|East-Central European Studies
||Open to all undergraduates; provides the opportunity to gain interdisciplinary area and language expertise in East-Central European studies.
|European Union Studies
||Open to all undergraduates; provides the opportunity to gain multidisciplinary expertise in EU-related affairs.
||Offers coursework in geological sciences relevant to environmental policy and law, resource economics, teaching, regional planning, building construction, and related fields.
|Geospatial Information Analysis
||Covers a variety of geospatial technologies such as digital mapping, geographic information system (GIS), and remotely sensed image processing.
||Open to all undergraduates; focuses on intellectual approaches to the Holocaust, other human rights catastrophes, and their representation.
||For students who are interested in international affairs and who are considering careers in this field.
|Latin American Studies
||Designed to supplement a major with broad cultural and language training appropriate for graduate work or a Latin America-related career in business, government, or teaching.
||Provides an intensive foundation in medical anthropology for undergraduate anthropology and non-anthropology majors. Courses emphasize the role that biology, culture, language, and prehistory play in human health, and the experience of healing across cultures.
|Meteorology and Climatology
||Provides a working knowledge of atmospheric processes across spatial and temporal scales.
||For students who may pursue careers in practical politics, including campaign management, lobbying, and issue advocacy.
||For students interested in government careers and requires courses in public policy and public administration.
|Russian and East-European Area Studies
||Provides a foundation for graduate work in the field and careers in government service; based on a major in economics, foreign languages, geography, history, philosophy, political science, or religion.
|Spanish for the Professions
||Provides the linguistic skills and cultural knowledge necessary for working in our increasingly global community, focusing specifically on the Spanish-speaking world.
|Teaching English as a Second Language
||Open to all undergraduates; for students who want to teach English as a second language to adults, overseas or in the US.
|Index of all Certificates|