Students who earn this certificate will receive interdisciplinary preparation to handle the unique, multi-disciplinary problems associated with working in the area of conservation and sustainable development. Students in the natural sciences will add a social science perspective to their understanding of the ecology of development, and students in the social sciences will learn ecological principles so that their decisions can be grounded in biological fact.
The Environmental Ethics Certificate Program (EECP) is a non-degree program offered at the University of Georgia as an enhancement to an undergraduate or graduate degree. The EECP is an interdisciplinary program, drawing faculty and students from many different departments on campus. We are formally part of the College of Environment and Design.
The Geographic Information Science Certificate Program is designed to prepare graduate and undergraduate students with the basic training necessary to enter the rapidly expanding field of geographic information science (GIS). There are three components to the curriculum: a set of prerequisite courses to gain entry to the program, a set of core courses required of all students enrolled in the certificate program, and a set of elective courses that permit exploration of more advanced themes in GIS and/or development of individual research projects or internships in GIS.
The Interdisciplinary Qualitative Graduate Certificate Program is an educational program to advance interdisciplinary inquiry through the pluralistic use of multiple methods. It seeks to generate knowledge for improving professional practice and advancing human understanding.
Students who earn a Certificate in Latin American Studies enhance their opportunities to work in international business and finance, consulting, international development, technology cooperation and in overseas positions with American companies in Latin America and the Caribbean. Besides their formal major, the certificate entitles the prospective UGA graduate recognition of his/her mastery of the language and culture of the region and facilitates more connections at the local level.
The core of INAS’ instructional mission is its undergraduate and graduate certificate programs. These programs permit students to earn UGA degrees in any field, while earning a separate credential attesting to special expertise in Native American Studies. We believe that a certificated degree in Native American Studies is an ideal springboard for any number of future endeavors.
The purpose of the certificate is to expose students to the rapidly expanding interdisciplinary scholarship on women that might otherwise be neglected in their traditional curricula. Interested graduate students must first contact the program advisor to submit an application and to select an interdisciplinary program of study.
The journal Science Advances is a premier publication; having work published in it highlights the team's innovative research. Archaeologist Jennifer Birch and her colleagues find that pottery types give insights into some relationships of Iroquoian16th-17th century populations.Read the article here.
What do we know about early Urbanism? A zooarchaeological perspective on animal exploitation patterns during the Bronze Age periods in Northern Mesopotamia