Certificate in Diverse Perspectives for Professionals

Nine total credits, consisting of at least one course from each of the following categories:

Category I: Perspectives in the Social Sciences

ANTH 171Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
IS 3113
PSYC 365Psychology of Women and Gender3
PSYC 421Diversity Psychology3
SOC 110Introduction to Sociology3
SOC 115Social Problems3
SOC 250Diversity in American Society3
SOC 436Social Inequality3

Category II: Perspectives in Indigenous Studies

IS 121Introduction to American Indian Studies3
IS 151Popular Culture and American Indians3
IS 1813
IS 201History of the Lakota3
IS 203History of the Ojibwe3
IS 2043
IS 207History of the Three Affiliated Tribes3
IS 2213
IS 2223
IS 344Boarding Schools and Their Legacies3
IS 3463
IS 360Oral Traditions in American Indian Cultures3
IS 3953
IS 410Indigenous Identities3

Category III: Perspectives in the Humanities

ENGL 230Analyzing Worldview through Story3
ENGL 357Women Writers and Readers3
ENGL 365Black American Writers3
ENGL 367Indigenous Literatures3
HIST 206History of Canada's First Nations3
HIST 260Slaves, Citizens and Social Change3
HIST 328Human Rights3
HIST 332Women in Early America3
HIST 333Women in Modern America3
HIST 370African-American History to 18773
HIST 371African-American History since 18773
LANG 380Global Gateways3
PHIL 103Introduction to Religious Studies3
PHIL 105Religions of Asia3
PHIL 245Death and Dying3
PHIL 251Ethics in Health Care3
PHIL 315Philosophy of Race Postcolonialism3
PHIL 320Hinduism3
PHIL 360Feminist Philosophy3
PHIL 380Buddhism3
WGS 200Introduction to Gender Studies3
WGS 225The Study of Women3