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College of Agriculture

Multicultural Awareness Selectives

Additional courses may be added to this list via approval of the Agricultural Faculty Curriculum and Student Relations Committee that the course syllabus meets the objective of the multicultural requirement in the College of Agriculture. The objective of the multicultural awareness component of the core curriculum is to stimulate students to become aware of self and others to be better prepared for the workplace and participatory citizenship. Students are encouraged to explore coursework outside their own culture.

(3) AAS 27100 (Introduction to Afro-American Studies)
(3) AAS 37000 (Black Women Rising)
(3) AAS 37100 (The African American Experience)
(3) AAS 37500 (The Black Family)
(3) AAS 37600 (The Black Male)
(3) ANTH 20500 (Human Cultural Diversity)
(3) ANTH 23000 (Gender Across Cultures)
(3) ANTH 30300 (Gender Across Cultures)*
(3) ANTH 37900 (Indians of North America)
(3) ANTH 48200 (Sexual Diversity in Global Perspectives)
(3) ANTH 57800 (Peoples of Middle America)
(3) CDFS 30100 (Families in a Multicultural Society)
(3) COM 30300 (Intercultural Communication)
(3) COM 32800 (Diversity at Work: A Rhetorical Approach)
(3) COM 37600 (Communication and Gender)
(3) COM 38100 (Gender and Feminist Studies in Communication)
(3) EDCI 28500 (Multiculturalism and Education)
(3) ENGL 25700 (Literature of Black America)
(3) ENGL 35800 (Black Drama)
(3) ENGL 36000 (Gender and Literature)
(3) ENTR 47000 (Women and Leadership)
(3) HIST 35400 (Women in America to 1870)
(3) HIST 36500 (Women in America)
(3) HIST 36600 (Hispanic Heritage of the United States)
(3) HIST 37500 (Women in America since 1870)
(3) HIST 37700 (History and Culture of Native America)
(3) HIST 39600 (The Afro-American to 1865)
(3) HIST 39800 (The Afro-American since 1865)
(3) HK 22600 (Contemporary Women’s Health)
(3) IDIS 27100 (African American Experience)
(3) IDIS 27100 (Introduction to Afro-American Studies)*
(3) IDIS 28000 (Women's Studies: An Introduction)*
(3) IDIS 33000 (Introduction to Jewish Studies)
(3) IDIS 37000 (Black Women Rising)*
(3) IDIS 37500 (Black Family)*
(3) IDIS 37600 (African American Male)*
(3) IDIS 38000 (Gender and Multiculturalism)*
(3) IDIS 48100 (Women of Color in the United States)*
(3) JWST 33000 (Introduction to Jewish Studies)
(3) OLS 49900 (Women and Work)
(3) PHIL 20600 (Philosophy of Religion) *
(3) PHIL 22500 (Philosophy of Women)
(3) PHIL 24200 (Philosophy, Culture and the African American Experience)
(3) PHIL 33000 (Religions of the East)
(3) PHIL 33100 (Religions of the West)
(3) POL 22200 (Women, Politics and Public Policy)
(3) POL 32600 (Black Political Participation in America)
(3) POL 36000 (Women and the Law)
(3) POL 45600 (African American Political Thought)*
(3) PSY 23900 (The Psychology of Women)
(3) PSY 33500 (Stereotyping and Prejudice)
(3) PSY 36800 (Children's Development in Cross-Cultural Perspective)
(3) REL 23000 (Religions of the East)
(3) REL 23100 (Religions of the West)
(3) SOC 22000 (Social Problems)
(3) SOC 31000 (Racial and Ethnic Diversity)
(3) SOC 35600 (Hate and Violence)
(3) SOC 36700 (Religion in America)
(3) SOC 45000 (Gender Roles in Modern Society)
(3) SPAN 23500 (Mexican and Latino Culture)*
(3) WOST 28000 (Women's Studies: An Introduction)
(3) WOST 38000 (Gender and Multiculturalism)
(3) WOST 38100 (Women of Color in the United States)
(3) WOST 38300 (Women and Work)
(3) WOST 48000 (Feminist Theory)
(3) WOST 48200 (Interdisciplinary Studies in Sexuality: Scholarship on Lesbian and Gay Issues)
(2-3) YDAE 38500 (Urban Service-Learning)

* This course is not currently offered.