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Diversity and Global Learning Achievement Certificate
Develop cultural knowledge and awareness with a Diversity and Global Learning (DGL) Achievement Certificate. Each course in the program will help you develop critical and reflective skills so you can live and work in the diverse world around you.
Why Should I Get a DGL Achievement Certificate?
Courses within this certificate program will help you discover and explore other cultures and perspectives. You'll learn more about diversity, equity, and inclusion and how historical and current social differences shape, and have been shaped by, political, economic, and cross-cultural relationships around the world. These courses are also designed with transfer in mind and will give you an edge on future diversity requirements and competitive admissions processes.
In today’s workplace, employers value professionals who are able to navigate the complexities of a diverse and interconnected world. Make yourself even more competitive by building your cultural competence and diversity mindset.
How Do I Get an Achievement Certificate?
To earn the Diversity and Global Learning Achievement Certificate, you must take and earn a C or higher in 4 courses marked as DGL.
If you qualify, please submit your application for an achievement certificate. (Application coming soon.)
The Diversity and Global Education achievement certificate courses help students to learn and think critically about diversity, equity, and inclusion on both local and global levels. Courses in the 2021 Summer and Fall semesters include:
Summer 2021 Courses
Course Number / Section / Name
SOC 218: Sociology of Diversity
BUS 241: Cultural Diversity in Business
Fall 2021 Courses
|25484||ANT 215: Native Peoples of North America|
|22625||COM 220: Intercultural Communications|
|22745||COM 220: Intercultural Communications|
|24264||ECO 101: Economics of Social Issues|
|25405||EDU 234: Multicultural Education|
|23198||HIS 208: American Indian History|
|25472||HUM 220: The Cultural History of Rock & Roll|
|25473||LIT 205: Ethnic Literature|
|25474||LIT 246: Literature of Women|
|24930||MUS 123: Survey of World Music|
|24716||MUS 125: History of Jazz|
|25471||MUS 175: Blacks in Classical Music|
|24248||PHI 114: Comparative Religions|
|23956||PSY 217: Human Sexuality|
|24591||PSY 226: Social Psychology|
|25485||SOC 218: Sociology of Diversity|