GRADUATE MINOR & GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES (CCS)
The GRADUATE MINOR & GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES (CCS) are designed to provide fundamental competencies on multicultural and international/transnational issues affecting diverse populations as well as core principles of human development and socio-political change from a global perspective. Both programs are supported by a multidisciplinary curriculum geared toward enhancing cross-cultural knowledge, skills, leadership, and lifetime professional success in a broad variety of traditional and non-traditional career paths.
The Graduate Minor and the Graduate Certificate in Cross-Cultural Studies are open to all master’s and doctoral students as well as non-traditional students seeking to enhance their professional expertise by incorporating a cross-cultural dimension to their programs of study.
For more information contact the CCS Program Director: Dr. Elizabeth Trejos-Castillo, Professor of Human Development & Family Sciences / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org