A number of certificate options can be taken as a supplement to your degree:
Certificate in Intercultural Communication
This certificate recognizes academic learning, volunteer and work experience, and language skills related to the effective use of communication in diverse cultural contexts, an important skill set needed for career development in a global market. Find out more at the Intercultural Communication Certificate website.
Certificate in Interdisciplinary Health Studies
With this certificate you will learn about the breadth of study that is connected with health: social, psychological, physical and spiritual influences on health and avenues for social, physical and political change, while developing essential information gathering, management, analysis, interpretation and communication skills. Find out more at the Interdisciplinary Health Studies Certificate website.
Certificate in Disability Management
As a graduate of the Dalhousie Certificate in Disability Management you will be eligible to work in the field of disability management, and once you gain some work experience, to apply for voluntary national certification exams. For aspiring human resource professionals, this specialized certificate will provide you with the tools and confidence to negotiate new hires and develop return-to-work plans for employees with accommodation needs. Find out more at the Certificate in Disability Management website.
Certificate in Indigenous Studies
Enhance your familiarity with Indigenous knowledge and knowledge of Indigenous issues with this certificate program that is open to all. In addition to the existing Minor in Indigenous Studies --open to students in the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Science, and Management-- students in these and other faculties now have the option of completing a Certificate in Indigenous Studies. Find out more at the Certificate in Indigenous Studies website.