Undergraduate Certificates

Mediterranean Studies Undergraduate Certificate

An undergraduate-level, non-degree offering consisting of 12 credit hours within College of Liberal Arts’ programs. The certificate can be completed by Auburn students, non-Auburn students, or working professionals. It is a great asset for students in any major or those working in business, non-profit, or political and academic settings.

The Mediterranean Studies certificate enhances the personal and professional growth of any engaged citizen who will work and live in an increasingly multicultural and global society. Employment opportunities range from small scale local companies to multi-national corporations. Examples of career fields include business, non-profit, politics, government, and humanities.

Requirements for Mediterranean Studies Certificate (12 Credit Hours)

Required Courses (6 credits)
  • AU Approved Study Abroad (3 credits)
  • Capstone/Practicum in Liberal Arts (3 credits)
Electives (6 credits) Courses listed below are 3 credits. Some foreign language courses may be 4 credits.
  • Intro to Art History       
  • Foundations of Art History I/II            
  • Renaissance Art in Italy         
  • World Literature before 1600             
  • World Literature after 1600 
  • Greek, Latin, Italian, French, Spanish
  • Global Geography 
  • Geography of Europe           
  • Europe in the Middle Ages    
  • Islamic History            
  • Appreciation of Music           
  • Music History            
  • Philosophy of Religion             
  • History of Ancient Philosophy              
  • Medieval Philosophy
  • Classical Political Philosophy
  • Special Topics in Philosophy           
  • European Union        
  • Arab Spring

Leadership for a Global Society

The Leadership for a Global Society undergraduate certificate will help prepare you to be a leader in a global environment. In addition to specific coursework on leadership, the certificate encourages critical thinking and stimulates reflection about the economic, social, political, and environmental contexts in which global community engagement and international interactions occur. The certificate can be completed by Auburn students, non-Auburn students, or working professionals and requires 12 credit hours.

Undergraduate Research

The Undergraduate Research certificate is designed to give students the opportunity to engage in undergraduate research and provide those students with an added credential that documents their work. Students will gain valuable research skills and experience that will help them become more marketable to employers and graduate schools. Completion of the certificate requires 12 credit hours, a project, a presentation and support from a faculty mentor.

Last Updated: April 03, 2020