2023-2024 U.S. Diversity Courses

U.S. Diversity Requirement

The following courses from the current catalog are approved for the U.S. Diversity Requirement. See the note on the Schedule of Classes to verify a course will be applied to the U.S. Diversity requirement on your degree audit.

See Archive list for a comprehensive listing of courses approved since 1996


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A M D 165 Dress and Diversity in Society. Cr. 3.
A M D 458 Queer Fashions: History, Culture, and the Industry. Cr. 3.
A M D 558 Queer Fashions: History, Culture, and the Industry. Cr. 3.

AESHM 462X Black Lives Matter: Fashion, Politics, and Resistance Movements. Cr. 3.

AF AM 201 Introduction to African American Studies. Cr. 3.
AF AM 353 History of African Americans I. Cr. 3.
AF AM 354 History of African Americans II. Cr. 3.
AF AM 469X History of Racial Violence in Europe and the United States, 1865-1945. Cr. 3.
AF AM 473 Civil Rights and Ethnic Power. Cr. 3.

AM IN 210 Introduction to American Indian Studies. Cr. 3. 

ANTHR 210 Introduction to Asian American Studies. Cr. 3.

ARCH 321 History of the American City. Cr. 3.


COMST 210 Communication and U.S. Diversity. Cr. 3.


EDUC 405 Social Justice Education and Teaching: Early Childhood and Elementary. Cr. 3.
EDUC 406 Social Justice Education and Teaching: Secondary. Cr. 3.
EDUC 420 Bilingualism & The Education of Latinx Youth. Cr. 3.
EDUC 459 Critical Approaches to Teaching Children’s and Adolescent Literature. Cr. 3.
EDUC 520 Bilingualism & The Education of Latinx Youth. Cr. 3.
EDUC 559 Critical Approaches to Teaching Children’s and Adolescent Literature. Cr. 3.


GLOBE 330 Global Health Disparities. Cr. 3.


H S 167X The Science of Health Behavior Change. Cr. 3.

HD FS 239 Consumer Issues. Cr. 3.
HD FS 276 Human Sexuality. Cr. 3.
HD FS 283 Personal and Family Finance. Cr. 3.
HD FS 283H Personal and Family Finance: Honors. Cr. 3.
HD FS 387 Applying Evidence-Based Practices in Human Services. Cr. 3.

HIST 353 History of African Americans I. Cr. 3.
HIST 354 History of African Americans II. Cr. 3.
HIST 371 Mexican American History. Cr. 3.
HIST 372 Latina/o History. Cr. 3.
HIST 380 History of Women in Science, Technology, and Medicine. Cr. 3.
HIST 386 History of Women in America. Cr. 3.
HIST 469X History of Racial Violence in Europe and the United States, 1865-1945. Cr. 3.
HIST 473 Civil Rights and Ethnic Power. Cr. 3.



JL MC 140X Identity, Diversity and the Media. Cr. 3.


KIN 360 Sociology of Physical Activity and Health. Cr. 3.


LD ST 322 Leadership in a Diverse Society. Cr. 3.
LD ST 333 Women, Gender, and Leadership. Cr. 3.



MGMT 472 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Organizations. Cr. 3.

MUSIC 472 History of American Music. Cr. 3.



PHIL 235 Ethical Issues in A Diverse Society. Cr. 3.

POL S 333 Democracy and Diversity in America. Cr. 3.
POL S 337X Health Politics and Policy. Cr. 3.
POL S 385 Women in Politics. Cr. 3.

PSYCH 347 U.S. Latino/a Psychology. Cr. 3.



RELIG 210 Religion in America. Cr. 3.
RELIG 277 Religion and Society. Cr. 3.



SOC 277 Religion and Society. Cr. 3.

SP CM 323 Gender and Communication. Cr. 3.

SP ED 210X Disability in a Diverse Society. Cr. 3.

SPAN 305 Spanish for Heritage Speakers. Cr. 3.


US LS 211 Introduction to U.S. Latino/a Studies. Cr. 3. 
US LS 305 Spanish for Heritage Speakers. Cr. 3.
US LS 347 U.S. Latino/a Psychology. Cr. 3.
US LS 371 Mexican American History. Cr. 3.
US LS 372 Latina/o History. Cr. 3.
US LS 420 Bilingualism & The Education of Latinx Youth. Cr. 3.
US LS 473 Civil Rights and Ethnic Power. Cr. 3.


V MPM 330 Global Health Disparities. Cr. 3.


WGS 201 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies. Cr. 3. 
WGS 323 Gender and Communication. Cr. 3.
WGS 333 Women, Gender, and Leadership. Cr. 3.
WGS 380 History of Women in Science, Technology, and Medicine. Cr. 3.
WGS 385 Women in Politics. Cr. 3.
WGS 386 History of Women in America. Cr. 3.
WGS 401 Feminist Theories. Cr. 3.
WGS 425 Intersections of Race, Class and Gender. Cr. 3.
WGS 458 Queer Fashions: History, Culture, and the Industry. Cr. 3.
WGS 525 Intersections of Race, Class and Gender. Cr. 3.
WGS 558 Queer Fashions: History, Culture, and the Industry. Cr. 3.

WLC 210 Introduction to Asian American Studies. Cr. 3.

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