DIVERSITY


Not all of the courses will transfer to another university as credit for a diversity requirement, so students should consult with the Counseling Center before registering.

American Sign Language
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  • ASLI 1550 Deaf History and Culture
  • ASLI 2700 Resources Concerning the Deaf Community
Anthropology
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  • ANTH 1160 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Economics
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  • ECON 2700 International Economics
English
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  • ENGL 2248 Literature by Women
  • ENGL 2270 Literature of Contemporary Global Conflict
  • ENGL 2275 Multicultural Literary Studies
  • ENGL 2276 African American Literature
English as a Second Language
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  • ESLP 0120 ESL: Reading/Writing/Communication Skills I
  • ESLP 0130 ESL: Reading/Writing/Communication Skills II
  • ESLP 0140 ESL: Reading/Writing/Communication Skills III
  • ESLP 0150 Advanced ESL: Communicating on Campus
  • ESLP 0160 ESL: Academic Writing
Geography
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  • GEOG 1600 World Regional Geography
  • GEOG 2500 World Cultural Geography
History
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  • HIST 2450 Women in U.S. History
  • HIST 2750 Latin American History
Interdisciplinary Studies
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  • IDST 1200 Introduction to Women's Studies
  • IDST 2400 Culture and Civilization of the Spanish Speaking World
Modern Languages
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  • Chinese, French, German, Italian, Slovenian, Spanish classes – elementary to intermediate
Music
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  • MUSC 1215 World Music
Paralegal
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  • PARL 2200 Employment Law and the Administrative Process
Philosophy
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  • PHIL 2000 Comparative Religion
Political Science
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  • POLS 2200 Introduction to International Relations
  • POLS 2300 Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • POLS 2400 Women in Politics
  • POLS 2500 Modern Political Ideologies
Sociology
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  • SOCY 2000 Ethnic Minorities in the U.S.
  • SOCY 2280 Social Problems
Urban Studies
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  • URST 2000 Introduction to Urban Studies
  • URST 2100 Contemporary Urban Issues