The 12-credit Certificate of Graduate Study in Culturally Responsive Practices is offered through the School of Education and Human Development and is designed to accommodate individuals who wish to obtain a basic background in culturally responsive practices in education and human development, especially: teachers, educational technicians, counselors, and leaders in education.
Program Requirements (12 credits)
Students are required to select at least one School of Education and Human Development (SEHD) course from the list below to ground their understandings in pedagogical practices.
Other courses as approved by the program advisor.
Students may choose from the following USM courses. A number of courses are offered outside of the School of Education and Human Development.