Climate, Equity, and Opportunity in the Workplace (CERT)

Admission Requirements

Undergraduate students who are currently enrolled at UofL must submit a request to declare the certificate to enter the program.  First time freshmen, transfer, and post-baccalaureate applicants must meet the regular admission standards of the College of Education and Human Development.  This undergraduate certificate program may be completed as a stand-alone credential; however, it will not be eligible for federal financial aid. Students enrolled in degree programs and pursuing this certificate may be eligible for federal financial aid.

Certificate Requirements

Choose one class from each of the four areas (A, B, C, D) below.

Area A: Diversity (3 credit hours)
LEAD 314Diversity in the Workplace - D1, SB3
Area B: Inclusion (3 credit hours)3
Antiracism: A Fundamental to a New System
Racism and Sexism - SB, D1
Race, Color and Consciousness - D1, SB
Area C: Community Engagement (3 credit hours)
LEAD 424Organizational Partnership and Community Engagement3
Area D: Equity (3 credit hours)3
Adult Learning and Diversity
Survey of American Diversity - D1, SB
Diversity and Inequality
Minimum Total Hours12

Graduation requirements will include the completion of 12 credits of coursework. Students are required to earn a C- or better in their program classes with a cumulative GPA of 2.25 or higher.

At least three (3) semester hours of the requirements for a certificate must be successfully completed while enrolled in the University of Louisville.