Diversity Literacy (CERT)
Anyone who has earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university may apply.
The application for graduate programs at the University of Louisville.
The following materials will be necessary to complete an application:
- Official transcripts of prior undergraduate and graduate work;
- Two letters of recommendation;
- A two-to-three page essay describing the applicant's interest in the program and how it will benefit her or his course of study and/or career path.
|PHIL 690||Fundamentals of Diversity||3|
|PHIL 691||Capstone in Diversity Literacy||3|
|Standard Electives 1||9|
|Cultural Competency and Action|
|Institutions and Equity|
|Health and Social Justice|
or EDAP 530
|Language, Society & Power|
SOC course at the 600 level or above
|Minimum Total Hours||15|
Electives may be substituted with the program director's consent. At least six (6) of the elective credit hours must be earned in A&S courses.