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Undergraduate Catalog 2010-2011 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

List of Approved Courses for the GER Pluralism and Diversity Requirement


Pluralism and Diversity Requirement – Group A: 3 credits


A course focusing on scholarship about major practical or theoretical issues (e.g., artistic, economic, geographic, literary, political, scientific or social) that emerge from, are reflected in or are principally derived from the historical conditions, perspectives and/or intellectual traditions of non-European societies, particularly those of Africa, Asia, Latin America or those indigenous to the Americas.

Africana and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies


Classical and Oriental Studies


Honors


Pluralism and Diversity Requirement – Group B: 3 credits


A course focusing on scholarship about major practical or theoretical issues (e.g., artistic, economic, geographic, literary, political, scientific or social) that emerge from, are reflected in or are principally derived from the historical conditions, perspectives, immigrant experiences and/or intellectual traditions of one or more of the following groups in the United States of America: African Americans, Asian Americans, Latino Americans and Native Americans.

Pluralism and Diversity Requirement – Group C: 3 credits


A course focusing on scholarship about major practical or theoretical issues (e.g., artistic, economic, geographic, literary, political, scientific or social) that emerge from, are reflected in or are principally derived from the historical conditions, perspectives and/or intellectual traditions of women and/or issues of gender or sexual orientation.

Classical and Oriental Studies


Romance Languages


Thomas Hunter Honors Program


Women and Gender Studies


Pluralism and Diversity Requirement – Group D: 3 credits


A course focusing on scholarship about major practical or theoretical issues (e.g., artistic, economic, geographic, literary, political, scientific or social) that emerge from, are reflected in or are principally derived from the historical conditions, perspectives and/or intellectual traditions of Europe, including the ways in which pluralism and diversity have been addressed.

Classical and Oriental Studies


Psychology


Romance Languages


French