Diversity and Multiculturalism and American Heritage

As part of the 28 units of general education coursework,students must satisfy the following two requirements by taking one course in each of the following two categories:

Diversity and Multiculturalism

A minimum of one course chosen from this group may be taken as part of areas A-E above.Students successfully completing a course in this area will be able to comprehend and appreciate cultural diversity, explore the multicultural nature of our world, and interact with other cultures in relation to one’s own.

Course Listing:

ANTHRO 107The United States and the North American Indians

3.00

ANTHRO 110Tribal and Ethnic Religions

3.00

ARABIC 101College Arabic I

5.00

ARABIC 102College Arabic II

5.00

ARABIC 103College Arabic III

5.00

ARABIC 104College Arabic IV

5.00

ASL 101American Sign Language I

4.00

ASL 102American Sign Language II

4.00

ASL 103American Sign Language III

4.00

ASL 104American Sign Language IV

4.00

COMMST 174Communication in a Diverse World

3.00

ENGL 160Literature by Women

3.00

ENGL 163Chicano/Latino Literature

3.00

ENGL 280World Literature to the 17th Century

3.00

ENGL 281World literature from the 17th Century to the Present

3.00

FRENCH 101College French I

5.00

FRENCH 102College French II

5.00

FRENCH 103College French III

5.00

FRENCH 104College French IV

5.00

GEOG 102Cultural Geography

3.00

GEOG 102HCultural Geography-Honors

3.00

HIST 107The United States and the North American Indians

3.00

HIST 170World Civilizations (3500 BCE-1500 CE)

3.00

HIST 170HWorld Civilizations (3500 BCE-1500 CE) - Honors

3.00

HIST 171World Civilizations (1500 CE to the Present)

3.00

HIST 171HWorld Civilizations (1500 CE to the Present) - Honors

3.00

HUM 101The Humanities I: Prehistoric to Medieval

3.00

HUM 102The Humanities II: Renaissance to Post Modern

3.00

HUM 140Humanities Through the Arts

3.00

JAPN 101College Japanese I

5.00

JAPN 102College Japanese II

5.00

JAPN 103College Japanese III

5.00

JAPN 104College Japanese IV

5.00

MCS 110The American Deaf Experience: Introduction to Deaf Studies

3.00

RELIG 101Introduction to World Religions

3.00

RELIG 101HIntroduction to World Religions-Honors

3.00

RELIG 110Tribal and Ethnic Religions

3.00

RELIG 113Introduction to Eastern Religions

3.00

RUS 101College Russian I

5.00

RUS 102College Russian II

5.00

SOC 105Social Problems

3.00

SOC 141Minority Relations

3.00

SOC 150Gerontology

3.00

SPAN 101College Spanish I

5.00

SPAN 102College Spanish II

5.00

SPAN 103College Spanish III

5.00

SPAN 104College Spanish IV

5.00

SPAN 157Spanish for Spanish Speakers I

5.00

SPAN 158Spanish for Spanish Speakers II

5.00

American Heritage

A minimum of one course chosen from this group may be taken as a part of areas A-E above. Students successfully completing a course in this area will be able to recognize and appreciate the unique contributions, history and collective heritage of the United States.

Course Listing:

ENGL 260Survey of American Literature I

3.00

ENGL 261Survey of American Literature II

3.00

HIST 100History of the United States to 1877

3.00

HIST 100HHistory of the United States to 1877- Honors

3.00

HIST 101History of the United States 1865 to Present

3.00

HIST 101HHistory of the United States 1865 to Present- Honors

3.00

HIST 135Religion in America

3.00

HIST 145California History

3.00

MUSIC 103Appreciation of American Popular Music

3.00

MUSIC 134Jazz History

3.00

POLIT 100American Politics

3.00

POLIT 100HAmerican Politics-Honors

3.00

RELIG 135Religion in America

3.00