International Diploma in Operational Humanitarian Assistance (Adv Cert)
While our courses can be taken stand-alone, they can also be taken in pursuit of an advanced certificate certified by New York State's Education Department. Upon successful completion of any of these programs, students will receive an Advanced Certificate from Fordham University's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) that is equivalent to 8 graduate level academic credits. Courses are designed to accommodate the schedules and work patterns of humanitarian workers through one-, two-, and four-week intensive sessions held in exciting locations around the world, including Amman, Barcelona, Kathmandu, New York City, and Vienna. These credits are accepted towards our Master of Arts in International Humanitarian Action (MIHA) and may be transferred to other academic institutions.
|HUAF 5030||HUMANITARIAN LOGISTICS||2|
|HUAF 5031||COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION||2|
|HUAF 5010||HUMANITARIAN NEGOTIATION||2|
|One elective course||2|
|HUAF 5020||HUMANITARIAN ASPECTS OF MIGRATION||2|
|HUAF 5040||COMMUNICATIONS AND MEDIA IN HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS||2|
|HUAF 5055||HUMAN RIGHTS & HUMAN CRISES||2|
|HUAF 5060||DISASTER MANAGEMENT||2|
|HUAF 5100||CIVIL MILITARY COOPERATION||2|
|HUAF 5150||Mental Health in Complex Emergencies||2|
|HUAF 5155||EDUCATION IN EMERGENCIES||2|
|HUAF 5160||URBAN DISASTER, VULNERABILITY AND DISPLACEMENT: HUMANITARIAN ACTION AND RESPONSE||2|
More in-depth information about course offerings can be found on our page on the Fordham website.