2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
    Jun 14, 2024  
2023-2024 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Diversity and Social Inequality Certificate

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Program Description

The Graduate Certificate in Diversity and Social Inequality is designed to enable high school teachers to fulfill requirements to teach college level courses in the College Credit Plus program.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Successfully impart introductory-level sociology material and concepts to college-bound high school students.
  • Demonstrate teaching skills appropriate to the collegiate context.
  • Utilize social science data to document patterns of social inequality across a wide variety of social identity categories.
  • Demonstrate cross-cultural understanding and intercultural awareness.
  • Recognize patterns of prejudice and discrimination and features of social environments that can exacerbate or improve social inequality.
  • Appreciate the impact of diverse social identities on individual well-being and life chances.
  • Apply the sociological imagination to the study of diversity and social inequality.

For more detailed information about this certificate, contact the Department of Sociology & Anthropology, 270 Millett Hall, 937/775-2667 or email us at soc_ath@wright.edu.

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Program Requirements:

Category A: 3 Hours

Teaching Introductory Sociology

Category B: 9 Hours

Choose 9 hours from:
Fundamental Categories of Diversity and Social Inequality

Category C: 6 Hours

Choose 6 hours from:
Advanced Exploration in Diversity & Social Inequality

Total: 18 Hours

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