Diversity and Identity in the U.S.
DRAFT 2017-2018 UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES CATALOG
Effective 1 June 2017 through 31 May 2018
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This program is offered by the College of Arts & Sciences/Anthropology & Sociology Department.
For information on general requirements for the certificate, see Certificate Program Policies and Procedures.
The multicultural studies program offers a certificate titled Diversity and Identity in the U.S., which provides students from all academic backgrounds the opportunity to identify multicultural studies as a particular area of interest. Students will gain a solid foundation in issues of diversity and identity across the many subcultures of the United States as well as in their particular area of interest with the discipline. Students will complete six credits hours of coursework that broadly explores multicultural issues and six credit hours of courses that address more specific topics in the field. Finally, students will present a self-selected project to the Multicultural Studies Committee. Classes taken as part of a student’s undergraduate major may be used toward completion of the certificate.
The 21 credit hours required for this certificate include the following courses:
Core Courses (6 hours and a research project)
- MULC 1100 Introduction to Multicultural Studies (3 hours)
- MULC 4650 Seminar in Multicultural Studies (3 hours)
- MULC 4900 Independent Research Project (0 hours)
Category One: Broad Study in Multiculturalism (6 credit hours)
- ANTH 3130 Race and Ethnicity (3 hours)
- EDUC 3150 Education in a Diverse Society (3 hours)
- ENGL 2086 Contemporary Multiethnic Literature of the U.S. (3 hours)
- HLSC 3100 Diversity in Health (3 hours)
- MEDC 2800 Cultural Diversity in the Media (3 hours)
- MEDC 3800 Studies in Cultural Diversity (3 hours)
- POLT 2070 Politics of Race and Ethnicity (3 hours)
- PSYC 3650 Prejudice and Discrimination (3 hours)
- RELG 2420 Religion and Culture (3 hours)
- SOCI 4475 Class, Status, and Power (3 hours)
Category Two: Analysis of Particular Subcultures (6 credit hours)
- ANTH 2500 People and Cultures (with appropriate subtitle) (3 hours)
- ANTH 4330 Gender and Sex (3 hours)
- EDUC 2900 The Exceptional Individual (3 hours)
- HIST 2320 African American History (3 hours)
- HIST 3060 History Roundtable: The Life and Legacy of Malcolm X (3 hours)
- MATH 4320 Mathematics Methods for Disabled Learners (3 hours)
- MUSC 3170 Jazz History I (3 hours)
- MUSC 3180 Jazz History II (3 hours)
- PHIL 3370 Feminist Philosophy (3 hours)
- RELG 2500 Gender, Culture, and Religion (3 hours)
- WGST 1010 Women, Gender, and Sexuality Around the World (3 hours)
These list will be updated periodically. Please see the course schedule book for a listing of any new or topics courses which fulfill the certificate. Other relevant courses may be substituted upon petition to and approval by the Multicultural Studies Committee.