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Human Values Certificate

The Human Values Certificate is a twelve-credit program that promotes dialogue on ideas
which best exemplify the human condition and the values which help to define it. Students will
take two courses which explore a theme
presented by the annual Tanner Lecturer in Human Values while studying that concept in
various critical and literary texts. These courses are required for the Human Values Certificate in addition to six credits of electives as designated in the catalogue.

The program is open to both undergraduate and graduate students.

Undergraduate students who complete the certificate program are eligible to apply for the
full-tuition Tanner Scholarship or the half-tuition Tanner Fellowship. One scholar and up to two
Fellows will be chosen each year.

Humanities 3100 - Introduction to Human Values
Humanities 3190 - Human Values Capstone

The Certificate is offered through the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Graduate Course:
Humanities 6100 - Masters in Human Values

The certificate for graduate students is obtained through the Masters of Interdisciplinary Studies