The short-term technical certificate is designed for students who are planning on using Appalachian Studies to enhance their careers in a variety of disciplines such as: Sociology, Social Work, Education, Government, Health Care, and Public Safety (i.e., fire and police work). The student who pursues this short-term technical certificate will use the certificate to supplement their professional development.
This certificate enhances careers in Sociology, Social Work, Education, Government, Health Care, Public Safety and related fields.
This program matches similar programs offered by: Shawnee State, Ohio University, Eastern Kentucky University, and Marshal University
|HUM 1141||Appalachian History & Culture||3|
|HUM 1142||Native American History||3|
|HUM 1140 (Appalachian Folkways) OR SOC 1101 (Introduction to Sociology) OR SOC 1145 (Introduction to Cultural Anthropology)||3|
|SOC 1108 (Appalachian Families) OR SOC 2210 (Cultural Humility for Working with Youth) OR REL 2255 (People & Religion)||3|
|GEO 1206 (Appalachian Environment) OR HIS 1101 (United States History I) OR HIS 1102 (United States History II) OR HIS 2215 (Survey of African History) OR HIS 2218 (History of Ohio)||3|
|SCC 1101||First Year Experience||1|