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NDSU Diversity Courses

Please Note: NDSU offers a variety of courses focused on topics of diversity.  The following list represents General Education course offerings in two areas:

  • Category 6:Cultural Diversity (D)
  • Category 7:Global Perspectives (G)

Additional courses that address diversity are created and offered on a continual basis, therefore, this list is not comprehensive.

For a complete and current list of approved General Education courses at NDSU, please refer to http://www.ndsu.edu/registrar/gened.

Category 6:Cultural Diversity (D)

This requirement may be met by 3 credits taken in any department as part of the 40 credits required for general education in a course approved for cultural diversity.  All courses are 3 credits.

- ADHM 410: Dress in World Cultures
- ADHM 411: Food and World Cultures
- ANTH 111: Introduction to Anthropology
- ART 110: Introduction to the Visual Arts
- COMM 216: Intercultural Communication
- ENGL 330: British/American Women Writers
- ENGL 335: Multicultural Writers
- ENGL 340: 19th Century American Fiction
- ENGL 341: 20th Century American Fiction
- ENGL 345: Themes in American Culture
- FREN 201: Second-Year French II
- FREN 345: Women in French Literature
- GERM 201: Second-Year German I
- HDFS 475: Children & Families Across Cultres
- HIST 135: Race in U.S. History
- HIST 261: American Indian History
- HIST 271: Introduction to Latin American History
- HIST 431: The North American Plains
- HON 386: World Literature: Imaginary Homelands
- MUSC 108: Roots of American Popular Music
- PHIL 215: Contemporary Moral Issues
- SOC 235: Cultural Diversity
- SOC 412: Sociology of Gender
- SPAN 201: Second-Year Spanish I
- THEA 115: World Film
- THEA 280: World Theatre
- WGS 110: Introduction to Women's Studies
- WGS 112: Introduction to Masculinities

Category 7: Global Perspectives (G)

This requirement may be met by 3 credits taken in any department as part of the 40 credits required for general education in a course approved for global perspectives.  All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted.

- ARCH 321: History of Architecture I
- ART 111: Introduction to the Art History
- BIOL 124: Environmental Science
- BIOL 124L: Environmental Science Lab (1 credit)
- ECON 105: Elements of Economics
- ECON 201: Principles of Microeconomics
- ECON 202: Principles of Macroeconomics
- ENGL 336: Literature and the Environment
- ENGR 312: Impact of Technology on Society
- FREN 101: First-Year French I (4 credits)
- FREN 102: First-Year French II (4 credits)
- GEOG 151: Human Geography
- GEOG 161: World Regional Geography
- GEOL 105: Physical Geology
- GEOL105L: Physical Geology Lab (1 credit)
- GEOL 106: The Earth Through Time
- GEOL 106L: The Earth Through Time Lab (1 credit)
- GERM 101: First-Year German I (4 credits)
- GERM 102: First-Year German II (4 credits)
- GERM 220: German Culture and Society
- HIST 381: Australia & New Zealand
- INTL 110: Introduction to International Studies
- NRM/RNG 225: Natural Resources & Agro-ecosystems
- PLSC 110: World Food Crops/Lab
- POLS 120: Terrorism
- POLS 220: International Politics
- SPAN 101: First-Year Spanish I (4 credits)
- SPAN 102: First-Year Spanish II (4 credits)
- UNIV 151: Science and Society

Additional courses offered with a diversity component in the following general topic areas.  Some of these courses may require admittance into the academic program.

