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 SPRING 2015 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 110 History Through Film (American Indian History)

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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