New Graduate Certificate: Working with Native Communities
Effective Fall 2023, the Working with Native Communities graduate certificate will open to graduate-level students/learners from all majors at the University of Utah, including business, social work, education, health services, mining, and public office. Upon completing the Certificate, students will have the skills, knowledge, and dispositions required to respectfully work on contemporary concerns that impact Native communities.
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M+ ESL/M.Ed. University District Partnership Program (M+ Program)
For Canyons School District only
ECS 5647/6647 Enrollment Information
Note: This course is required for the ESL Endorsement
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