|Submission Date||Feb. 20, 2013|
The goal of the Certificate in Global Studies program is to increase knowledge of world cultures, economic, environmental, and social issues. This post-baccalaureate Certificate is earned by taking a minimum of 5 courses
through the Graduate Liberal Studies program. Students in
the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program may also enroll in this certificate program.
The certificate program seeks to instill a knowledge of particular cultures, while also providing training in the
analysis of global trends. It is designed for college graduates interested in developing an understanding of global issues. Students will learn how to make connections between their particular part of the world and the larger
trends and issues that affect all societies.
Coursework for the certificate program consists of 15 hours of interdisciplinary online courses. Students must take 9 hours of required courses and 6 hours of approved electives. The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program requires that students take at least one course in the three traditional liberal arts areas – the humanities (MLS 610), the social sciences (MLS 620), and the sciences (MLS 630). Likewise, the certificate includes the same requirement. The aim is to approach a culture, geographical area, or global issue by reaching across disciplinary boundaries rather than focusing exclusively in one area or discipline. Students have three years to complete the certificate.
Information for this was received in part from Julee Johnson, Advisor for Graduate Liberal Studies at UNCG. Other information was taken from the GLS website.
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