CULTURAL/RACIAL
- ANTH 206: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology: Peoples of the World
- ANTH 443/643: Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East & North Africa
- ANTH 444/644: Peoples of Pacific Islands
- ANTH 446/646: Latin America & Caribbean: Afro-Latino/as, Gender, Indigeneity
- ANTH 459/650: Global Cultural Heritage
- ARB 101: First-Year Arabic I
- ARB 102: First-Year Arabic II
- ARB 201: Second-Year Arabic I
- ARB 202: Second-Year Arabic II
- ARCH 728: Sociocultural Issues
- ART 451: History of American Art
- CED 721: Introduction to Native Community Development
- CED 723: Building Native Community/Economic Capacity
- CED 725: Wellness in Native Communities
- CED 726: Youth Development in Native Communities
- CED 728: Role of Tribal Colleges in Economic Development
- CJ 760: Police and Race Issues
- EDUC 452/652: Assessment and Testing of Culturally Diverse Students
- EDUC 489/689: Teaching Students of Diverse Backgrounds
- EDUC 712: Social, Cultural, and Political Dimensions of Schools
- EDUC 808: Empowerment & Transformative Education
- EMGT 464/664: Disaster & Culture
- ENGL 435/635: Young Adult Literature in a Multicultural World
- ENGL 474/674: Native American Literature
- ENGL 656: Literacy, Culture, and Identity
- ENGL 780: Studies in British Literature
- ENGL 782: Studies in Irish Literature
- HDFS 475/675: Children and Families Across Cultures
- HDFS 715: Youth in Cultural Contexts
- HDFS 750 Culture and Aging: Global and Multicultural Perspectives
- HIST 271: Introduction to Latin American History
- HIST 280: History of East Asia to 1600
- HIST 281: History of East Asia from 1600
- HIST 429/629: History of the American South to 1850
- HIST 434/634: Environmental History
- HIST 440/640: The Ottoman Empire
- HIST 475/675: The Aztec, Maya, and Inca
- HIST 477/677: Slavery in the Atlantic World
- HIST 480: History of Modern China from 1600
- HIST 481: History of Japan
- HIST 482: Vietnam: 125 Years of Conflict
- HIST 484: Cultures an Civilizations of the Pre-modern World
- MPH 765: Cultural Competence in Health Care
- MPH 771: American Indian Health Policy
- MPH 772: American Indian Health Disparities
- MPH 773: Cultural Competence in Indian Health
- MPH 774: Research Issues in Tribal Communities
- MPH 775: Cast Studies in Indian Health
- PHRM 665: Cultural Competence in Health Care
- PSYC 216: Cultural Psychology
- PSYC 758: Diversity in Clinical Psychology
- SOC 425/625: Sociology of Culture

GENDER
- CJ 310: Women and Policing
- CJ 768: Gender and Justice
- COMM 412/612: Gender and Communication
- ENGL 331: Contemporary Women Writers
- ENGL 454: Language Bias
- HDFS 481/681: Gender and Aging
- HIST 259: Women and European History 1400-1800
- HIST 260: Women in America
- POLS 350: Gender Issues and the Law
- POLS 351: Women and Politics
- SOC 424/624:Feminist Theory and Discourse
- WGS 350: Perspectives in Women's Studies

SEXUAL IDENTITY/ORIENTATION
-
HDFS 448/648: Issues in Sexuality
-PSYC 210: Human Sexuality
-WGS 340: Perspectives in LGBTQ Studies

MULTI-ISSUE COURSES
- CED 713: Community Development II: Organizing for Community Change
- CJ 465: Women and Minorities in Criminal Justice
- COMM 701: Advanced Interpersonal Communication
- CNED 716: Social & Cultural Foundations of Counseling
- EDUC 807: Diversity and Educational Policy
- HDFS 230: Life Span Development
- HDFS 242: Couples, Marriages, and Families
- HDFS 353: Children, Families, and Public Policy
- HDFS 468: Families and Work
- HDFS 873: Social Justice Approaches to Couple and Family Therapy
- HIST 265: Families in America
- MGMT 453: Understanding and Managing Diversity in Organizations
- NURS 708: Transcultural & Social Perspectives
- PHIL 215: Contemporary Moral Issues
- SOC 410/610: Social Inequality
- SOC 417/617: Sociology of the Family
- SOC 439/639: Social Change

 

 


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