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Cultural Competence Co-Curricular Certificate

The Cultural Competence Co-Curricular Certificate (C4) engages University of North Georgia Undergraduate and Graduate Students with the opportunity to enhance one’s cultural diversity understanding. C4 is crafted to offer students participants an opportunity to learn more about the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusion while providing a greater understanding of how we can and should work together to build a stronger and more inclusive Nighthawk community. Participants will also gain valuable knowledge and skills that will enable them to more effectively work and lead in the workplace.

The C4 Initiative is offered in partnership with Mike Cottrell College of Business Personal Roadmap to Ongoing Success (PROS) Program. In conjunction to C4 being offered to all students, PROS students do have the ability to participate for a Professional Development Credit for the PROS Programs.

Certificate Requirements

Attend five workshop sessions with a combination of diversity, equity, and inclusion-based workshops/trainings, cultural heritage month programs, diversity and inclusion lectures, and/or multicultural speakers.

Core Session - "The Introduction to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion" or "Diversity in Business"

In this presentation (face-to-face or virtual) workshop session, you will learn about the concepts of diversity, equity and inclusion and how the understanding of these concepts can improve your leadership abilities. The core session is offered every fall and spring semester.

Elective Courses

Along with the required core session, you will choose four electives to attend and reflect upon. These electives can be any presentation, lecture or workshop offered by the university. An updated list of upcoming events can always be found in UNG Connect (login required).

Course Completion

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