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Studies in Diversity Issues - EDUC 7991

The course is being offered online through the College of Education and will be taught by Dr. Carly Womack-Wynne, EdD. A 9-hour graduate level diversity certificate is currently being developed, and the intent is that this course will be used to meet any future certificate requirements. 

This 3-hour course will focus on issues involving diversity and multiculturalism from a variety of perspectives and academic disciplines. It will feature a specific global issue that is investigated through a cross-national comparative study, and issues will differ each semester.

Faculty and staff may use the Tuition Assistance Program or TAP to pay for the course. Note that the TAP deadline is for this course is Oct. 1, and that TAP requires supervisor approval. Please see below for additional course details and application information.

Studies in Diversity Issues - EDUC 7991

  • Course dates - Oct. 12 through Dec. 11
  • Open to all UNG faculty and staff who hold at least a bachelor’s degree.
  • Apply through graduate admissions as a non-degree seeking student.
  • Application fee will be waived.
  • Applicants with bachelor degrees will need to provide unofficial undergraduate transcripts and have a 2.5 undergraduate GPA.
  • Applicants with graduate degrees will need to supply unofficial transcripts for his/her highest degree.
  • Application deadline: Tuesday, September 15, 2015
  • TAP application deadline: October 1, 2015

Questions about Graduate Admissions

If you have questions about graduate admission, please contact Dr. Bill Gash, associate vice president for academic affairs, at or 678-717-2357. Questions about the course should be directed to Dr. Carlise Womack-Wynne, EdD, at or 678-717-3687.

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