Washburn strives to provide enriching educational opportunities that prepare students for a diverse world. To support that goal, we encourage students to learn about, appreciate, and value a variety of cultures, life experiences, and perspectives other than their own. This list contains academic courses (self-identified by their instructors) that increase awareness of diversity, equity, and social justice issues 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 2021

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  • Intro to Race & Ethnic Studies
  • Foundations of Healthcare
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Linguistic Anthropology
  • Biological Anthropology
  • Intro to Forensic Science
  • Culture, Gender, and Sexuality
  • Religion, Magic, & Witchcraft
  • Peoples and Cultures of Africa
  • Forensic Anthropology Field School
  • Environmental Archaeology
  • Survey of Art History, Prehistoric to Medieval
  • Introduction to Art
  • Art of Landscape
  • Art of Landscape II
  • Introduction to Astronomy - Solar System
  • Intro to Biology
  • Intro to Biology Lab
  • Intro to Forensic Biology
  • Evolution
  • Biology of Behavior
  • Human Impact on Environment
  • Introductory Microbiology
  • Intro to Human Anatomy
  • Human Physiology
  • Human Anatomy
  • Systematic Botany
  • Human Genetics
  • Human Cadaver Dissection
  • Biology Literature Review
  • Intro to Poverty Studies
  • Chemistry in Context
  • Undergrad Chemical Research
  • Chemistry Internship
  • Diversity in American Culture
  • Applied Criminology
  • Criminal Justice Research Methods
  • Systems Analysis Internship
  • Syst. Analysis Cooperative I
  • Syst. Analysis Cooperative II
  • Syst. Analysis Cooperative III
  • Intro to Communication Studies
  • Public Speaking
  • Interviewing
  • Gender Communication
  • Sexual Communication
  • Community Dialogue, Deliberation
  • Comm. Studies: Directed Research
  • Comm. Studies: Senior Capstone Internship
  • Persuasion
  • Comm. Studies: Capstone
  • Teaching, Learning, Leadership
  • Ed. 1, Examining Teaching as a Profession
  • Ed. 3, Experiencing Teaching as a Profession
  • Teaching Exceptional Learners
  • Independent Study in Education
  • Intro to Educational Research
  • Independent Study in Education (Graduate)
  • First Year Writing
  • Multicultural American Literature
  • Science Fiction
  • BLM in Literature & Film
  • Animals in Literature & Film
  • Professional Writing
  • Advanced College Writing
  • Literature of the American West
  • World Regional Geography
  • Early World History
  • Changing World History
  • Modern World History
  • U.S. History pre Civil War
  • U.S. History post Civil War
  • Traditional Japan
  • American Indian History
  • Colonial Latin America
  • Science and Technology for World Leaders
  • Sustainable Development
  • Human Development
  • Family Issues
  • Virtual Remote Study Abroad
  • Intro to World Music
  • Ethics: Intro to Moral Problems
  • Philosophy of Love and Sex
  • Medical Ethics
  • Midwestern Environmental Ethics
  • Governments of the World
  • World Religions
  • Intro to Sociology
  • Environmental Sociology
  • Criminology
  • Food and Culture
  • Intro to Women’s & Gender Studies
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