Director, Laura Yoder

Certificate candidates are required to complete 16 hours of preparatory course work before the internship, including:

Required pre-internship courses:
HNGR 114Poverty, Justice and Transformation4
HNGR/ANTH 385Field Research Methods4
ANTH 353Culture and Difference4
Select one or more of the following:4
Marginal Voices in Old Testament Studies
Global Health
AIS: Gender and Global Health *
Nature, Environment & Society
AIS: Nature, Environment, and Society *
Topics in History (Indigenous Histories in the Majority World)
Islam: Foundations to Modernity
Social Change in Latin America
Latin American Colonial Literature (1492-1800)
Modern Latin American Literature
Politics of Global Development
Development Economics
Total Credits16
HNGR Internship courses:
HNGR 481Introduction to Global Christian Perspective0
HNGR 484Global Christian Perspective4
HNGR 491Introduction to Internship in Development0
HNGR 496Internship in Development4-8
Independent Study
Credit in either student's major field of study or under the HNGR Program2-4
Upon Return to Campus, post-internship course:
HNGR 494HNGR Capstone Integration Seminar2

College policy states that students shall not be allowed to take more than one AIS course.

Students who complete the preparatory course work, internship, independent study, and integrative seminar will receive the Human Needs and Global Resources Certificate in recognition of fulfillment of all requirements.