Global Service, Leadership, and Development Certificate

Intercultural Competence Requirements (15 credits)
Select one course from the following list:3
Cultures of the World
Archaeology Field Study
International Service Seminar
Tropical Island Ecology
Intercultural Communication
Education and Culture
Guatemala Public Health
Global Inequalities
Global Human Rights and Social Justice
Electives:
Select one course with course type "CD", Cultural Diversity3
Select one course with coure type "GU", Global Understanding3
OR Semester of Study Abroad
Foreign Languages:
Select 2 foreign language courses 16
Professional and Leadership Development:
Colloquium in Professional and Leadership Development
Sector-Specific Experience: 2
Sector Specific Experience
CHOOSE ONE SECTOR FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST: (9 credits)
Select three courses from the sector of choice.9
AGRICULTURE SECTOR COURSEWORK
Select 2 Natural Science courses from:
Introduction to Biotechnology
Botany
Environmental Biology and Policy
Introduction to Global Sustainability
Environmental Chemistry
Select 1 Social Science course from:
Old World Prehistory
Applications in Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Population Dynamics and a Sustainable Future
Plant Biotechnology and Society
Animal Behavior
Field Experience in Animal Behavior
COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SECTOR COURSEWORK
Select 3 courses from one of the following areas. Courses must come from the same area.
Accounting, Economics, and Finance
Business Statistics
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Principles of Finance
Principles of Managerial Accounting
Business, Marketing, Management, and International Business
Principles of Marketing
Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior
Small Business Management/Marketing
Entrepreneurship
Global Management
Computer Science
Select any 3 courses in Computer Science (CS)
Graphic Design
Basic Design and Composition
Basic Design and Color
Three-Dimensional Design
Introduction to Digital Design
Introduction to Digital Design for Non-Art majors
Web Studio
Graphic Design Studio I
Graphic Design Studio II
Digital Illustration
Computer Graphics 2 for the Non-Art Major
History of Graphic Design
Graphic Design Studio III
Mass Communications
Media Literacy
Introduction to Journalism
Introduction to Mass Communication
Business and Professional Communication
Communication Research Methods
Communication Ethics
Organizational Communication
EDUCATION SECTOR COURSEWORK
Select 3 courses from one of the following areas. All courses must come from the same area.
Education
Child and Adolescent Development
Foundations of Teaching and Learning
Literacy Instruction in K-6 Educational Settings I
Content Literacy
Teaching Students with Diverse Needs
Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
Methods of Teaching Science for Elementary School
Teaching Elementary Social Studies
Issues and Practices in World Language Education Part II
Integrated K-12 Teaching Methods
The Teaching of World Languages
English as a Second Language (ESL)/Linguistics
Theories and Practice of ESL Instruction Part I
Theories and Practice of ESL Instruction Part II
Applied Linguistics for the Language Educator
Issues and Practices in World Language Education Part II
Language and Linguistics
American Cultural Diversity
Special Education
Human Exceptionalities
Family/School/Community Partnerships and Resources, P-12
Classroom Management
Assessment Approaches, P-12
Instructional Methods and Materials for Middle/Secondary Students with Mild/ Moderate Disabilities
Curricula, Methods, and Materials for Learners with Difficulties
Mathematics
Foundations of Elementary Mathematics
Foundations of Elementary Mathematics I
Foundations of Elementary Mathematics II
Number Systems
Algebraic Thinking, Probability and Statistics
Elementary Geometry
English
Select 3 English (EN) courses at the 200 level or above
Biology
Select 3 Biology (BY) courses
Chemistry
Select 3 Chemistry (CE) courses
Computer Science
Select 3 Computer Science (CS) courses
Physics
Select three Physics (PH) courses
ENVIRONMENT SECTOR COURSEWORK
Select 3 courses from one of the following areas. All courses must come from the same area.
