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Multicultural Courses

Credit Courses

CLC offers many credit courses that focus on traditionally underrepresented groups and/or explore topics relating to multicultural differences, beliefs and values.

  • ANT 121 Introduction to Anthropology
  • ANT 221 Cultural Anthropology
  • ANT 228 Cross-Cultural Relationships
  • ARA 222 Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic II
  • ART 240 History of Art I
  • ART 241 History of Art II
  • CHI 222  Intermediate Chinese II
  • CMM 127 Intercultural Communication
  • DNC 240 The Art of Dance
  • ECO 225 Comparative Economic Systems
  • EDU 224 Diversity in Schools and Society
  • ENG 129 Women in Literature
  • ENG 228 World Literature
  • ENG 244 Mythology and Fairy Tales
  • ENG 246 Latin American Writers
  • ENG 247 International Women Writers
  • ENG 263 Early American Minority Writers
  • ENG 264 Modern American Minority Writers
  • FRN 222 Intermediate French II
  • GER 222 Intermediate German II
  • GXS 121 Introduction to Gender Studies
  • GXS 221 Theories of Feminism
  • GXS 229 Sex, Gender, and Power
  • GXS 299 Special Topics in Gender and Sexuality Studies
  • HST 126 History of Contemporary Non-Western Civ.
  • HST 127 History of Chinese Culture and Society
  • HST 128 The Modern History of the Middle East
  • HST 246 History of Latin America from 1825
  • HST 245 History of Latin America to 1825
  • HUM 121 Introduction to Humanities I
  • HUM 122 Introduction to Humanities II
  • HUM 128 Introduction to Middle Eastern Civilizations
  • HUM 129 Introduction to East Asian Civilization
  • HUM 140 Introduction to International Film
  • HUM 141 World Humanities of 20/21 Century
  • HUM 221 American Decades
  • HUM 226 Women and the Arts
  • ITL 222 Intermediate Italian II
  • JPN 222 Intermediate Japanese II
  • LAT 121 Introduction to Latin American Studies
  • PDS 123 Exploring Diversity and Human Relations
  • PHI 125 Introduction to Ethics
  • PHI 126 World Religions
  • PHI 128 Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy
  • PHI 129 Philosophy of Gender
  • PHI 221 Asian Philosophy
  • PSC 221 Comparative Political Systems
  • PSC 222 International Relations

Continuing Education Courses

Are available through the Center for Personal Enrichment.