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Honors Globalization: India

Undergraduate Certificate Program

University Park

Richard Stoller
10 Schreyer Honors College
Phone: 814-865-2060

Honors Globalization: India

The certificate represents completion of a six-credit sequence of honors coursework including spring and fall courses and a five-week summer program in India, plus an additional six credits of India-related coursework as verified by the Schreyer Honors College.  Students who complete certificate requirements will achieve an integration of classroom and experiential learning about India and will acquire a framework for understanding that can be applied to other countries or regions.

Students must complete a Schreyer Honors College integrated program plus additional relevant coursework, for a minimum of 12 credits. Six credits of core courses include a three-credit interdisciplinary introduction to India, followed by one credit for the in-country experience, and a two-credit follow-up course.  Six credits of additional courses may be India-specific courses, Hindi (or other Indian) language courses, or thematic or comparative courses with relevance to the region

Effective Semester:  Fall Semester 2013



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