For public administrators, social equity has been defined as the active commitment to fair, just, and equitable distribution of public services, design and implementation of public policy, and management of all institutions serving the public.
The Graduate Certificate in Managing for Social Equity provides knowledge and skills for government and nonprofit organizational managers and leaders interested in strengthening principles and practices that support equity, diversity, and inclusion within their organizations and as their organizations interact with the larger society.
Prospective students who wish to pursue this certificate must apply as non-degree applicants. Learn more on the School of Public Affairs admission web page.
Courses are offered on campus, online, and in remote and hybrid formats.
- Students must successfully complete 12 credit hours of approved coursework.
- Students must maintain at least a 3.00 cumulative GPA in this program.
- This program must be completed within 7 years.
|Required Core Courses|
|PUAD 5002||Organizational Management and Behavior||3|
|PUAD 5006||Public Service Leadership and Ethics||3|
|PUAD 5260||Managing for Social Equity||3|
|PUAD 5271||Managing Conflict and Change||3|