Certificate of Accomplishment in Global Leadership
This program offers students the opportunity to develop the global perspective and interpersonal competencies needed for success in the emerging global workplace such as communication, team building, leadership, and project management skills and to practice them by engaging in service-learning. It also offers them the opportunity to learn strategies for applying their education to address social problems in the community.
- Perform Service-Learning in GVT 112 (Comparative Government) or a course that meets the Global Awareness general education requirement listed in the college catalog. See Civic Engagement Coordinator for substitutions.
- Perform Service-Learning in PSY 271 (Global Leadership) or PSY 295 (Honors Seminar in Community Leadership).
- Take 3 (3-credit) elective courses within your program, with or without a Service-Learning Component.
- When completing your intent to graduate, inform the Registrar that you have also fulfilled the Global Leadership Certificate requirements (15 credits).