Gender, Race, and Economy Certificate
The Economics Department offers a Graduate Certificate in Gender, Race and Economy consisting of 12 credit hours (6 credit hours in selected economics graduate level classes and 6 credit hours in appropriate graduate level classes from any other discipline).
The certificate enables graduate students from a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds to develop a specialty in analyzing economic issues of Gender, Race and Economy.
|Starting in:||Fall / Spring|
|Location:||Fairborn, OH, United States|
“Wright State has excellent research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. I can work with leading experts in my field.”
Chao Liu (China) // M.B.A.
- Political Economy of Women
- Gender and Economic Policy in International Compar
- Economic Studies
- History of the Ideas of Race
- The African Diaspora
- Studies in Literature, Gender and Sexuality
- Studies in Ethnic and Regional Literature