This list contains academic courses (self-identified by their instructors) that focus on topics and problems related to diversity, equity, and social justice both domestically and globally. Please note that certain courses may require prerequisites other than the general University requirements and may also have additional restrictions.

Courses offered in Spring 2022

  • Introduction to Race & Ethnic Studies
  • Foundations of Healthcare
  • Foundations of Healthcare
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Linguistic Anthropology
  • Introduction to Archaeology
  • Introduction to Archaeology
  • Biological Anthropology
  • Biological Anthropology
  • Bioarchaeology of Death and Burial
  • Medical Anthropology
  • Peoples and Cultures of Africa
  • Ancient Latin America
  • Anthropology of Women
  • Visual Anthropology
  • Forensic Anthropology Field School
  • Archaeological Myths, Frauds, and Controversies
  • Survey of Art History, Prehistoric to Medieval
  • Survey of Art History, Prehistoric to Medieval
  • Survey of Art History: Renaissance to Contemporary
  • Introduction to Art
  • Introduction to Art
  • Art of Africa
  • Art of the Americas
  • Art of Landscape
  • Art of Landscape II
  • Introduction to Astronomy - Solar System
  • Introduction to Biology - Health Emphasis
  • Introduction to Biology - Gen. Ed. Emphasis
  • Introduction to Biology Lab
  • Introduction to Forensic Biology
  • Biology of Behavior
  • Human Impact on Environment
  • Human Impact on Environment
  • Human Impact on Environment
  • Introductory Microbiology
  • Introductory Microbiology Lab
  • Intro to Human Anatomy
  • Human Physiology
  • Human Physiology Lab
  • Human Anatomy
  • Human Anatomy Lab
  • Systematic Botany
  • Human Genetics
  • Human Cadaver Dissection
  • International Business
  • Chemistry in Context
  • Diversity in American Culture
  • Diversity in American Culture
  • Introduction to Communication Studies
  • Introduction to Communication Studies
  • Introduction to Communication Studies
  • Public Speaking
  • Interviewing
  • Sexual Communication
  • Community Dialogue, Deliberation
  • Persuasion
  • Teaching, Learning, Leadership
  • Ed. 1, Examining Teaching as a Profession
  • Ed. 3, Experiencing Teaching as a Profession
  • Teaching Exceptional Learners
  • First Year Writing
  • Stories from Around the World
  • Science Fiction
  • Fantasty Literature
  • Horror Films
  • Fantasy Films
  • Cinemagic
  • Beginning Nonfiction Writing
  • Beginning Creative Nonfiction Writing
  • Professional Writing
  • Mythologies in Literature
  • Advanced College Writing
  • Advanced Nonfiction Writing
  • American Literature through 1865
  • American Literature through 1865
  • Literature of the American West
  • Short Story
  • World Literature
  • World Literature since 1650
  • Modern Literature
  • Introduction to French Cinema
  • French Fiction and Films
  • Introduction to Geography
  • World Regional Geography
  • Early World History
  • Early World History
  • Early World History
  • Changing World History
  • Changing World History
  • Modern World History
  • Modern World History
  • Modern World History
  • Intro to World Music & its History
  • U.S. History through Civil War
  • U.S. History through Civil War
  • U.S. History through Civil War
  • U.S. History post Civil War
  • U.S. History post Civil War
  • U.S. History post Civil War