Graduate Certificate in Studies in Equity and Social Diversity in the U.S.

Pathway 1: U.S. Race & Ethnicity

  • AAAS 511: The Civil Rights Movement (3)
  • AAAS 560: Race, Gender, & Post-Colonial Discourses (3)
  • AAAS 811: The Civil Rights Movement (3)
  • AAAS 611: History of the Black Power Movement (3)
  • AAAS 812: The Black Power Movement (3)
  • AMS 536: Ethnicity in the United States: _____ (3)
  • AMS 550: Research Seminar in: _____ (3)
  • AMS 650: Jazz and American Culture (3)
  • AMS 694: Directed Readings (1-4)
  • C&T 807: Multicultural Education
  • ELPS 830: Foundations of Multicultural Education
  • THR 914: Theories of Race and Performance

Pathway 2: Women, Gender, & Sexuality

  • AAAS 560: Race, Gender, & Post-Colonial Discourses (3)
  • WGSS 521: Women and Violence (3)
  • WGSS/POLS 562: Women and Politics (3)
  • WGSS 563: Gender, Sexuality, and the Law (3)
  • WGSS/AAAS/AMS 565: Gender, Culture, and Migration (3)
  • WGSS 583: Love, Sex, & Globalization (3)
  • WGSS/POLS 600: Contemporary Feminist Political Theory (3)
  • WGSS/PSYC 689: Conceptual Issues in Human Sexuality
  • WGSS 701: Seminar in: _____ (3)
  • WGSS 800: History of Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies (3)
  • WGSS 801: Feminist Theory (3)
  • WGSS 802: Feminist Methodologies (3)

Pathway 3: U.S. Social Differences

  • AAAS 501: Regional History: _____ (3)
  • AAAS 811: The Civil Rights Movement (3)
  • AAAS 812: The Black Power Movement (3)
  • AMS 510: History of American Women – Colonial Times to 1870 (3)
  • AMS 511: History of American Women – 1870 to Present (3)
  • AMS 555: Advanced Topics in American Literature Since 1865: _____ (3)
  • AMS 650: Jazz and American Culture (3)
  • AMS 694: Directed Readings (1-4)
  • AMS 696: Studies in: _____ (3)
  • AMS 802: Theorizing America (3)
  • C&T 807: Multicultural Education
  • ELPS 830: Foundations of Multicultural Education