As citizens of our communities and this world, we have a social responsibility to get involved, be receptive, and become civic leaders. This program bridges campus and community, bringing purpose to public service.
Why study Civic and Global Leadership at Sewanee?
The Civic and Global Leadership Certificate at Sewanee offers two tracks: development & human capabilities, and community & global health. Courses in the development and human capabilities track will expose you to topics such as the intersection of poverty and environmental protection, community mobilization, political institutions, and policies shaping poverty eradication. In the community and global health track, you’ll learn about the nature and significance of health care to human life and social development. You’ll also learn about the effects of health on the human condition and debates over how citizens get access to health care.