Safe Zone

Courses with LGBT Themes

Arts and Sciences

  • AR 120: Purpose and Place- Exploring Campus, Community, and Self
  • AR 150A: Arrupe Scholars for Social Action- Orientation
  • AR 150B: Arrupe Scholars for Social Action First-Year Seminar
  • AR 197: Experiential College
  • AR 250: Arrupe Scholars for Social Action- Solidarity
  • AR 291: Justice and Democracy in a Global Context
  • AR 350: Arrupe Scholars for Social Action- Junior Experience
  • AR 450: Arrupe Scholars for Social Action- Senior Capstone

 Biology

  • BL 260: Poverty and Disease

 Career Education

  • CE 111: Exploring Your Options
  • CE 122: Introduction to Careers in Psychology
  • CE 199: Internship Experience (Non-Credit)

 Communication and Theater Arts

  • CO 200: Interpersonal Communication
  • CO 321: Multiculturalism and the Mass Media
  • CO 322: Women in Mass Media
  • CO 341: Perspectives in Contemporary American Political Discourse
  • CO 386: Media Literacy
  • CO 389: Social Issues in Journalism
  • CO 390: Intercultural Communication
  • CO 465: Media Ethics

 Economics

  • EC 321: Labor and Human Resources Development

 Education and Allied Studies

  • ED 255E: Focus on Family Ecology
  • ED 253: School and Society
  • ED 350: Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society
  • ED 357: Adolescent Literature

 English

  • EN 278: Introduction to African American Literature
  • EN 299: Special Topics in Literature
  • EN 472: Studies in African American Literature
  • EN 491: Feminist Literary Criticism

 French

  • FR 304: French Culture through Fine Arts and Music

 History

  • HS 125: Human Rights
  • HS 131: African American History
  • HS 150: Women in United States History
  • HS 153: Working-Class America
  • HS 155: Sports in American Society
  • HS 168: The Border/La Frontera
  • HS 170: Introduction to Latin American History and Culture
  • HS 195-197: Special Topics
  • HS 273: Colonial Latin American History
  • HS 274: Modern Latin American History
  • HS 336: The Holocaust
  • HS 341: Race and Sex in American Popular Culture
  • HS 372: Race and Gender in Latin America
  • HS 473: Nazi Germany: Origins, Structures, and Consequences

 Honors Program

  • HP 291: Justice and Democracy in a Global Context
  • HP 299: Honors Practicum

 International Business with Language and Culture

  • IB 301: Culture and Change

 International Cultures

  • IC 145: Fashion in French Literature and the Arts
  • IC 162: Italian American Culture and Civilization through Literature
  • IC 302: International Cultures through Cinema
  • IC 303: International Film and Literature
  • IC 370: Hispanic Women Writers

 Management

  • MN 361: Global Management

 Military Science

  • MS 402: Leadership in a Complex World

 Peace, Justice, and Human Rights

  • PJHR 101: Introduction to Peace, Justice, and Human Rights
  • PJHR 110: Peace, Justice, and Human Rights Advocacy Practicum
  • PJHR 301: Internship Class

 Philosophy

  • PL 101: Introduction to Philosophy
  • PL 289: Social and Political Philosophy
  • PL 290: Major Women Philosophers
  • PL 330: Feminist Philosophies
  • PL 355: Philosophy and Film
  • PL 385: Philosophy and the Body
  • PL 388: Philosophy of Love and Sex

 Political Science

  • PO 101: United State Politics
  • PO 104: Political Thought
  • PO 207: Politics of Equality
  • PO 240: Law and Film
  • PO 241: Religion, Culture, and Politics
  • PO 305: Sex, Gender, and Politics
  • PO 315: Civil Rights and Liberties
  • PO 316: Social Movements
  • PO 332: African Politics
  • PO 334: International Institutions, Law, and Human Rights
  • PO 343: Contemporary Political Thought
  • PO 344: Issues and Problems in Democratic Thought
  • PO 464: Utopian Thought

 Psychology

  • PS 101: Introduction to Psychology
  • PS 150: Violence and Aggression
  • PS 241: Social Psychology
  • PS 342: Psychology of Prejudice

 Sociology and Criminology

  • SC 101: Introduction to Sociology
  • SC 111: Introduction to Social Justice
  • SC 201: Social Problems
  • SC 225: Sociology of the Family
  • SC 255: Prejudice and Discrimination
  • SC 265: Victims of Crime
  • SC 315: Sexuality and Society
  • SC 320: Sex and Gender
  • SC 353: Latina/o Transnational Experience
  • SC 400: Sociological Theory
  • SC 455: Cultural Diversity Training
  • SC 490: Multicultural Counseling

 Theology and Religious Studies

  • RL: 315: The Holocaust and its Meaning
  • RL 232: African American Theology
  • RL 325: Women in Christian Tradition
  • RL 362: Religion, Ethics, and Public Policy
  • RL 364: Christian Sexuality
  • RL 368: Christian Social Justice
  • RL 437: Readings in Feminist Theology