Diversity Courses

Diversity Courses

Courses listed also count in General Education unless identified with an asterisk (*).  All courses are 3 units.

Classes written in PURPLE are available during the Fall 2014 semester

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

AFRIAMR 100 Introduction to Black Culture

AFRIAMR 141 Modern Black American History
Unreq: HISTRY 141

AFRIAMR 261 African American Politics
Unreq: POLISCI 261

AFRIAMR 270 African American Community
Unreq: SOCIOLGY 270

*AFRIAMR 321 A History of Black Migration in the United States
Prereq: HISTRY125 or HISTRY/AFRIAMR 141 or AFRIAMR 100 or consent of instructor

 AFRIAMR 345 African-American Literature, 1800 to the Present
Prereq: English 101 and English 102 / 105 Unreq: English 345/545

* AFRIAMR 365 Black Political and Social Thought
Prereq: AFRIAMR 100 or POLISCI 141 or RACEETH/POLISCI 217 or POLISCI 250

* AFRIAMR 392 African American Families
Prereq: 3 units of AFRIAMR courses or 3 units of SOC

AFRIAMR 396 Current Issues in Black Studies: Social and Behavioral Sciences

AFRIAMR 397 Current Issues in Black Studies: Humanities

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

* AMERIND 102 Introduction to American Indian Studies

AMERIND 305 Native North America Today: People, Culture and Survival

CHICANO STUDIES

CHICANO 150 Introduction of Chicano Studies

CHICANO 200 Chicano Literature: Historical Context & Contemporary Text
Prereq: ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102 / Unreq: ENGLISH 200

CHICANO 201 Contemporary Chicano Literature
Prereq: English 101 and English 102 /105  Unreq: English 201

CHICANO 310 History in the US: 19th Roots & 20th Development

CHICANO 320 Politics of the Chicano

CHICANO 330 Chicano and Latino American Thought

COMMUNICATION

COMM 424 Cross Cultural Communication
Prereq: COMM 110

curriculum & instruction general

CIGENRL 350 Instruction to ESL and Bilingual-Bicultural Education
Prereq: ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102

ECONOMICS

ECON 352 Economics of Discrimination 

EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS

EDFOUND 243 Education in a Pluralistic Society
(some sections are reserved for College of Education majors only)

* EDFOUND 341 Urban Education: Issues and Policies

ENGLISH

ENGLISH 200 Chicano Literature
Prereq: ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102 / Unreq: CHICANO 200

ENGLISH 201 Contemporary Chicano Literature
Prereq: ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102

ENGLISH 202 Introduction to U.S. Latino/a Literature
Prereq: ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102

ENGLISH 265 Multicultural Literature of the U.S.
Prereq: ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102

* ENGLISH 345 African-American Literature, 1800 to Present
Prereq: ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102 / Unreq: AFRIAMR 345/545

* ENGLISH 368 American Minority Women Writers
Prereq: ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102 and consent of instructor / Unreq: RACEETH 368/568

* ENGLISH 369 Multicultural Drama of the United States
Prereq: (ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102 AND A 200 Level ENGLISH Course) OR (THEATRE 346/471/472/478) Unreq: THEATRE 369

GEOGRAPHY

* GEOGRPY 430 Geography of Race and Ethnicity in the United States
Prereq: Junior standing or GEOGRPY 230/GEOGRPY 261/GEOGRPY 344

HISTORY

HISTRY 102 Introduction to American Indian Studies

HISTRY 124 American History to 1877

HISTRY 125 American History since 1877

HISTRY 141 Modern Black American History
Unreq: AFRIAMR 141

HISTRY 150 Atlantic History
Unreq: RACEETH 150

* HISTRY 241 Civil Rights History: Traveling Freedom's Main Line (Spring 2015)
Prereq: Sophomore status and instructor approval

HISTRY 324 American Indian History
Prereq: GENED 120 or 3 units of history courses or consent of instructor

MUSIC

MUSC 143 Survey of American Jazz (2 units)

MUSC 144 Cultural Music of the Americas
Prereq: GENED 110

MUSC 240 Survey of African American Music
Prereq: GENED 110

MUSC 241 Survey of Latin American Music
Prereq: GENED 110

MUSC 244 Native American Music
Prereq: GENED 110

POLITICAL SCIENCE

POLISCI 217 Ethnic Politics
Unreq: RACEETH 217

POLISCI 261 African-American Politics

POLISCI 266 Asian Americans in US Politics

POLISCI 280 Politics of Urban Inequality in the U.S.

* POLISCI 341 Urban Education Issues and Policies

* POLISCI 365 Black Political and Social Thought
Prereq: AFRIAMR 100 or POLISCI 141/217/240

RACE AND ETHNIC CULTURES

RACEETH 150 Atlantic History
Unreq: Histry 150

RACEETH 202 Introduction to U.S. Latino/a Literature
Prereq: ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102

RACEETH 217 Ethnic Politics
Unreq: POLISCI 217

RACEETH 280 Politics of Urban Inequality in the U.S.

RACEETH 285 Asian Americans
Prereq: GENED 130 AND GENED 120 OR GENED 140, OR Sophomore standing / Unreq: SOCIOLGY 285

* RACEETH 368 American Minority Women Writers
Prereq: ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102 or consent of instructor / Unreq: ENGLISH 368/568

* RACEETH 380 Race, Ethnicity, and Social Justice: Issues for Helping Professionals
Unreq: SOCWORK 380/580

religious studies

RELIGST 242 Native American Religions

Special Education

SPECED 201 Disability in Society

SOCIAL WORK

* SOCWORK 380 Race, Ethnicity, and Social Justice: Issues for Helping Professionals
Unreq: RACEETH 380/580

SOCIOLOGY

SOCIOLGY 265 Race Relations

SOCIOLGY 270 African American Community
Unreq: AFRIAMR 270

SOCIOLGY 285 Asians Americans
Prereq: GENED 130 AND GENED 120 OR GENED 140, OR Sophomore standing / Unreq: RACEETH 285

* SOCIOLGY 391 Race and Ethnicity in Comparative Perspective
Prereq: Completion of university diversity requirement

* SOCIOLGY 392 African American Families
Prereq: 3 units of AFRIAMR or 3 units of SOCIOLGY

* SOCIOLGY 394 Minority and Multiracial Families (Spring 2015)
Prereq: 3 units of SOCIOLGY or completion of the university diversity requirement

* SOCIOLGY 426 Minorities & the Criminal Justice System
Prereq: 3 units of SOCIOLGY AND SOCIOLGY 301 OR CONSENT

* SOCIOLGY 496 Special Studies (Fall 2015)

THEATRE

* THEATRE 369 Multicultural Drama of the United States
Prereq: (ENGLISH 101 and ENGLISH 102 AND A 200 Level ENGLISH Course) OR (THEATRE 346/471/472/478) / Unreq: ENGLISH 369

WOMEN'S STUDIES

WOMENST 370 Women: Race and Ethnicity
Prereq: Junior standing or WOMENST 100

* WOMENST 481 Gender, Ethnicity, and the Environment
Prereq: Sophomore standing

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