You will learn about a variety of diversity issues and problems. Courses fulfilling this requirement will have a substantial emphasis on cultural diversity within the United States. Complete a minimum of 3 credits. These courses may also satisfy another breadth category.
|CGS CTA 210x||Introduction to Intercultural Communication||
An overview of how people communicate with people from other cultures. Communication behavior both verbal and nonverbal will be examined to determine their role in other cultures. Students will learn to communicate more competently with people from other cultures and ethnic groups.
UW-Parkside General Education Requirements: This course transfers to UW-Parkside as COMM 365, satisfying the diversity requirement. Always consult with Transferology to receive up-to-date information on course transfer.
|CGS HIS 102x||History of the United States From the Civil War to Present||
A survey of American political, economic, social, and intellectual history from the era of the Civil War to the Present. As an Ethnic Studies (ES) course, this course thoroughly integrates the experiences of African Americans, Native Americans, Hispanics, and/or Asian Americans into US history in a manner that fosters understanding and appreciation of the perspectives and experiences of at least two of these groups as well as their contributions to, and interactions within, American society.
Note: Transfers to UW-Parkside as HIST 102
|CGS MUS 273x||Jazz History & Appreciation||
An introduction to the styles and forms of jazz through a study of its history, literature, cultural influences, musical structure, and prominent performers. Includes recorded listening experiences. Satisfies the following two categories: Ethnic Studies and Fine Arts & Humanities.
Course classification: arts.
Note: Transfers to UW-Parkside as MUS 106