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Why Choose Public Advocacy? - Program Spotlight
In the workplace or in the community, we are faced with issues that require people to take position and to advocate for better solutions. Advocacy is a key communication skill for all careers, but especially for careers in law, government and social services. The ability to advocate appropriately and effectively for personal needs contributes to life satisfaction.
This Public Advocacy certificate is open to any student admitted to Ferris State University. The certificate is designed to complement any Ferris major program, or to provide additional post-baccalaureate skills and training.
Students desiring to complete this certificate should file an official declaration with the certificate advisor as soon as possible, and meet with that advisor regularly. The Public Advocacy certificate requires a minimum of 12 credits of course work and a minimum 2.0 grade point average in all course work comprising the certificate. Also, 50% of the credits for the certificate must be taught by Ferris State University.
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