The courses listed below contain components that center on diversity and inclusion.
Focus areas may include populations like minorities or impoverished groups; relationships between gender, culture and power; and the privilege and marginalization in the economics, politics or ecology of societies.
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The values of diversity, inclusion and equity are inextricably linked to our mission of teaching and research excellence and we embrace these values as being critical to development, learning, and success.
The Office of Student Development & Involvement is committed to diversity and inclusivity.
ANTH 411 Global Perspectives on the Human Condition ASL 435 Introduction to American Sign Language I ASL 436 American Sign Language II ASL 531 American Sign Language III ASL 532 American Sign Language IV ASL 599 Special Topics in American Sign Language/Deaf Studies ASL 621 American Sign Language Discourse I ASL 622 American Sign Language Discourse II BUS 705 Business Ethics CA 501 Internship/Communication in the Urban Community CA 502 Image and Sound CA 539 Communicating in Families CA 536 LGBT Images and Perspectives CA 540 Public Relations CA 601 Exploring Relationships CA 612 Narrative CHIN 401 Elementary Chinese I CHIN 401 Elementary Chinese II CHIN 503 Intermediate Chinese I CHIN 504 Intermediate Chinese II CMN 455 Introduction to Media Studies CMN 456 Propaganda and Persuasion CMN 457 Introduction to Language and Social Interaction COMP 560 Ethics and the Law in the Digital Age ECN 640 Business Law and Economics EDU 500 Exploring Teaching EDUC 703F/803F Teaching Elementary School Science EDUC 703M/803M Teaching Elementary Social Studies EDUC 700/800 Educational Structure and Change EDUC 897 Language and Culture in Schools EDUC 957 Collaborative Models of Teaching, Learning and Leading ENGL 595 Writing Fiction – Topic Dependent ENGL 681 Introduction to African Literatures in English ENGL 785 Major Women Writers ENGL 787 Culture and Theory in Digital Age ENGL 792/892 Teaching Literature and Literacy ENGL 797/800 Women Behaving Badly ENGL 994 Practicum in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages FREN 401 Elementary French I FREN 402 Elementary French II GEOG 401 Regional Geography of the Non-Western World HIST 421 World History to the 16 Century HIST 425 Islamic Civilization HIST 425W Foreign Cultures/Egypt HIST 435W Origins of European Society HIST 600 Exploring War and Political Violence in Modern History HLS 580 Environmental and Human Security INTR 430 Introduction to Interpretation INTR 438 A Socio/Cultural Perspective on the Deaf Community INTR 439 Ethics and Professional Standards for Interpreters INTR 539 Comparative Linguistic Analysis for Interpreters INTR 540 Translation INTR 599 Interpreting in Classroom: K-12 INTR 599 Frozen Text Translation INTR 630 Consecutive Interpretation I INTR 636 Consecutive Interpretation II INTR 732 Simultaneous Interpretation INTR 734 Field Experience and Seminar I INTR 735 Field Experience and Seminar II ITAL 401 Elementary Italian I ITAL 402 Elementary Italian II MUSI 401 Introduction to Music MUSI 405 Survey of Music in America PHIL 430 Ethics and Society PHIL 436 Social and Political Philosophy PHIL 450 Environmental Ethics PHP 900 Public Health Care Systems PHP 902 Environmental Health PHP 904 Social and Behavioral Health PHP 905 Public Health Administration PHP 907 Public Health Policy PHP 908 Public Health Ethics PHP 922 Public Health Economics PHP 936 Global Public Health POLT 402 American Politics and Government POLT 403 US in World Affairs POLT 507 Politics of Crime and Justice PS 407 Politics Law and Contemporary Society PS 505 Political Violence and Terrorism PS 508 Supreme Court in US Society PS 510 Politics of Food PS 514 Model United Nations PS 651 International Human Rights** PS 702 International Relations – Interdisciplinary Approach SOC 400 Introductory Sociology SPAN 401 Elementary Spanish I SPAN 402 Elementary Spanish II SPAN 403 Review of Spanish SPAN 503 Intermediate Spanish THDA 441 Exploring Musical Theater USMT 526 Social Justice and Student Leadership ** This is a standing committee of the college, made up of faculty, staff and students whose mission is to support the college community in cultivating a climate that promotes human dignity and human rights, intellectual honesty and civil discourse, mutual respect and an appreciation for the uniqueness of each individual.
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Examples of student engagement have included: A critical component of a liberal education is the capacity to see human experience from the point of view of others who encounter and interpret the world in significantly different ways.
The North has nothing for you, it's Southern belles or bust.
Joke: Russian mail order bride lives in condo complex. Huge Hefner believes his brides enjoy changing diapers.
Each product has been designed with a high level of powerful detail in order for you to obtain fast results.
READ MORE Kezia is the world’s leading female dating and attraction expert for men.
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