Diversity Attribute

Designated courses that enable students to develop an understanding of the multicultural character of the United States by giving attention to the cultural differences within the United States in many areas of society.

Courses designated as Diversity may have more learning objectives in addition to those associated with the Core.

Goals & Objectives

Content

Goal:  Student will demonstrate an understanding of the diverse and multicultural character of the United States with regard to variables such as social class, race, gender, ethnicity or religion.

Objectives: Students will:

  • Identify variables that constitute a diverse and multicultural United States.
  • Recognize the impact of the variables on the American experience.
  • Articulate the interplay of these variables on the American experience.
Skills

Goal:  Students will analyze the diverse and multicultural American experience.

Objectives: Students will:

  • Examine how variables are socially constructed.
  • Distinguish how the power structure in America affects diverse groups.
  • Compare and contrast the varied experiences of individuals within American society.

Approved Courses

ANT 122
CSC 127
ENG 221
ENG 225
ENG 315
ENG 316
ENG 319
ENG 339
ENG 368
ENG 378
ENG 382
FAH 103
FAM 124
FAM 213
HIS 123
HIS 124
HIS 125
HIS 126
HIS 235
HIS 236
HIS 237
HIS 241
HIS 242
HIS 254
HIS 468
PED 355
PED 354
RST 221
RST 240
SOC 111
SPE 341
SPE 432
SPE 433

Sociocultural Anthropology
Introduction to Game Design
Hallowed Houses
Journey in American Literature
American Literature I
Revising the Am. Renaissance
Captivity Narratives
Southern Literature and Culture
Native American Literature
City in American Literature
African American Literature
Survey Pre-Colum/Native Am Art
America’s Music
Women in Music
US History to Reconstruction
US History 1877 to Present
The American Story: The Early Years
The American Story: The Later Years
Jamestown/Yorktown:Making US
Washington- Lincoln: American Democracy
The Making of Modern America, 1865-1920
Women in American History 1880 to Present
The Family in American History
First Peoples
Reservation Experience I
Disability Sports
Adapted Physical Education
Native American Religions
Jewish Religious Thought and Practice
Social Problems
Inclusive Strategies
Seminar in Teaching & Assessment: Special Ed/Childhood
Seminar in Teaching & Assessment: Special Ed/Early Child