|Introduction to Multicultural Competency Certificate||required workshop overviewing entire certificate|
|Introduction to Multicultural Competency||required face-to-face workshop|
|Introduction to Power & Privilege||required online workshop + followup experiences|
|Stereotypes, Prejudice & Discrimination||required online workshop + followup experiences|
|Introduction to the Isms||required online workshop + followup experiences|
|ELECTIVES||Students will attend campus presentations, programs, workshops, and speakers from at least 4 of the following sections:
|Introduction to Social Justice||required online workshop|
|Independent Study||capstone project required for certificate completion|
Upon completing this certificate, students will::
- Possess multicultural awareness and knowledge demonstrated through the ability to:
- Articulate knowledge of various human diversity related issues including social, cultural, and gender related topics.
- Recognize individual and cultural differences
- Understand the basic tenets of the concepts of power, privilege, prejudice, and stereotypes.
- Demonstrate a range of skills necessary to function in an increasingly global society. This includes the ability to:
- Make informed critical assessments of campus based, national, and global issues particularly as it relates to critically understanding social structures and their impact on various communities.
- Interpret world issues across cultural perspectives and viewpoints.
- Demonstrate open, empathetic, and inclusive thinking and action.
- Espouse and exhibit respect for diversity.
- Demonstrate a commitment to social justice:
- Students demonstrate an introductory understanding of the deep and broad systemic structures that drive many social issues.
- Students are able to identify the various social justice stances available to them and are able to articulate their personal orientation as an ally, advocate, or agent.