General Education - Diversity

Courses that fulfill the Diversity (DIV13) requirement
Courses offered in FALL 2018. Check the Course Catalog for descriptions and requisite information. Not all courses may be offered each semester.  This list may not be complete, so please check the course catalog in APR 2.0 for an updated listing.

Courses in bold are appropriate for first-year students.

African American Studies
AFAM  230      Intro to African American Literature (ENG 230; also counts for HU)

African Studies
AFS 101           Intro to African Studies (HIST 108; also counts for HU)
AFS 225           Peoples & Cultures of Africa (ANTH 225; also counts for SS)
AFS 262           Globalization & African Diaspora (GS 262)

Art & Art History
AAH 218          Arts of South Asia (ASIA 218; also counts for HU)

Anthropology
ANTH 102        Cultural Anthropology (also counts for SS)
ANTH 104        Language & Human Experience (PCA 105; also counts for SS)

ANTH 225        Peoples & Cultures of Africa (AFS 225; also counts for SS)

Asian Studies
ASIA 120         Comparative Politics (also counts for SS)
ASIA 125         Early Asian Civilization (HIST 105; also counts for HU)
ASIA 210         Musics of the World (MUS 210; also counts for HU)
ASIA 218         Arts of South Asia (AAH 218; also counts for HU)

ASIA 223         Asian Philosophy (PHIL 223)
ASIA 236         Religious Life of Japan (REL 226; also counts for HU)
ASIA 261         Religious Life of India (REL 221; also counts for HU)

Caribbean and Latin American Studies
CLAS 104         Survey of Caribbean & Latin American History (HIST 115; also counts for HU)

Canadian Studies
CNS 101          Intro to Canada

Education
EDUC 250        Teaching & Learning Different Classrooms (permission required)

English
ENG 230          LS: Intro to African American Literature (AFAM 230; also counts for HU)

European Studies
EUR 109          Intro to European Studies (HIST 109; also counts for HU)

Gender & Sexuality Studies
GNDR 103       Gender & Society
GNDR 290       Gender & Feminist Theory

Global Studies
GS 102            Intro to Global Studies II: Race Cultural Identity
GS 238            Global Christianities (REL 238)
GS 262            Globalization & African Diaspora (AFS 262)
GS 268            Global Health & Justice

Government
GOVT 105       Comparative Politics (GOVT 105W is Writing Intensive)

History
HIST 105          Early Asian Civilization (ASIA 125; also counts for HU)
HIST 108          Intro to African Studies (AFS 101; also counts for HU)
HIST 109          Intro to European Studies (EUR 109; also counts for HU)
HIST 115          Survey of Caribbean & Latin American History (CLAS 104; also counts for HU)

HIST 352          Playing Indian: Native American Stereotypes (also counts for HU)

Modern Languages & Literature (these classes do not count for LANG if counting for DIV13)
ARAB 101        Elementary Arabic I w/Lab
CHIN 101         Elementary Chinese I w/Lab
ESL 201           Intro to American Culture (for non-native English speakers)
GER 101          Elementary German I

Music
MUS 210         Musics of the World (ASIA 210; also counts for HU)

Peace Studies
PEAC 100         Intro to Peace Studies (PHIL 120)

Philosophy
PHIL 120          Intro to Peace Studies (PEAC 100)
PHIL 223          Asian Philosophy (ASIA 223)

Psychology
PSYC 215         Cultural Psychology

Religious Studies
REL 221           Religious Life of India (ASIA 261; also counts for HU)
REL 226           Religious Life of Japan (ASIA 223; also counts for HU)

REL 238           Global Christianities (GS 238)