Responsibility Outcome 1 (R1): Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity

R1 Courses

AIS 101Introduction to American Indian History and Cultures3
AIS 102Introduction to American Indian Expressive Cultures3
AIS 121Beginning Ojibwe4
AIS 142Introduction to American Indian Literatures3
AIS 240American Indian History3
AIS 242The American Indian in Literature and Film3
AIS 243Introduction to Contemporary American Indian Communities3
AIS 368Studies in American Indian History3
ANTH 312Space, Society, Subject3
CJ 111Gender, Race, Class, and Communication: The Social Construction of Identity3
CJ 301Intercultural Communication3
CJ 317Diversity & Communication: Organizational & Media Contexts3
ENGL 142Introduction to American Indian Literatures3
ENGL 242The American Indian in Literature and Film3
ENGL 268Survey of American Ethnic Literature3
ENGL 296Perspectives on Women's Literature3
ENPH 225Introduction to Public Health3
ES 385Social Foundations: Human Relations3
GEOG 188Cultural Landscapes of North America3
GEOG 312Space, Society, Subject3
HIST 114United States History to 18773
HIST 115United States History Since 18773
HIST 205American Women's History3
HIST 210African American History 1865 to Present3
HIST 240American Indian History3
HIST 313Gender, Sex, and Science in European History3
HIST 345Civil Rights and American Memory3
HIST 358The American West3
HIST 368Studies in American Indian History3
HNRS 129Honors Colloquium3-4
HNRS 142Honors Colloquium3-4
HNRS 172Honors Colloquium3-4
HNRS 381Honors Colloquium3-4
HUMS 210Voices of Color in America3
LANG 121Beginning Ojibwe4
LANG 160Ojibwe Culture and History3
LAS 222Introduction to U.S. Latino History and Culture3
MUSI 111Global Roots of Music in the United States3
MUSI 112History of Rock and Pop3
MUSI 114Evolution of Jazz3
MUSI 116Folk Guitar in Culture across Time3
MUSI 224Music and Gender3
NRSG 225Introduction to Public Health3
NRSG 389Cross Cultural Health3
PHIL 377Philosophy and Feminism3
POLS 312American Political Thought3
POLS 350Group and Minority Politics3
POLS 406U.S. Constitutional Principles - Equality and Privacy3
PSYC 230Human Development3
PSYC 332Psychology of Adolescence3
PSYC 336Psychology of Women3
RELS 100Introduction to the Religions of the World3
RELS 203Women and World Religions3
RELS 210Religion and Morality3
RELS 342African American Religion3
SOC 101Introduction to Sociology3
SOC 202Women and Men in Society: The Sociology of Gender3
SOC 312Race and Ethnicity in the U.S.3
SOC 314Social Class and Inequality3
SOC 316Sociology of Family3
SOC 385Social Foundations of Work and Occupations3
WMNS 100U.S. Women's Experience: Gender, Race, and Class3
WMNS 111Gender, Race, Class, and Communication: The Social Construction of Identity3
WMNS 202Women and Men in Society: The Sociology of Gender3
WMNS 203Women and World Religions3
WMNS 205American Women's History3
WMNS 206Perspectives in LGBTQ Studies3
WMNS 215African-American Feminism in the Humanities3
WMNS 224Music and Gender3
WMNS 260Masculinity Studies and Feminist Theories3
WMNS 296Perspectives on Women's Literature3
WMNS 301Examining Women's Studies3
WMNS 310Women and Violence3
WMNS 313Gender, Sex, and Science in European History3
WMNS 317Diversity & Communication: Organizational & Media Contexts3
WMNS 335Transnational/Global Feminisms3
WMNS 336Psychology of Women3
WMNS 375Ecofeminism - Women's Studies and Environmental Justice3
WMNS 377Philosophy and Feminism3