The Diversity Minor is intended to give students a broad understanding of human diversity, social inequality, and social (in)justice(s). Upon completion of the minor, students will have foundational knowledge of socially constructed identities such as race, class, gender, sexuality, disability, age, ethnicity, religion, and nationality.

Requirements for the Minor in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Studies (15 credits)

One introductory course, one course from the race/ethnicity, one course from the gender/sexuality requirement, and one course from the class requirement. Students must also
select one course from one of the following required categories: global perspectives and cultural diversity, or government policies.

Introductory Course: (3 Credits)

SOCI1101 or SOCI1201 Introduction to Sociology

Requirement 1: Race/ Ethnicity (3 Credits)

Requirement 2: Gender/ Sexuality (3 Credits)

Requirement 3: Class/ Socioeconomic Issues (3 Credits)

Select one course from requirement 4 OR 5

Requirement 4: Global Perspectives and Cultural Diversity (3 Credits)

Requirement 5: Government Policies and Social Practices (3 Credits)