​​Undergraduate Certificate - Global Governance and Advocacy

​Minimum Total for Graduation: 15-18 hours
Degree: Certificate

​This 15-18 credit hour certificate is designed for students of any major and non-degree students who seek an understanding of significant issues confronting the international community and advocacy strategies to address them.​

Program Requirements:

Required Courses (10 hours)
PSC 100 - Introduction to Political Science 3(3-0)
PSC 150 - Introduction to International Relations 3(3-0)
PSC 353 - Model United Nations 3(3-0)
PSC 355 - Model United Nations Lab 1-9(Spec)
PSC 555 - International Law I 3(3-0)
Note: You may count only PSC 100 OR 150, not both
​Note: PSC 355 is CR/NC only
Electives (5-8 hours)
Select hours from the following:

PAD 412 - Nonprofit Administration 3(3-0)
PAD 523WI - Fundamentals of Grant Writing and Management 3(3-0)
PSC 327 - Lobbying and Interest Group Behavior 3(3-0)
PSC 354 - Advanced Model United Nations 1-6(1-0)
PSC 355 - Model United Nations Lab 1-9(Spec)
PSC 393 - Practicum in Citizen Engagement 1-12(Spec)
PSC 395 - Internship in Government and Politics 1-12(Spec)
PSC 453 - American Foreign Policy 3(3-0)
PSC 513 - Citizen Engagement in Public Life 3(3-0)
PSC 515 - Comparative Public Policy 3(3-0)
PSC 556 - International Law II 3(3-0)
PSC 557 - War and Peace Studies 3(3-0)
​Note: PSC 355 is CR/NC only

Total: 15-18 semester ​hours​