Civic Education (Certificate)

The civic education certificate program helps prepare undergraduate students for careers in primary and secondary education where the teaching of government and civics may be involved. The program is also preparation for careers or participation in politics, public service, civic and social movements and for further education in law, journalism, business, history, sociology, political science, public administration, social work and other fields where an understanding of questions of citizenship, leadership, community, democracy, public responsibility and ethics is crucial.

Degree Offered

Civic Education (Certificate)
Liberal Arts & Sciences, The College of


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