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10809172.14 - Intro to Diversity Studies
This is a course that draws from several disciplines to reaffirm the basic American values of justice and equality by teaching a basic vocabulary, a history of immigration and conquest, principles of transcultural communication, legal liability and the value of aesthetic production to increase the probability of respectful encounters among people. In addition to an analysis of majority/minority relations in a multicultural context, the topics of ageism, sexism, gender differences, sexual orientation, the disabled and the American Disability Act (ADA) are explored. Ethnic relations are studied in global and comparative perspectives.

Academic Offering
Description This is a course that draws from several disciplines to reaffirm the basic American values of justice and equality by teaching a basic vocabulary, a history of immigration and conquest, principles of transcultural communication, legal liability and the value of aesthetic production to increase the probability of respectful encounters among people. In addition to an analysis of majority/minority relations in a multicultural context, the topics of ageism, sexism, gender differences, sexual orientation, the disabled and the American Disability Act (ADA) are explored. Ethnic relations are studied in global and comparative perspectives.
Prerequisites ACCU / Reading <min score = 70.0000> or RDGT / Reading <min score = 100.0000> or 77858762.13 / Academic Offering <min grade = C, min credit = 3.00> or ACCOMP / Reading <min score = 70.0000> or ACNXGN / Reading <min score = 250.0000> or 10838105.19 / Academic Offering <min grade = C, min credit = 3.00> or ( ACNXGN / Reading <min score = 237.0000> and 78858769.18 / Academic Offering <min grade = C, min credit = 1.00, can be taken concurrently> ) or RDGT2 / Reading <min score = 100.0000>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, Exam/Work Experience, Pass/Fail, Transfer

Contract Offering
Description This is a course that draws from several disciplines to reaffirm the basic American values of justice and equality by teaching a basic vocabulary, a history of immigration and conquest, principles of transcultural communication, legal liability and the value of aesthetic production to increase the probability of respectful encounters among people. In addition to an analysis of majority/minority relations in a multicultural context, the topics of ageism, sexism, gender differences, sexual orientation, the disabled and the American Disability Act (ADA) are explored. Ethnic relations are studied in global and comparative perspectives.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, Exam/Work Experience, Pass/Fail, Transfer

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