Biology, Botany, or Ecology
Any Biology (BY) course
Plant Biotechnology and Society
Life's a Beach
Animal Behavior
Environmental Related Sciences and Related Fields: Select one course from each group
Environment and Health
Environmental Science
Environmental Biology and Policy
Introduction to Global Sustainability
Coastal Zone Management
Internship in Biological Science
Natural Resource Conservation and Management
Independent Study in Biology
Environmental Chemistry
Environmental Health Issues
Introduction to Marine Biology
Oceanography
Environment and Social Sciences
Global Environmental Problems
Life's a Beach
Applications in Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
People, Places, and Environments: Introduction to Geography
Environmental Geography
Urbanization Around the World
Global Environmental Problems
Introduction to Global Sustainability
Environmental Policy
Environment and Humanities
Environment and Pre-Modern Literature
Environmental History
Toxic Wastes
Population Dynamics and a Sustainable Future
HEALTH SECTOR COURSEWORK
Select 3 courses from one of the following areas. All courses must come from the same area.
Public Health, Nutrition, and Health Education
Principles of Health Education
Human Sexuality
Environmental Health Issues
Epidemiology
Transcultural Health
Alternative/Complementary Health Therapies
Health in Developing Countries: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Nutrition and Health
Community Health
Health Policy
Eastern-Western Approaches to Wellness, Health, and Healing
AIDS and the Global Society
Death and Dying
Culture, Health and Illness
Globalization, Health and Healing
Nutrition Science
Biology
Select any three Biology (BY) courses
Pre-Med
Select any three of the following courses
Select any Chemistry (CE) course
Microbiology in Health and Disease
Anatomy and Physiology II
Or any Biology (BY) course at the 200 level or above
Physics for the Life Sciences I
and Physics for the Life Sciences Laboratory I
Physics for the Life Sciences II
and Physics for the Life Sciences Laboratory II
General Physics with Calculus I
and General Physics with Calculus Laboratory I
General Physics with Calculus II
and General Physics with Calculus Laboratory II
Statistics for Criminal Justice
Pre-Calculus Mathematics
Calculus for the Biological Sciences
Statistics with Applications
Algebraic Thinking, Probability and Statistics
Probability and Statistics I
Probability and Statistics II
Computation and Statistics
Multivariate and Categorical Statistics
Introduction to Psychology
Research II: Behavioral Statistics and Laboratory
Introduction to Sociology
Nursing
Any Nursing (NU) courses at the 200-level or above
YOUTH IN DEVELOPMENT SECTOR COURSEWORK
Select 3 courses from one of the following areas. All courses must come from the same area.
Social Work
Introduction to Social Work
Two (2) Social Work courses at the 200 level or above
Developmental Psychology
Child Psychology
Adolescent Psychology
Psychology of Adulthood and Aging
Child and Adolescent Development
Children's Play and Culture
Theories of Childhood and Development
Gender Studies
Introduction to Gender Studies
or GS-377
A Comparative Study of Women in the World
Two (2) Gender Studies courses at the 200-level or above
Health
Select 3 courses in Health (HE) at the 200 level or above
Physical Education
Select 3 Physical Education (PE) courses at the 200 level or above
Information Technology
Select any 3 courses in Information Technology (IT)
Family Studies
Children's Play and Culture
Anthropology and Children
Family Communication
Introduction to Early Childhood Education
Family Partnerships in Early Childhood Settings
Family/School/Community Partnerships and Resources, P-12
Human Aging
Wisdom, Wellness and Aging
or NU-365
Wisdom, Wellness and Aging
Community Health Nursing I: Nursing of the Young Family
Parent Child Socialization: A Cross-Cultural Approach
Contemporary Issues in Free Speech
Sociology of Family
Perspectives on the Human Experiences: Family Violence
The Sociology of Aging
Family Counseling
Family Violence
Culturally Diverse Child Welfare Practices
Total Credits24
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Please speak with the Coordinator to determine best language options based on student interest.

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50 hours of hands-on experience in the selected sector.