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  • Graduate Certificates, University of Cincinnati
    Real World Learning Components Optional internship s Research Duration varies Admission Criteria Selective Location Main Campus Department German Studies McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact Department of German Studies ML 0372 Cincinnati OH 45221 0372 Todd Herzog Email todd herzog uc edu Phone 513 556 2751 Student Success Factors Successful students in this major possess a creative visual learning style They enjoy exploring new forms of art and thinking critically about the world Career Possibilities Film Production Television Production Media Production Artist Scholar Actor Editor Producer Journalist Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Major Details This 14 16 credit hour certificate program will provide students with a critical understanding of film television and ditigal media that integrates history theory and praxis It can be completed in just one semester and is typically taken in conjunction with a degree from another program The program builds on and expands existing courses at UC and will complement existing undergraduate certificate programs in Film and Media Studies and Critical Visions Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward completion of academic programs It is important to utilize these resources with personalized guidance from a UC academic advisor regularly to ensure timely graduation My Degree Audit for confirmed and current students My Transfer Course Equivalencies for students considering transfer to UC UC Schedule of Classes search course availability and descriptions Curriculum Guide Versions The program will have two required courses both of which already exist but which will be retitled and cross listed in order to mark their place in the new program 15 ANTH 7074 Advanced Topics Seeing as Social Practice and 15 GRMN 8011 Media 1 Visual and Media Studies Both of these will be cross listed in participating programs In

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  • Graduate Certificates, University of Cincinnati
    Graduate Certificate for Teachers of English is intended for secondary school teachers of English who are seeking the necessary credentials to be able to teach dual credit college and high school courses in their high schools This certificate will provide teachers with the required 18 graduate credit hours of coursework in the discipline of English composition This graduate certificate program requires completion of four required courses consisting of Digital Composing Intermediate Composition Theories of Composing and Teaching College Writing and two additional elective courses chosen from Rhetorical Grammar or Writing with Style and from Topics in Rhetoric or Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition Students successfully completing this program may apply to and continue in a master s degree program in Education show hide Quick Info Program Code 15GC TENG Duration varies Admission Criteria Selective Location Main Campus Department English and Comparative Literature McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact Dept of English and Comparative Literature PO Box 210069 Cincinnati OH 45221 0069 Laura Micciche Email laura micciche uc edu Phone 513 556 6519 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward completion of academic programs It is important to utilize these resources with personalized guidance from a UC academic advisor regularly to ensure timely graduation My Degree Audit for confirmed and current students My Transfer Course Equivalencies for students considering transfer to UC UC Schedule of Classes search course availability and descriptions Curriculum Guide Versions Admission Requirements To be accepted into the Certificate Program an applicant must have the following A bachelor s degree from an accredited institution in any of the following areas English or an equivalent degree in the humanities Secondary Education English Middle Grades Education English Minimum

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  • Graduate Certificates, University of Cincinnati
    French is intended for secondary school teachers of Spanish or French who are seeking the necessary credentials to be able to teach dual credit college and high school courses in their high schools This certificate will provide teachers with the required 18 graduate credit hours of coursework in the discipline of Spanish or French This graduate certificate program requires completion of four courses in Applied Linguistics literature and film which are taught in the evening during the academic year and one course in Spanish and French culture taught during the summer session students should be able to complete the requirements for the certificate within 12 months Students successfully completing this program may apply to and continue in a master s degree programs in either French or Spanish show hide Quick Info Program Code 15GC TSPF Duration varies Admission Criteria Selective Location Main Campus Department Romance Languages and Literatures McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact Dept of Romance Languages Literatures PO Box 210377 Cincinnati OH 45221 0377 Maria Paz Moreno Email maria paz moreno uc edu Phone 513 556 1834 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward completion of academic programs It is important to utilize these resources with personalized guidance from a UC academic advisor regularly to ensure timely graduation My Degree Audit for confirmed and current students My Transfer Course Equivalencies for students considering transfer to UC UC Schedule of Classes search course availability and descriptions Curriculum Guide Versions Admission Requirements Applicants will be expected to hold a bachelor s degree Applicants must submit the following Official transcript of all college level work taken for credit at any college or university Three letters of recommendation by colleagues or

