Certificate in Poverty and Inequality - Spring 2017

Still deciding on classes for this quarter? Interested in why inequality is rising and poverty is so intransigent? The Stanford Certificate in Poverty and Inequality, which recognizes undergraduates who have completed a rigorous program of study in the field of poverty and inequality, has many qualifying courses on offer this quarter, including the Housing Justice Research Lab (CSRE 99), Using Big Data to Solve Economic and Social Problems (ECON 45), Business and Public Policy Perspectives on U.S. Inequality (MGTECON 327), The Politics of Inequality (POLISCI 147P), Race and Crime (PSYCH 150), Poverty, Inequality, and Social Policy in the United States (SOC 135), and many more. A full list of courses is available here.

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April, 2017

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