Diversity (choose one course)

Courses which meet the diversity requirement integrate two or more of the following categories as a major component throughout the course: class, gender, race, ethnicity, geographic origin, ability, age, sexual orientation and/or religion. Specific required, graded assignments will be used to assess students’ understanding of the diversity categories emphasized in the course.

It is expected that courses meeting the diversity requirement will also fulfill an LE, a major, or a minor requirement and therefore will be drawn from courses already in the existing course rotation. Other courses may be developed and added to this list.

Requirement Description
Credit Hours Prerequisites
ANTH 160 Introduction to Anthropology (4)    
ANTH 252 Cultural Anthropology (4)    
ANTH 311 Human Evolution and Archeology (4)    
ANTH 322 Myth, Magic, and the Supernatural (4)    
ANTH 355 Indian Peoples in the U.S. (4)    
ANTH 366 Political Anthropology (4)    
COMM 360 Race, Gender, Class & the Media (3)    
ECON 311 History of Economic Thought (4)   ECON 105 or ECON 253 or HON 211
ECON 420 Labor Relations Economics (4)   ECON 253, 263
EDUC 302 Foundations of Education in a Diverse Society (4)   *Co-Requisites: EDUC 303
ENGL 339A Queer Theory (4)   ENGL 269
ENGL 356A U.S. Minority Literature (4)   ENGL 269
ENGL 356D Native American Literature (4)   ENGL 269
FILM 220 World Cinema (4)   FILM 110
FINC 435 International Finance (4)   FINC 300
GNDR 100 Intro to Gender Studies (4)    
HIST 212 World History to 1500 (4)   HIST 112, 113, 212, or 220
HIST 316 The Civil War through 1890 (3)   HIST 112, 113, 212, or 220
HIST 319 American Women’s History (3)    
HON 222 Science, Power and Diversity (4)    
JUST 310 Law and Society (4)    
MGMT 490 International Management (4)   MGMT 305
MKTG 340 International Marketing (4)   MKTG300
NURS 408 Community Health Nursing (6)    
PHIL 100D Introduction to Philosophy, diversity emphasis (3)    
PHIL 206D Introduction to Ethics, diversity emphasis (3)    
PSYC 105D Introduction to Psychology, diversity emphasis (4)    
PSYC 325 Multicultural Psychology (4)    
PSYC 335 Psychology of Women (4)   PSYC 105 or SOC 105
PSYC 420 Community Psychology (4)   PSYC 105 or SOC 105
REL 101 Religions of the World (3)    
SOC 105 Introduction to Sociology (4)    
SOC 253 Sociology of the Family (4)    
SOC 305 Contemporary Issues (4)    
SOC 372 Race, Ethnicity, and Class (4)    
     
TOTAL (taking full advantage of double-dipping) 39–49