To complete the Certificate in Cultural Competency, students must earn a total of 8 non-credit points. All of the criteria, except the First-Year Experience, require the completion of reflection questions in Engage Paths.
Students in FYE 1000 will complete an in-class introduction to cultural competency. Students will be auto-enrolled in the certificate program via Engage Paths.
Students will have the opportunity to attend varying workshops that introduce the concepts of diversity and inclusion. Attending a qualifying workshop is required and will also count toward the FYE 1000 diversity credit. This workshop is optimally completed before or in conjunction with the elective options.
Students have the option to select from the following categories of experiences to gain points toward the completion of their certificate.
Students will receive both academic credit and certificate points for the completion of a qualifying course. See Qualifying Courses.
Participation in a group, club, or organization that celebrates culture, diversity, and inclusion for, at minimum, one semester.
Attend and participate in five qualifying cultural, equity, diversity, or inclusion events on or off-campus.
Do you have an experience or opportunity that falls outside the above guidelines? Present it to a committee member for consideration.
Completion of a capstone project reflecting on the student's cultural experiences as part of the certificate program. The format of the capstone is flexible, i.e. a video, web portfolio, reflection paper, etc.
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