Undergraduate Degree & Course Catalog

Diversity Courses

Diversity Learning Courses

AAS 100: Introduction African American Studies (LEC)

AAS 261: African American History (LEC)

AAS 264: Black Child in America (SEM)

AAS 275: Black and Female (SEM)

AAS 293: Race, Law and Society (SEM)

AAS 355: Race, Class and Society (SEM)

AAS 358: African Diaspora (SEM)

AAS 395: Black Gender Studies (SEM)

AAS 425: Liberation Struggles (SEM)

AAS 460: Black Women in US History (SEM)

AMS 100: Indian Image on Film (LEC)

AMS 102: The Asian American Experience (LEC)

AMS 107: Introduction to American Studies (LR)

AMS 179: Introduction to Native American History (SEM)

AMS 301: Introduction to Native American Women (SEM)

APY 106: Introduction Cultural Anthropology (LEC)

APY 160: Anthropology and American Life (SEM)

APY 275: Introduction to Medical Anthropology (LEC)

APY 276: Introduction to Ethnomedicine (LEC)

APY 304: Food and Culture (LEC)

APY 315: Cross-Cultural Study of Women (SEM)

APY 323: Anthropology and Education (LEC)

APY 477: Culture and Disability (SEM)

ARC 211: American Diversity and Design (LLB)

CEP 412: Diversity and Human Relations (LEC)

DMS 213: Immigration and Film (LEC)

DMS 448: Games, Gender and Society (SEM)

ELP 200: Foundations of Education Policy and Leadership for Social Justice (SEM)

ELP 407: Language, Culture and Education in Global Society (LEC)

ENG 211: American Pluralism in Literature and Culture (LEC)

ENG 271: African American Literature (LEC)

ENG 272: US Latino/a Literature (LEC)

ENG 333: American Literature to Civil War (LEC)

ENG 274: Feminist Approaches to Literature (LEC)

ENG 342: Studies in US Latino/a Literature (LEC)

ENG 346: Comparative Ethnic Lits (LEC)

ENG 370: Critical Race Theory (LEC)

ENG 372: Feminist Theory (LEC)

ENG 386: Postcolonial Literature (LEC)

ENG 447: Literature of Migration (SEM)

GEO 367: Urban Social Geography (LEC)

GGS 101: Introduction Gender and Women Studies (LEC)

GGS 228: Introduction to Feminist Theory (SEM)

GGS 265: Sexuality and Orientation (SEM)

GGS 323: Culture of Biomed Gender and Race (SEM)

GGS 324: Controlling Reproduction (SEM)

HIS 161: United States History 1 (LR)

HIS 162: United States History 2 (LR)

HIS 209: The American Civil War (LEC)

HIS 217: Civil Rights in America (LEC)

HIS 303: Americans and Governments (LEC)

HIS 311: The Early Republic (LEC)

HIS 329: US History Since 1945 (LEC)

HIS 341: Social History of Women in the United States (LEC)

HIS 351: Colonial America to 1763 (LEC)

HIS 356: Social History Women, 1875 - present (LEC)

HIS 366: History of LBGTQ America (LEC)

HIS 376: African-American History to 1877 (LEC)

HIS 379: African-American History, 1877 - present (LEC)

HIS 447: Health and Illness in American (SEM)

LIN 200: Language in Pluralistic America (LEC)

PSC 225: Equality and Justice in the United States (LEC)

PSC 293: Race and the Law (LEC)

PSC 301: Cases in Civil Liberties (LEC)

SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology (DIS - Online)

SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology (LEC)

SOC 206: Social Problems (LEC)

SOC 211: Sociology of Diversity (LEC)

SOC 229: Population Problems (LEC)

SOC 304: Sociology of Aging (LEC)

SOC 307: Criminology (LEC)

SOC 308: Life Course Sociology (LEC)

SOC 313: Sociology of Families (LEC)

SOC 314: Sociology of Gender (LEC)

SOC 318: Gender and Work (LEC)

SOC 319: Juvenile Justice (LEC)

SOC 321: Race and Ethnicity (LEC)

SOC 322: Medical Sociology (LEC)

SOC 324: Sociology of Immigration (LEC)

SOC 328: Social Inequality (LEC)

SOC 331: Sociology of Wealth and Poverty (LEC)

SOC 332: Sociology of Work (LEC)

SOC 348: Urban Sociology (LEC)

SOC 362: Families and Inequality (LEC)

SOC 363: Families and Public Policy (LEC)

SOC 378: Social Inequalities and Health (LEC)

SOC 385: Neighborhoods and Health (LEC)

SOC 387: Race and Racism (LEC)

SOC 390: Race, Class, Gender in the U.S. Military (LEC)

TH 220: Performing America (LEC)

Approved UB Seminar Topics

The following 199 UB Seminar topics also meet the Diversity Learning requirement and will be indicated as such in the Schedule of Classes upon course offering:

  • America as a Foreign Culture (APY 199)
  • African Americans in the City (TNS 199)
Published: November 14, 2017 09:59:28 AM