in the Middle East
  • HST 357 Modern Latin America
  • HST 358 Social & Cultural History of Latin America
  • HST 382 History of Mexico
  • HST 383 History of the Caribbean
  • HST 386 China in Revolution
  • HST 319 The British Empire
  • PHL 355 Asian Philosophy
  • PHL 363 African Philosophy
  • PHL 365 Islamic Philosophy and Culture
  • PHL 347 Japanese Philosophy
  • PHL 379 Latin American Philosophy
  • REL 208 Faith Traditions: Islamic Religious Traditions
  • REL 261 Faith Traditions: Human Rights
  • REL 322 Latino/Latina Religious Experiences
  • REL 358 Liberation Theologies
  • REL 207 Faith Traditions: Judaism
  • SOC 328 Racial and Ethnic Relations
  • SOC 371 Sociology of Human Rights
  • VAH 310 History of Art and Activism
  • VAH 320 Latin American Art
  • VAH 330 Arts of Asia
  • VAR 330 Comparative Visual Culture in Film
  • CHI 345 Chinese Civilization and Culture
  • FRN 341 French Culture & Civilization
  • FRN 381 History of French Cinema
  • GER 341 German Culture & Civilization
  • GER 351 German Film
  • ITA 341 Italian Culture & Civilization I
  • SPN 341 Spanish Culture & Civilization
  • SPN 342 Ibero-American Culture & Civilization
  • SPN 480 Spanish & Ibero-American Cinema
Language (0-15 sem. hrs.)

Students demonstrate language proficiency at target level. Proficiency can be demonstrated in one of two ways:

  • LNG 101, 141, 201, 202/301 or equivalent
  • Placement exam. If taken via credit, 15 hours for Chinese and Arabic and 14 hours for all other languages offered
Leadership (3 sem. hrs.)

Students choose one from the following:

  • ASI 372 Professional Ethics in a Global Community-Education
  • EGR 373 Professional Ethics in a Global Society
  • SOC/POL 426 Leadership in Building Communities
  • POL 361 Leadership in Nongovernmental Organizations
  • MGT 403 Cross-Cultural Management
Experiential Capstone (1 sem. hr.)

Students choose one from the following: 

  • UDI 210 SAIL: Semester Abroad, Intercultural Leadership and Re-Entry
  • UDI 267 Global Learning Living Community - Journey towards Global Citizenship
  • UDI 377 Creating Inclusive Communities 2.0
  • UDI 410 MAXIE Integrate -International and Intercultural Leadership
Total semester hours: 13 to 28

Course descriptions are available in the online catalog (www) >

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