The Economics Department offers a Graduate Certificate in Gender, Race and Economy consisting of 12 credit hours (6 credit hours in selected economics graduate level classes and 6 credit hours in appropriate graduate level classes from any other discipline). The certificate enables graduate students from a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds to develop a specialty in analyzing economic issues of Gender, Race and Economy.
To obtain the certificate a student must:
have a bachelor’s degree before beginning the certificate program
successfully complete 6 credit hours of graduate-level Economics courses listed below plus 6 credit hours of appropriate graduate-level non-Economics courses, including but not not limited to, the courses listed below
earn a cumulative average of 3.0 for the 12 credit hour program
Graduate Level Economics Courses: 6 Hours
Choose 2 additional appropriate courses from any department. For approval of acceptable courses, contact the chair of the Economics Department. Examples include the following courses: