The Cultural Diversity Track is recommended for students seeking increased knowledge of diverse cultures. This track is especially useful for students who may be considering further education in anthropology, counseling, social work, or public health. Internships are available to seniors in their spring semester and students will be matched to an internship site based upon their career interests.

Track Requirements (18 credit hours)

Required Core Track Courses:

  • SC 255 Prejudice and Discrimination or
  • SC 245 Introduction to Anthropology

Plus four courses selected from the following list:

  • SC 151 Cultures of East Asia
  • SC 245 Introduction to Anthropology
  • SC 250(W) Japanese Society
  • SC 253 Popular Culture in Japan
  • SC 255 Prejudice and Discrimination
  • SC 315 Sexuality and Society
  • SC 320 Sex and Gender
  • SC 330 Social Stratification
  • SC 353 Latina/o Transnational Experience
  • SC 355 Comparative Ethnic Relations
  • SC 370(W) Medicine and Culture
  • SC 390 Health and Healing in East Asia
  • SC 450(W) Social and Cultural Change
  • SC 455 Cultural Diversity Training
  • SC 475S Internship and Seminar in Human Services, Health, and Social Justice
  • SC 490 Multicultural Counseling
  • CO 390 Intercultural Communication
  • CO 394 Multicultural Communication

One additional course, such as:

  • SC 151 Cultures of East Asia
  • SC 250(W) Japanese Society
  • SC 353 Latina/o Transnational Experience
  • Or a course approved by the department chair