Global Gender Policy
The graduate certificate program in this functional specialty requires a minimum of fifteen credit hours.
Students must complete core courses in Global Gender Policy (IAFF 6102) and Research Methods in Global Gender Issues (IAFF 6118) or substitute three one-credit skills classes.
Required Core Courses:
- OR - Can substitute three one-credit skills classes:*
[One additional skills class on a variety of topics, with approval of the program director]
*NOTE: No more than a total of four skills courses can be applied to a graduate certificate.
Supporting Courses (choose three):
IAFF 6118 Special Topics in International Affairs
*Can only be used as a supporting course if not selected as part of core requirement
- Gender, Tourism, and Development
- Gender, Disaster & Policy
- Human Trafficking
- Violence, Gender & Humanitarian Assistance
Students may take ONE undergraduate class for graduate credit as a supporting course with permission from the program director, academic advisor, and instructor (who must agree to assign additional work) at the graduate level:
IAFF 2190W Special Topics
IAFF 3183 Special Topics in Development Policy
Students may substitute other GW and consortium courses with the approval of the Certificate advisor.