Participants take at least 6 credits in this category, including Soc/Anth
301 (required) and one or two courses chosen from the list of focus
301: Introduction to Diversity and Stratification (3 cr.).
All participants must take this course because it provides a
foundation for understanding the history, process, and dimensions of
diversity and stratification in the U.S. and the global arena.
Focus Course(s): Participants select one or more courses from the
following list of diversity focused courses (3-6 cr.). The focus courses
provide intensive engagement with critical theory, empirical research,
cultural diversity and/or issues of human conflict.
- Soc 422 Religion, Culture & Society
- Soc 423 Social Stratification
- Soc 424 Sociology of Gender
- Soc/Anth 427 Racial and Ethnic Relations
- Anth 462 Human Issues in International
- Anth 220 Peoples of the World
- Anth 329 North American Indians
- JS 422 Inequalities in the Justice System
- Psy 315 Psychology of Women
- Comm 331 Conflict Management
- Comm 335 Intercultural Communication
- Comm 432 Gender and Communication
- Comm 491 Communication and Aging
- JAMM 340 Cultural Diversity in the Media
- JAMM 449 Media Criticism
- JAMM 490 Global Media
Participants take at least 3 credits in this category and can apply up to
6 credits toward the certificate.
203/403 Workshop (1-2 cr. each). Workshop topics vary.
Learning (0-3 cr.). This
includes diversity-focused internships, service
learning, or a fieldschool in the student's field of study.
Participants can apply up to three credits of experiential learning
toward the certificate requirements.
Must be approved by coordinators.