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Intergroup Dialogue Certificate
The Certificate in Intergroup Dialogue is a 12 credit hour undergraduate certificate. Students can complete course requirements within two to four semesters.  Curriculum for the Certificate in Intergroup Dialogue will include the following requirements and initial illustrative (not exhaustive) list of course offerings:
A. One 3-credit hour general education course that is dialogue intensive and incorporates the four-stage intergroup dialogue teaching model. The following courses illustratively will
satisfy this requirement. List may be updated by the certificate director:
 COMM-C 282: Intergroup Dialogue
 COMM-C 180: Interpersonal Communication (dialogue-intensive sections only)
 NAIS-N 101: Introduction to Native American & Indigenous Studies
 OLS 252: Human Behavior in Organizations
 SPEA-J 101: America Criminal Justice System
 SPEA-J 260: Topics in Criminal Justice
 SPEA-J 275: Diversity Issues in the Criminal Justice System
 SWK-S 102: Understanding Diversity in a Pluralistic Society
 SWK-S 141: Introduction to Social Work
 SWK-S 221: Human Growth and Development in the Social Environment
 TCM 18000: Intercultural Technical Communication
B. One 3-credit hour course focused on leadership development and communication skills and designed to train students to facilitate dialogues for other students.  The following illustrative courses will satisfy the requirement. List may be updated by the certificate director:
 COMM-C 382: Intergroup Dialogue Facilitation Training
 TCM 38500: Co-Facilitating Intergroup Dialogue with Peers in Technical CommunicationSettings

C. One 3-credit hour course to provide students additional context in social identity anddiversity issues relevant to their chosen fields.  The following courses, and other courses as approved by the certificate director, will satisfy this requirement:
 AMST-A 101: Intro to American Studies
 ANTH-E 391: Women and Development
 ANTH-E 402: Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective
 ANTH-E 403: Women of Color in the US
 ANTH-L 401: Language, Power, and Gender
 ANTH-E 457: Ethnic Identity
 ANTH-A 460: People and Cultures of the Middle East
 COMM-C 299: Communicating Queer Identity
 COMM-C 395: Gender and Communication
 COMM-R 350: American Feminist Rhetoric
 COMM-C 482: Intercultural Communication
 HIST-A 207: Introduction to Native American History
 HIST-A 317: American Social History, 1865 to the present
 HIST-A 328: History of Work in America
 HIST-A 332: The American Ethnic Experience
 HIST-A 341: US Women’s History I
 HIST-A 342: US Women’s History II
 HIST-A 355: African American History I
 HIST-A 356: African American History II
 HIST-H 480: Comparative Native American History
 HIST-A 352: History of Latinos in the US
 LATS-L 228: An Interdisciplinary Look at US Latino/a Identities
 LSTU-L 100: Survey of Unions & Collective Bargaining
 LSTU-L 101: American Labor History
 LSTU-L 110: Intro to Labor Studies: Labor & Society
 LSTU-L 201: Labor Law
 LSTU-L 203: Labor & the Political System
 LSTU-L 205: Contemporary Labor Problems
 LSTU-L 210: Workplace Discrimination/Fair Employment
 LSTU-L 220: Grievance Representation
 LSTU-L 231: Globalization & Labor
 LSTU-L 260: Leadership & Representation
 LSTU-L 290: Photographic Images of Labor & Class
 LSTU-L 314: Ethical Dilemmas in the Workplace
 LSTU-L 315: The Organization of Work  
 LSTU-L 331: Global Problems, Local Solutions
 PHIL-P 394: Feminist Philosophy
 REL-R 383: Religion Ethics, and US Society
 SOC-R 320: Sexuality and Society
 SOC-R 325: Gender and Society
 SOC-R 461: Race and Ethnic Relations
 SWK-S 251: History and Analysis of Social Welfare Policy
 SWK-S 322: Small Group Theory and Practice
 SWK-S 331: Generalist Social Work Practice I: Theory and Skills
 SWK-S 332: Generalist Social Work Practice II: Theory and Skills
 SWK-S 352: Social Welfare Policy and Practice
 SWK-S 371: Social Work Research
 SWK-S 423: Organizational Theory and Practice
 SWK-S 433: Community Behavior and Practice with a Generalist Perspective
 TCM 36000: Communication in Engineering Practice
 TCM 37000: Oral Practicum for Technical Managers
 TCM 46000: Engineering Communication in Academic Contexts
 WOST-W 105: Intro to Women’s Studies
D. One 3-credit 400-level capstone course to guide students as trained facilitators tofacilitate dialogues in subsequent general education “dialogue intensive” courses for theirpeers.