Liberal Arts Field in Gender and Diversity Studies

Liberal Arts Field in Gender and Diversity Studies

Advisor: Joshua Adair

Required Course (3 hours)

  • GDS 201: Introduction to Multicultural, Class and Gender Studies (3 hours)

Electives (15 hours)
Choose from the following:

  • ANT 140: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3 hours)
  • ANT 329: North American Indians (3 hours)
  • ANT 343: Minorities in the United States (3 hours)
  • ANT 344: The Black Experience (3 hours)
  • ANT 596: The Minority Elderly (3 hours)
  • ARC 150: Introduction to Archaeology (3 hours)
  • ARC 380: Gender Archaeology (3 hours)
  • ART 211: Introduction to the History of Art I (3 hours)
  • ART 212: Introduction to the History of Art II (3 hours)
  • ART 356: The Art of Non-Western Cultures (3 hours)
  • CHN 340: Chinese Diversity Through Food (3 hours)
  • COM 340: Intercultural Communication (3 hours)
  • ECO 140: Contemporary Economics (3 hours)
  • EES 110: World Geography (3 hours)
  • ENG 245: African-American Literature (3 hours)
  • ENG 250: Contemporary World Literature (3 hours)
  • ENG 318: Women's Literature (3 hours)
  • ENG 319: Gay and Lesbian Literature (3 hours)
  • ENG 320: Survey in African-American Literature (3 hours)
  • GDS 351: Open Topics in Gender and Diversity (3 hours)
  • GDS 412: Directed Study in Multicultural, Class and Gender Studies (3 hours)
  • HIS 309: Survey of World Religions (3 hours)
  • HIS 320: African-American History (3 hours)
  • HIS 340: Modern East Asia (3 hours)
  • HIS 350: History of Latin America (3 hours)
  • HIS 354: Ancient Middle East (3 hours)
  • HIS 355: Islamic Middle East (3 hours)
  • HIS 359: Early India (3 hours)
  • HIS 360: Modern India (3 hours)
  • HIS 370: History of Africa (3 hours)
  • HIS 415: Women in History (3 hours)
  • HIS 445: History of Race Relations in the United States (3 hours)
  • HIS 450: Modern Africa (3 hours)
  • HIS 451: Slavery and Africa (3 hours)
  • HIS 455: Middle East since 1800 (3 hours)
  • HIS 472: Modern China (3 hours)
  • HIS 474: China in Revolution (3 hours)
  • HIS 475: Modern Japan (3 hours)
  • HIS 481: Revolutionary Mexico 1810 to the Present (3 hours)
  • POL 342: Ethnic Policies (3 hours)
  • POL 447: Constitutional Law II: Civil Liberties and Civil Rights (3 hours)
  • POL 453: Government and Politics of Latin America (3 hours)
  • POL 454: Government and Politics of Asia (3 hours)
  • PSY 221: Psychology of Human Sexuality (3 hours)
  • PSY 302: Topical Seminar (3 hours)
  • SOC 331: The Family (3 hours)
  • SOC 337: Social Inequality (3 hours)
  • SOC 355: Perspectives on Women (3 hours)
  • SWK 225: Human Diversity (3 hours)
  • You may choose only one of the following to be included in the 15 hours:
    • CHN 105: Contemporary Chinese Culture (3 hours)
    • FRE 105: Introduction to French Culture (3 hours)
    • GER 105: Introduction to German Culture (3 hours)
    • JPN 105: Introduction to Japanese Culture (3 hours)
    • SPA 105: Introduction to Hispanic Culture (3 hours)

Total Requirements (18 hours)

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