This course focuses on understanding basic concepts of how to live in and navigate a modern, diverse world. It utilizes an intersectional approach to diversity, by understanding, situations, workplaces, communities and organizations as combinations of people representing various status and experiences. These include, but are not limited to, status combinations of: Culture, gender, ethnicity, race, sexuality, social class, immigration, religion, age, ability, urban or rural living experiences, and, educational attainment. Special focus is on learning how to live, work and function in ways inclusive and accepting of diversity. This course is recommended for majors outside of Psychology and Sociology.
RHK LEC MW 01:00PM 02:15PM A222