HUM 370 Cultural Pluralism

Compares varied cultural traditions among groups of people in a given society who are simultaneously interdependent and autonomous.  Emphasis on shared socioeconomic and political systems of people in a society and an appreciation of the distinct cultural practices among groups who coexist within that society.  Diversity of:  race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, disability, religion, and sexual preference are emphasized.  Effective communication and conflict resolution are a focus throughout the course.

*As of April 2019, this course will be delivered online, asynchronously, through the institution's Learning Management System except where otherwise authorized by the Program Dean/Director.  GE Competency Area: F