The Critical Hmong Studies Certificate program is designed for students who have a strong interest in studying Hmong history, culture, society, language, and contemporary issues. This certificate also offers a great opportunity to students who are interested in academic areas beyond their major discipline, or those who interact with Hmong communities on a professional basis. The certificate consists of 6 core credits and between 6-7 elective credits, depending on the course combination selected.
Of the minimum 15 credits required, six would need to be at the 300-400 level (including electives). Elements of the certificate would include (1) Language; (2) Hmong History, Culture, & Society; (3) Critical Race Theory (CRT); (4) Electives.
|HMNG 130||Hmong American Experiences in the U.S.||3|
|Or HUMS 110||
Hmong Civilization, Culture, and Contemporary Issues1
|HMNG 101||Beginning Hmong I||4|
|ES 385||Social Foundations: Human Relations||3|
|HMNG 102||Beginning Hmong II||4|
|AIS 444||Indigenous Theory and Methodologies||3|
Topics in American Ethnic Literature2
1 HUMS 110 has been deactivated as of the Fall 2018 semester.
Variable credit options:
- Travel seminars focused on Hmong Studies
Note: Courses cannot be counted in both the major and the certificate program.
For advising, contact Dr. Kong Pha at firstname.lastname@example.org (Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program).