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  • Graduate Certificates, University of Cincinnati
    selection of topical seminars and directed readings Students successfuly completing this certificate program may be able to use these credits toward the completion of appropriate Masters in History and Masters in Education degrees show hide Quick Info Program Code 15GC THST Duration varies Admission Criteria Selective Location Main Campus Department History McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact Department of History 360F McMicken Hall Cincinnati OH 45221 0373 Tracy Teslow Email tracy teslow uc edu Phone 513 556 2557 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward completion of academic programs It is important to utilize these resources with personalized guidance from a UC academic advisor regularly to ensure timely graduation My Degree Audit for confirmed and current students My Transfer Course Equivalencies for students considering transfer to UC UC Schedule of Classes search course availability and descriptions Curriculum Guide Versions UC Advantages and Special Opportunities Students enjoy the benefits of our mid sized graduate program a varied curriculum combined with personal attention from faculty A vibrant community of scholars both students and faculty creates a lively learning environment Students select a concentration in United States European or World and everyone receives broad training taking courses in methodology and historiography as well as more specialized seminars offered in areas of faculty expertise Students also take at least one comparative seminar in which a theme is explored across national boundaries such as gender race or urban history Graduate seminars meet once a week always after 2 00 p m and core required seminars after 4 00 p m Directed Reading courses can be arranged during the Summer term Admission Requirements Applicants will usually be expected to hold a bachelor s degree in

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  • Graduate Certificates, University of Cincinnati
    Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Majors Minors Certificates 3 Year Programs Pre Professional Tracks 4 1 Programs bachelor s master s Master s Degrees Doctoral Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Graduate Certificates Back to Program List Women s Gender Sexuality Studies The Women s Gender and Sexuality Studies WGSS Graduate Certificate can be a particularly valuable credential for professionals seeking expertise in issues pertaining to gender sexuality and diversity in the labor force and to current graduate students who wish to complement their studies with a focus on women gender and or sexuality issues As such it is open to both non degree and degree seeking students It is particularly useful for those who wish to teach in the field of WGSS and for those who wish to have some expertise of gender issues for their future careers Degree seeking WGSS Graduate Certificate students are enrolled in master s doctoral and professional programs as diverse as Architecture Criminal Justice Counseling Education English History Law Musicology Planning Political Science Psychology Romance Languages and Literature Sociology and Speech Communication Our non degree students have included teachers social service providers attorneys and people working in the corporate sector who seek training and or professional development show hide Quick Info Program Code 15GC WGS Duration 1 years Location Main Campus Department Women s Gender Sexuality Studies McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact Anne Runyan Email anne runyan uc edu Phone 513 556 6776 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward completion of academic programs It is important to utilize these resources with personalized

