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  Dec 10, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Diversity and Social Inequality Certificate (undergraduate)


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Program Description:

Address the forms, consequences and impact of diversity in modern society. Coursework also evaluates the social benefits of diversity and the individual, interactional, and stuctural factors that link it to enduring forms of social inequality.

Admission Requirements:

Students who wish to obtain a certificate in Social Diversity and Inequality must fulfill the admission requirements for the College of Liberal Arts. Specifically, applicants must:

1) complete ENG 1100 or ENG 1105 with a grade of C or better,

2) complete a minimum of 2 additional Liberal Arts courses in the WSU Core, and

3) maintain an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher.

All applicants meeting these requirements will be accepted.

Program Requirements:


Students must complete 12 hours of combined coursework from categories A and B as specified below:

Category A - Fundamental Categories of Diversity & Social Inequality


(Choose 9 hours)

Total: 9 Hours


Category B - Advanced Exploration in Diversity & Social Inequality


(Choose 3 hours)

Total: 3 Hours


Total: 12 Hours


Notes:


*Titles related to Diversity and Social Inequality Only (e.g. Race & Crime). Advisor Approval Required.

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