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Diversity Certificate Program

The University of North Georgia (UNG) offers a graduate–level certificate program that is designed to provide education and training in diversity for professionals from various industries including K-12, higher education, health care settings, as well as business and industry. This program will equip professionals to make a difference in their places of employment. It includes ten hours of graduate-level coursework for completion and is delivered in an online format to accommodate the schedules of busy professionals.

Campus Availability

Online 

Courses Offered

  • EDUC 7789 : Intro to Issues in Diversity
  • EDUC 7793: Current Issues and Trends in Diversity
  • EDUC 7794: Diverse Topics in Professional Settings

Please note: Candidates will complete all assignments, discussions, and activities online in the Desire2Learn course management system

Quick Info

  • Available to all degrees: educational, professional, healthcare, etc.
  • Fully online program
  • Program begins each fall.
  • Three course program equaling 10 semester hours.
  • Can be completed within two semesters.

Program Contact

Dr. Kelly McFaden, coordinator

Contact: Reginia Boling
8 Chestatee House Dahlonega Campus
706-864-1600 COEgrads@ung.edu

Accreditation Information

All teacher education programs are approved by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GA-PSC) and accredited by the former National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), now Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). See the currently approved list of certification programs at UNGnew window.

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