MULC 1100 Introduction to Multicultural Studies
Introduces the methods of studying multiculturalism in the United States, including the dynamics, problems, and rewards resulting from interactions among diverse groups. Strategies for avoiding stereotyping and discrimination; combating institutional and personal oppression and racism; and promoting cultural empathy and cooperation are addressed.
MULC 2000 Topics in Multicultural Studies
This course provides an opportunity to examine topics of interest within Multicultural Studies. Content will vary and will focus on race, sexual orientation, age, ability, ethnicity, religion, and other aspects of diversity.
MULC 4650 Seminar in Multicultural Studies
This course provides an opportunity for advanced study in multicultural studies. Content will vary and will include particular focus on race, sexual orientation, age, ability, ethnicity, religion, and other aspects of diversity. Prerequisites: MULC 1100 and 6 additional credit hours of multicultural
studies curriculum or permission of the instructor.