Comparative Cultures and Conflicts Certificate Whether you travel abroad for your career or for pleasure or just want to know more about world cultures, a graduate certificate in Comparative Cultures and Conflicts (CCC) from UAH will help you grow. Quality Faculty: Our faculty has expertise in the history of the Modern Middle East and Islam, Modern Europe and Russia, Modern Latin America and revolutions, United States military and diplomacy, contemporary United States public policy, technology, and the environment. You will study the cultural, political, economic, diplomatic, and military variables that influence various societies around the world. Work-Friendly: You will learn in a work-friendly and flexible hybrid course format that blends online instruction and discussion with face-to-face meetings. Your professors will help you grow professional skills in research, analysis, and communication as you learn about the modern world. Why pursue a CCC? To establish a global context for your career, whether in the civilian, military, science or technology sectors To analyze global patterns and their transformation over time To explain the causes and contexts of contemporary conflicts To explore U.S. relations and interactions with the world To consider the ways nations, groups, and individuals experience conflict To practice historical thinking as central to citizenship and leadership To develop skills in research, analysis, and communication Fall 2017 Classes: HY 589: Empires and Nations: Russia since 1900 HY 576: Being Young in the Modern Middle East HY 620: Studies in 20th Century US History: America in International Perspective Fall Course Schedule for History The program consists of: 5 designated CCC MA history courses 1 of the 5 courses may be a designated Political Science MA course Admittance: Apply online for admission 3.0 undergraduate GPA 300 on GRE 3.0 on analytical writing For more information, visit the Catalog. If you have any questions about the program or are interested in pursuing a CCC, contact Dr. Stephen Waring.