Cultural Diversity introduces students to patterns, dynamics and historical perspectives of cultural diversity and examines social justice issues and consequences of oppression, economic deprivation and discrimination. The course also explores the concept of embracing diversity relative to race, ethnicity, cultural, class, gender, affectional orientation, religion and age. Students have opportunities to study the similarities and differences between people’s experiences, needs and beliefs.
Credits: 3 Lecture Hours: 3 Semester: Variable
Prerequisites & Notes Prerequisites: ENGL 0870 and READ 0870 or appropriate entrance scores.