Global Societies and Governance, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

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Certificate Program Requirements

Required: 15 credit hours

Required Core Courses (6 credits)
GES 604Political Geography3
GES 633Regional Economic Development3
Topical Electives (9 credits)
Select three courses (9 credits) of electives from the following: *9
Seminar in Regional Geography
Qualitative Methods in Human Geography
Topics in Development and Economics
Topics in Equity and Society
Total Credit Hours15

Students may also satisfy electives with topically relevant 600-level courses in GES or from relevant disciplines, subject to advisor approval. Up to 3-6 credits in GES 695 Internship, GES 697 Capstone in Sustainability and Environment, or GES 699 Thesis may also be chosen in consultation with the advisor and when the project is relevant to global societies and governance.