2019-2020 Catalog

Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion

A total of 16 credit hours within the following:

Core Course: One of the following (3 credits):
ANTH 372Culture Theory3
COUN 250Dialogue on U.S. Diversity3
ENGL 228Diversity in Global Literatures3
ENGL 229Diversity in U.S. Literatures3
PHIL 342Advanced Ethics3
PSYC 421Diversity Psychology3
SOC 250Diversity in American Society3
SWK 493ASpecial Topics (Diversity and International Social Welfare Through a Social Work Lens)1-3
Area Courses: One course from four of the following areas (12 credits):
Sex, Gender3
Race, Ethnicity, Nationality3
Religion3
Social/Economic Class3
Ability3
Age3
Applied Experience (1 credit): As approved for the Diversity & Inclusion Certificate
Workshop: Seminar courses related to diversity & inclusion, e.g., IMPACT, COUN 399
Internship/Co-op: Student must propose how experience relates to diversity
Contact hours: At least 50 contact hours in the forms of volunteer work, shorter workshops or presentations, conference attendance (diversity-specific), or others as approved by the College of Arts & Sciences
Area Courses:
Sex/Gender
ANTH 375Women in Prehistory3
CJ 302Women, Crime, and Criminal Justice3
ENGL 357Women Writers and Readers3
HIST 332Women in Early America3
HIST 333Women in Modern America3
IS 346Gender in American Indian Cultures3
PSYC 210Human Sexuality3
PSYC 365Psychology of Women3
RELS 2163
SOC 340Sociology of Gender3
WGS 200Introduction to Gender Studies3
WGS 225The Study of Women3
WGS 480Feminist Theory3
Race, Ethnicity, Nationality
ANTH 373Indians of Latin America3
ENGL 365Black American Writers3
ENGL 367American Indian Literatures3
ENGL 415Seminar in Literature (Asian-American Literature and Theory)1-4
ENGL 415Seminar in Literature (Latina/o Literature and Theory)1-4
HIST 371African-American History since 18773
IS 123American Indians and Culture3
SOC 435Racial and Ethnic Relations3
Religion
RELS 1013
RELS 1023
RELS 3153
RELS 3203
RELS 3553
RELS 3803
Social/Economic Class
PHIL 355Social and Political Philosophy3
SOC 407Political Sociology3
SOC 436Social Inequality3
Ability
IS 311Health and American Indian Cultures3
RHS 250Contemporary Issues in Rehabilitation3
RHS 260Inclusion in Recreation Settings3
RHS 350Overview of Disabilities3
Age
PSYC 355Adulthood and Aging3
RELS 2453
SOC 352Aging and Society3
SWK 313Orientation to Gerontology3

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