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The three-credit hour U.S. and Global Diversity and Inclusion undergraduate degree requirement

The U.S. and Global Diversity and Inclusion undergraduate degree requirement is a University Requirement independent from General Education curriculum requirements and is fulfilled through completion of an approved University of New Mexico course. All courses that fulfill the requirement are listed here. Some courses that fulfill the U.S. and Global Diversity and Inclusion requirement, particularly courses numbered at the 1000- and 2000-levels, can also be taken to fulfill an area requirement in General Education at the same time. You can see whether the courses listed here will count for general education by checking the courses listed under the Areas of Study on this website.

U.S. Global and Diversity Requirement
CourseTitleCollege/Department/Program
AFST 1110Introduction to Africana StudiesAfricana Studies Program
AFST 1120 Race in the Digital AgeAfricana Studies Program
AFST 2140 Black Women in the African DiasporaAfricana Studies Program
AFST 303 Black Liberation and ReligionAfricana Studies Program
AFST 309 Black PoliticsAfricana Studies Program
AFST 315 Race and the LawAfricana Studies Program
AFST 333 Black Political TheoryAfricana Studies Program
AFST 380 African LiteratureAfricana Studies Program
AFST 385 The African WorldAfricana Studies Program
AFST 395 Education in Colonial AfricaAfricana Studies Program
AFST 396 Emancipation and EqualityAfricana Studies Program
AFST 399 Race, Culture and EducationAfricana Studies Program
AFST 453 African American ArtAfricana Studies Program
AMST 1120 Introduction to Gender StudiesAmerican Studies Program
AMST 1140 Introduction to Race, Class and EthnicityAmerican Studies Program
AMST 1150 Introduction to Southwest StudiesAmerican Studies Program
AMST 252 The Native American ExperienceAmerican Studies Program
AMST 353 Race Relations in AmericaAmerican Studies Program
ANTH 1140 Introduction to Cultural AnthropologyDepartment of Anthropology
ANTH 330 Principles of Cultural AnthropologyDepartment of Anthropology
ANTH 339 Human Rights in AnthropologyDepartment of Anthropology
ANTH 361 Behavioral Ecology and Biology of Sex RolesDepartment of Anthropology
ARCH 450 Design LeadershipSchool of Architecture and Planning
ARTE 477 Social Justice Issues in Art EducationCollege of Fine Arts
ARTH 453 African American ArtCollege of Fine Arts
ARTH 492 American LandscapesCollege of Fine Arts
CCS 310 Immigration and AssimilationChicana/o Studies
CCS 332 Introduction to Chicana StudiesChicana/o Studies
CCS 342 Race, Culture, Gender, Class in New Mexico HistoryChicana/o Studies
CCS 360 Chicano Latino Civil RightsChicana/o Studies
CCS 362 Chicana and Chicano Movement: El Movimiento ChicanoChicana/o Studies
CCS 364 Raza Genders and SexualitiesChicana/o Studies
CCS 372 New Mexico Villages and Cultural LandscapesChicana/o Studies
CCS 374 New Mexico's Literary Landscapes and BeyondChicana/o Studies
CCS 384 Community-Based Learning in Chicana and Chicano StudiesChicana/o Studies
CCS 460 Chicanos and Latinos in a Global SocietyChicana/o Studies
CCS 490 Advanced Seminar in Chicana and Chicano StudiesChicana/o Studies
CCST 1110 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic StudiesChicana/o Studies
CCST 2110 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano StudiesChicana/o Studies
CJ 313 EcoCultural Communication: Humans and "The Environment"Department of Communication & Journalism
CJ 314 Intercultural CommunicationDepartment of Communication & Journalism
CJ 317 International Cultural Conflict and Community BuildingDepartment of Communication & Journalism
CJ 318 Language, Thought and BehaviorDepartment of Communication & Journalism
CJ 326 Gender and CommunicationDepartment of Communication & Journalism
CJ 469 Multiculturalism, Gender and MediaDepartment of Communication & Journalism
COMM 1155 Communication Across CulturesDepartment of Communication & Journalism
COMP 453 Asian Studies ThesisForeign Languages and Literatures
CRP 473 Planning on Native American LandsSchool of Architecture and Planning
CRP 474 Cultural Aspects of Community Development PlanningSchool of Architecture and Planning
CRP 486 Planning Issues in Chicano CommunitiesSchool of Architecture and Planning
ECON 2220 Economics of Race and GenderDepartment of Economics
ECON 331 Economics of Poverty and DiscriminationDepartment of Economics
ENG 200 Technology in SocietySchool of Engineering
ENGL 2540 Introduction to Chicano/a LiteratureDepartment of English Language and Literature
ENGL 2560 Introduction to Native American LiteratureDepartment of English Language and Literature
ENGL 2670 African American LiteratureDepartment of English Language and Literature
ENGL 308 The Jewish Experience in American Literature and CultureDepartment of English Language and Literature
ENGL 397 Regional LiteratureDepartment of English Language and Literature
ENGL 479 Postcolonial LiteraturesDepartment of English Language and Literature
FCS 484 The Sociocultural Context of FamiliesCollege of Education
FDMA 336 Images of (Wo)menUNM Film & Digital Arts
GEOG 1175 World RegionsGeography & Environmental Studies
