Advocacy and Public Engagement Training Minor
The Minor/Certificate in Advocacy and Public Engagement affirms the role of students and scholars as active citizens, community leaders, and partners in empowerment. This minor draws on the Department’s long-standing strengths in Applied Anthropology, or Public Anthropology as it is more generally known today. This sub-field encourages student activism by offering a critical, cross-cultural perspective on major public issues, and demonstrates how to effect change by drawing on political forces outside the discipline.
Certificate in Advocacy and Public Engagement Training
Current York students may complete the requirements of the certificate while they pursue degrees in other York programs.
The certificate program is also open to students who have already completed a university degree program.
Applicants without prior university education may apply to be admitted to the direct-entry certificate program through York University’s mature student application process.