What is Globalization and Governance?

Globalization has brought fundamental changes to the conduct and study of local, national, international and transnational politics. This Certificate in Globalization and Governance focuses on the dynamics of globalization and the challenges it presents to politics, governance and public policy throughout the Global North and South.

Why add this certificate to your degree?

The Globalization and Governance Certificate provides recognition of your specialization in the study of globalization and its relationship with the evolving character of governance throughout the world.

What experiences are involved in obtaining this certificate?

The Certificate in Globalization and Governance requires students to integrate ★27 of designated courses into their major, minor, or Honors program in Political Science. Approved courses will count towards both the certificate and degree requirements. Click here for a list of currently eligible courses.

What additional courses are required?

While fulfilling the requirements for your major, minor, or Honors program in Political Science, you must complete a minimum of 27 course weights from the list of designated Globalization and Governance courses. These are not additional courses; they are courses taken in the process of meeting your degree requirements, and count toward both your degree and the Certificate. Click here for a list of currently eligible courses.