Minor in Diversity Studies

The graduate minor in Diversity Studies requires 9 semester credit hours.

Required Courses
DVST 5310Diversity Studies: Theories & Issues3
DVST 5320Global Issues in Diversity3
Prescribed Electives
Choose 3 hours from the following:3
Latin American Cultures
Peoples and Cultures of Africa
Mexican American Culture
Gender and Sexuality in Cross Cultural Perspective
The Politics of Language
Creativity: Theories, Research, and Applications
Multicultural Teaching and Learning
Race, Class, and Crime
Race and Ethnicity in Crime and Criminal Justice
Seminar in Human Communication Theory
Gender and Communication
Language Problems in a Multicultural Enviroment
Specializations in Rhetoric and Composition
Southwestern Studies I: Defining the Region
Southwestern Studies II: Consequences of Region
Studies in Rhetorical Theory
Problems in Language and Literature
Ethnohistory
American Sexualities
Queer History: GLBT Histories in the United States
Women and Empire
Society and Culture in Brazil
Race, Class, and Nation in Modern Latin America
Slavery and Emancipation in the Americas
History of Mexico to 1848
Transformation of the South
Music and Social Movements
Immigration and US History
Gender and Citizenship
African American History
Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in American Labor History
US Women's History
China and the Modern World
Mahatma Gandhi in World History
Mass Media and Society
Gender, Race, and Class in the Media
Global Media Issues
Latinos and Media
Global Media Strategy in Advertising and Public Relations
Themes in Africana Philosophy
Literacy as Sociocultural Practice
Seminar on the Sociology of Gender
Aging and Dementia: Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Seminar in Sociology of Racial and Ethnic Relations
Social Inequality: Race, Class, and Gender in the United States
Seminar in Poverty
Seminar in Globalization and Development
Images of Women
Realities of Women
Total Hours9