Multicultural (3 hours)

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Multicultural

Multicultural refers to awareness of race, ethnicity, class, and gender, as well as other diversity issues involved in improving human relations. Courses in this area explore the dynamics of multiculturalism in our global society by studying periods (contemporary or historical), groups, cultural artifacts such as art, music, literature, or key themes. Studying these topics help us pursue the goal of inclusive excellence by presenting a balanced range of critical perspectives so that students and faculty find a way to converse honestly, rationally, and in an informed way about the issues of our multicultural society.

 

Course ID
& Credit Hours
Course Title Type Description
AD 227 - 3 History of African American Art Multicultural Course Description
AD 267 - 3 Picturing Difference: Native, African and European Americans in American Art Multicultural Course Description
AD 307I - 3 Women in Visual Arts: Social and Educational Contexts Multicultural Course Description
AD 317I - 3 Contemporary Native American Art: Anthropological Perspective Multicultural Course Description
AFR 215 - 3 Black American Experience in a Pluralistic Society Multicultural Course Description
AFR 227 - 3 History of African American Art Multicultural Course Description
AFR 303I - 3 Women, Blues, and Literature Multicultural Course Description
AFR 325 - 3 Black American Writers Multicultural
Advanced UCC Course
Course Description
ANTH 202 - 3 America’s Diverse Cultures Multicultural Course Description
ANTH 204 - 3 Latino Cultures in America Multicultural Course Description
ANTH 298 - 1 Multicultural Applied Experience Multicultural Course Description
AVM 298 - 1 Multicultural Applied Experience Multicultural Course Description
CCJ 203 - 3 Crime, Justice and Social Diversity Multicultural Course Description
CMST 201 - 3 Performing Culture Multicultural Course Description
CMST 301I - 3 Communication Across Cultures Multicultural Course Description
DH 298 - 3 Multicultural Applied Experience Multicultural Course Description
DH 417 - 3 Multicultural/Geriatrics/IPC Multicultural
Advanced UCC Course
Course Description
EDUC - 211 - 3 Diversity in Education Multicultural
Advanced UCC Course
Course Description
ENGL 205 - 3 Cultural Diversity in American Literature Multicultural Course Description
ENGL 212 - 3 Introduction to American Studies Multicultural Course Description
ENGL 225 - 3 Women in Literature Multicultural
Advanced UCC Course
Course Description
ENGL 325 - 3 Black American Writers Multicultural
Advanced UCC Course
Course Description
ENGR 304I - 3 Social History of American Technology Multicultural Course Description
FL 298 - 3 Multicultural Applied Experience Multicultural Course Description
FL 301I - 3 Cross-Cultural Orientation Multicultural Course Description
FR 200 - 3 Women in French and Francophone Literatures Multicultural Course Description
HIST 202 - 3 America’s Religious Diversity Multicultural Course Description
HIST 212 - 3 Introduction to American Studies Multicultural Course Description
HIST 300 - 3 The Origins of Modern America, 1492-1877 Multicultural
Advanced UCC Course
Course Description
HIST 368 - 3 American Religious History Multicultural
Advanced UCC Course
Course Description
KIN 210 - 3 Diversity in American Sport Multicultural Course Description
LING 201 - 3 Language Diversity in the USA Multicultural Course Description
LING 298 - 1 Multicultural Applied Experience Multicultural Course Description
LING 320I - 3 Language, Gender and Power Multicultural Course Description
MCMA 204 - 3 Alternative Media in a Diverse Society Multicultural Course Description
MUS 203 - 3 Diversity and Popular Music in American Culture Multicultural Course Description
MUS 303I - 3 Women, Blues and Literature Multicultural Course Description
PHIL 210 - 3 The American Mind Multicultural Course Description
PHIL 211 - 3 Philosophy and Diversity: Gender, Race and Class Multicultural Course Description
PHIL 308I - 3 Asian Religions: A Philosophical Approach Multicultural Course Description
POLS 215 - 3 Politics of Diversity in the United States Multicultural Course Description
POLS 352I - 3 Ethnicity, Nationalism and Culture Multicultural Course Description
PSYC 223 - 3 Diversity in the Workplace Multicultural Course Description
PSYC 233 - 3 Psychology of Gender in a Diverse Context Multicultural Course Description
SOC 215 - 3 Race and Ethnic Relations in the United States Multicultural Course Description
SOC 223 - 3 Women and Men in Contemporary Society Multicultural Course Description
SOC 298 - 1 Multicultural Applied Experience Multicultural Course Description
SOC 304I - 3 Global Perspectives on the Family Multicultural Course Description
WGSS 200 - 3 Women in French and Francophone Literatures Multicultural Course Description
WGSS 201 - 3 Multicultural Perspectives on Women, Gender and Sexuality Multicultural Course Description
WGSS 223 - 3 Women and Men in Contemporary Society Multicultural Course Description
WGSS 225 - 3 Women in Literature Multicultural
Advanced UCC Course
Course Description
WGSS 233 - 3 Psychology of Gender in Diverse Context Multicultural Course Description
WGSS 298 - 3 Multicultural Applied Experience Option Multicultural Course Description
WGSS 301I - 3 Women in Science, Engineering and Technology Multicultural Course Description
WGSS 303I - 3 Women, Blues and Literature Multicultural Course Description
WGSS 307I - 3 Women in the Visual Arts: Social and Educational Contexts Multicultural Course Description
WGSS 320 I- 3 Language, Gender and Power Multicultural Course Description