The graduate certificate in Social Justice is for students interested in understanding the set of factors that contribute to a broad range of disparities (or inequities) and the challenges that exist when managing, planning and policy making among diverse populations. The course work in this certificate focuses on the theories and analytic tools that are needed to assess issues in social justice.
The certificate in Social Justice consists of 12 units of graduate course work.
* Students will take PPD 616 or PPDE 661 as their methodology course for the certificate. They may select the alternate course to satisfy the elective requirement but can not double count either course for this program.