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Global Governance and Advocacy
Undergraduate Certificate

Program Overview

Examine the life-and-death issues affecting billions of people around the world and learn how to effect change. This program will give you the skills and insights to take the lead and make the world a better place.

Program Snapshot

Program Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Location: On-Campus
Program Length: 1 year
Credit Hours: 15 - 18

Why This Program & What You'll Learn

From poverty and hunger to climate change and war, people all over the world confront serious problems every day. To solve these problems, the world needs active, engaged global citizens who have the ambition and tools to lead change.

This certificate program is open to undergraduates in any major and to non-degree students. It's ideal for anyone who wants to better understand international issues and the strategies to tackle them.

Determine your particular interests and build a curriculum around them. You can focus on international relations, international law, nonprofit administration and more by choosing from a wide variety of electives.

Program Highlights

As a global governance and advocacy student here, you'll:

  • Add depth to your bachelor's degree.
  • Develop the tools to help solve problems that affect people around the world.
  • Gain cultural competency through an understanding of complex global issues.
  • Choose from courses like War and Peace Studies, International Law, American Foreign Policy and Model United Nations.

Careers & Outcomes

Graduates with a certificate in global governance and advocacy can enter a wide range of fields. Your experience will prepare you for a career in government, academia, nonprofit organizations and beyond.

Career Projected Salary
Security/Defense Intelligence Analyst $79,409
Global Communications Manager $81,205
College Professor/Instructor $79,640

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