Certificate of Acheivement in Community Studies
After completing this certificate students will be able to:
--practice and analyze democratic civic engagement.
--demonstrate and evaluate relationships between local and national issues, movements, and ideas as they relate to local communities.
--demonstrate a range of skills including: research, documentation, analysis, evaluation, communication, contextualization, teamwork, observation, and cultural competency by relating social science concepts and theories to issues of importance to local communities.
--identify, develop, use, and assess tools and methods for community change and social justice
CMUN 10 Small Group Communication 3 units
SOC 1B Social Problems 3 units
POLS 27/PSYC 27 Contemporary Leadership (3 units)
POLS/PSYC/CMUN/AJ 6 Introduction to Conflict Resolution (3-4 units)
ELECTIVE COURSES--CHOOSE 6 UNITS
HIST 3 History of California (3 units)
HIST 5 Women’s Lives in Early U.S. History (3 units)
HIST 6 Women’s Lives in Recent U.S. History (3 units)
HIST 12 Cultural History of the Mexican American (3 units)
Total for Certificate of Achievement in Community Studies: 15-16 UNITS