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  • Graduate Certificates, University of Cincinnati
    completed within a single academic year Upon completion of the program participants will receive a printed graduate certificate from the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences The Certificate serves a diverse student body It offers a transition year for college graduates seeking to apply to Masters and Ph D programs in fields directly related to Judaic Studies For graduate students already in such a Masters or Ph D program the Certificate includes training for teaching introductory courses in Judaic Studies to undergraduates For local professionals and graduate students in other fields the Certificate offers accredited professional development and expertise in a specific subject area through graduate level courses in Judaic Studies show hide Quick Info Program Code 15GC JUDC Real World Learning Components Optional internship s Duration 1 years Admission Criteria Selective Location Main Campus Department JUDC Judaic Studies McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact 3506 French Hall PO Box 210169 Cincinnati OH 45221 0169 Adi Gordon Email adi gordon uc edu Phone 513 556 6669 Student Success Factors Successful candidates for the Graduate Certificate in Judaic Studies come from a wide variety of backgrounds and skills They demonstrate the core abilities and skills required in many liberal arts disciplines academic focus intellectual curiosity love of reading the ability to develop high level critical thinking skills A B A in Judaic Studies or other form of Jewish learning is a major advantage but is not obligatory In particular the Graduate Certificate in Judaic studies is suited to graduates who wish to study Judaism in its religious historical literary and cultural contexts and to integrate Jewish learning and knowledge in their work The program welcomes students of all backgrounds field biology students do not need to be mice and Judaic Studies students do not need to be Jewish Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress toward completion of academic programs It is important to utilize these resources with personalized guidance from a UC academic advisor regularly to ensure timely graduation My Degree Audit for confirmed and current students My Transfer Course Equivalencies for students considering transfer to UC UC Schedule of Classes search course availability and descriptions Curriculum Guide Versions Judaic Studies GC Curriculum Predominant Program Core Courses JUDC7035 Foundations of Judaism 4 JUDC6097 Introduction to Graduate Research in Judaic Studies 3 Groupings History Politics and Culture CLAS7003 Problems in Early Jewish and Christian History and Literature 4 HIST6023 US and Middle East Immigration and Refugees 3 HIST7052 Topics in the History of the Islamic World 4 JUDC3064 Jews in 20th Century Europe and the Middle East 3 JUDC6010 Antisemitism 3 JUDC6011 Special Topics in Judaic Studies History and Culture 1 6 Literature Language Film ENGC7066 Approaches to Diasporic Studies 3 ENGC7076 Approches to Biblical Literature 3 ENGC8066 Problems in Diasporic Studies 3 ENGL7050 Studies in Diasporic Literature and Nationalism 3 JUDC2011 Second Year Hebrew 1 DC HU 3 JUDC2012 Second

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  • Graduate Certificates, University of Cincinnati
    a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Majors Minors Certificates 3 Year Programs Pre Professional Tracks 4 1 Programs bachelor s master s Master s Degrees Doctoral Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Graduate Certificates Back to Program List Asian Studies Asia is gaining increasing economic and strategic prominence in the world and Asian countries have rich and fascinating cultures and heritages The Asian Studies graduate certificate is an interdisciplinary program of study about Asia with courses in Anthropology Art History History Geography Economics Political Science Planning and other fields The certificate is a useful additional credential for students obtaining graduate degrees in the above disciplines as well as for students in business education planning engineering law and other areas It is also open to those not enrolled in a degree program at UC Link to Online Application show hide Quick Info Program Code 15GC AIST Duration 1 years Location Main Campus Department Interdisciplinary McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Contact Dennis Oneill Email oneilldc ucmail uc edu Phone 513 556 9313 Career Possibilities Additional career options are listed on the Center for Exploratory Studies website Curriculum These tools assist students to identify course requirements and individual progress

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  • Summer at the Field Center, University of Cincinnati
    and geologic history as well as our local geologic hazards of landslides hillslope mass movement and flooding The region s limestone and shale bedrock and its world renowned fossils will be examined collected and described evidence of the tri state region s glacial history will be explored and modern stream processes will be surveyed and sediments analyzed The goal of this field based course is to understand how our landscape formed its inherent hazards and the geologic foundation upon which it is built Dr Craig Dietsch is the instructor Wildflowers and Trees of Ohio May 11 to 31 T TH 10 AM to 1 30 PM SAT 9 AM to 4 PM For the non biology major this course provides an introduction to the diversity of the families of flowering plants with an emphasis on plants growing wild in the Ohio Indiana area Students will learn the plant anatomy and terminology involved in the acquisition of plant identification skills and will learn about the ecology of plants encountered on field trips The course will be based at the UC Center for Field Studies at Miami Whitewater Forest during May a great time for spring wildflowers Other locations such as Shawnee Lookout Fernald Preserve and the Oxbow Area will also be visited Dr Denis Conover is the instructor GPS Google Earth and Internet Mapping May 11 May 31 2015 M T W R F 2 00 4 30 pm This hands on experiential course will introduce students to basic field surveying and mapping techniques These are powerful tools that enable users to capture and display information from the world around us on maps Field mapping exercises will take place on campus and in the adjacent Burnet Woods Park Students will learn to use surveying tools including GPS and will learn how

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