Jun 26, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


Intercultural Competence Certificate



The Intercultural Competence Certificate for undergraduates will provide participants with multicultural competencies such as socio-historical knowledge and behavioral foundations, enabling them to connect effectively and interact productively with a diverse workforce. The certificate will not only expand individuals’ understandings about difference (racial/ethnic, economic class, gender, ability, sexuality) but also enable participants to design and implement cultural competence training within varied social institutions.

Upon completion of a certificate in Intercultural Competence participants will have acquired:

a. an increased sensitivity to diverse multicultural U.S. histories

b. an ability to interact respectfully and productively with diverse populations

c. a self-understanding through transformative self-reflection

d. the skills necessary to design and institutionalize cultural competent policies and practices within organizations such as businesses, schools, health services, social services, and more

Requirements (12 credits)


Electives


Certificate participants must take AMETH 300 but may substitute one of the following courses for one of the three other AMETH courses listed in requirements #2 or #3 above

Note:


Students who wish to enroll in the Intercultural Competence Certificate should consult with the Head of the American Ethnic Studies Department. The Head will assist with enrollment in the certificate.

Total hours required: 12