New Institutional Social Science
For individuals who
Work in an institutional setting. Are enrolled in a current NDSU Graduate School program.
Expanded understanding of institutions and their policies.
- Institutional Administrator
- Program Advisor
- Program Director
A New Institutional Social Science certificate expands the graduate student experience and opens up job opportunities by exposing students to diverse tools and ideas surrounding institutions and policies. Students will pursue research topics addressing society’s grand challenges and learn how institutions guide our political, economic, and social interactions.
The certificate program is open to any student enrolled in an NDSU Graduate School program (masters or doctoral). The program has no additional admissions requirements.
Students enrolled in the NDSU Graduate School can add the certificate to their degree program by completing and submitting this form.
Students are responsible for filling out the top section of the form and providing contact information for members of their home department. The Certificate Program Coordinator for the NISS certificate is Jeremy Jackson, firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions regarding the form, please contact Melissa Selders-Ortez at email@example.com.
|NISS 701||Survey of New Institutional Social Science||1|
|NISS 710||Workshop in New Institutional Social Science||3|
|ECON 762||New Institutional Economics||3|
|POLS 762||New Institutionalism in Political Science||3|
|PSYC 670||Experimental Social Psychology||3|
|or SOC 733||Organizations and the State|