GEOG 254 Introduction to Latin American Society I: Social SciencesGeography & Environmental Studies
GEOG 364 Law, Place and SpaceGeography & Environmental Studies
GEOG 445 Geography of New Mexico and the SouthwestGeography & Environmental Studies
GEOG 466 The CityGeography & Environmental Studies
GNDR 2110 Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality StudiesWomen Studies
HED 482 Social Determinants and Multicultural HealthCollege of Education
HIST 1160 Western Civilization IIDepartment of History
HIST 1170 Survey of Early Latin AmericaDepartment of History
HIST 1180 Survey of Modern Latin AmericaDepartment of History
HIST 2110 Survey of New Mexico HistoryDepartment of History
HIST 323 History of the Jewish People to 1492Department of History
HIST 345 U.S. Women since 1865Department of History
HIST 363 Early History of Mexican-AmericansDepartment of History
HIST 371 From Aztec to Spanish Domination: The History of Early MexicoDepartment of History
HIST 426 History of the HolocaustDepartment of History
HIST 453 Asian Studies ThesisDepartment of History
HIST 463 Hispanic Frontiers in North AmericaDepartment of History
HIST 464 U.S.-Mexico BorderlandsDepartment of History
HIST 465 History of Mexican ImmigrationDepartment of History
HIST 470 Labor and Working Class in Latin AmericaDepartment of History
HIST 472 Women in Modern Latin AmericaDepartment of History
HIST 474 Slavery and Race Relations in the AmericasDepartment of History
HLED 2530 Fundamentals of Human SexualityCollege of Education
HMHV 1110 Social Contours of HealthHealth, Medicine and Human Values Program
HMHV 310 Health and Cultural DiversityHealth, Medicine and Human Values Program
LING 331 Language in SocietyDepartment of Linguistics
LING 334 Language and GenderDepartment of Linguistics
LLSS 315 Educating Linguistically and Culturally Diverse StudentsCollege of Education
LLSS 321 School and SocietyCollege of Education
LLSS 456 First and Second Language Development within Cultural ContextsCollege of Education
LLSS 457 Language, Culture, and MathematicsCollege of Education
LLSS 458 Literacy Across CulturesCollege of Education
MGMT 306 Organizational Behavior and DiversityAnderson School of Management
MGMT 308 Ethical, Political and Social EnvironmentAnderson School of Management
MGMT 457 Diversity in OrganizationsAnderson School of Management
MGMT 469 American Indian Business and ManagementAnderson School of Management
MLNG 1110 Approaches to Languages and CulturesForeign Languages and Literatures
MUSE 477 Music Education and DiversityCollege of Fine Arts
NATV 1150 Introduction to Native American StudiesNative American Studies
NATV 2110 Sociopolitical Concepts in Native AmericaNative American Studies
NATV 2140 Research Issues In Native AmericaNative American Studies
NATV 252 The Native American ExperienceNative American Studies
NATV 300 Research Methods in Native American ContextsNative American Studies
NATV 305 Indigenous Self-Determination in EducationNative American Studies
NATV 315 Language Recovery Revitalization and Community RenewalNative American Studies
NATV 325 Tribal GovernmentNative American Studies
NATV 326 Tribal GamingNative American Studies
NATV 385 Indigenous WorldviewsNative American Studies
NATV 402 Education, Power and Indigenous CommunitiesNative American Studies
NATV 423 Self Determination and Indigenous Human RightsNative American Studies
NATV 436 Environmental Ethics and Justice in Native AmericaNative American Studies
NATV 445 Politics of IdentityNative American Studies
NATV 461 Community-Based Learning in Indigenous ContextsNative American Studies
NATV 474 Seminar: Applying Traditions of Native American PhilosophyNative American Studies
NATV 480 Building Native Nations: Community Revitalization, Culture, Decolonization, and ThoughtNative American Studies
NATV 486 Contemporary and Traditional Views on Indigenous LeadershipNative American Studies
PCST 307 Nonviolent AlternativesPeace and Justice Studies Program
PH 101 Introduction to Population HealthCollege of Population Health
PH 102 Global Health Challenges and ResponsesCollege of Population Health
PHIL 453 Asian Studies ThesisDepartment of Philosophy
POLS 2120 International RelationsDepartment of Political Science
POLS 254 Introduction to Latin American Society I: Social SciencesDepartment of Political Science
POLS 307 The Politics of Ethnic GroupsDepartment of Political Science
POLS 308 Hispanics in US PoliticsDepartment of Political Science
POLS 309 Black PoliticsDepartment of Political Science
POLS 313 Women and the LawDepartment of Political Science
POLS 376 Health Policy and PoliticsDepartment of Political Science
POLS 377 Population Policy and PoliticsDepartment of Political Science
POLS 453 Asian Studies ThesisDepartment of Political Science
PSY 374 Cross-cultural PsychologyDepartment of Psychology
RELG 1110 Introduction to World ReligionsReligious Studies Program
RELG 2110 Eastern ReligionsReligious Studies Program
RELG 2120 Western ReligionsReligious Studies Program
RELG 303 Black Liberation and ReligionReligious Studies Program
RELG 453 Asian Studies ThesisReligious Studies Program
SIGN 2125 Introduction to Signed LanguageDepartment of Linguistics
SIGN 352 Language and Culture in the Deaf Community, Part 1Department of Linguistics
SOC 307 Nonviolent AlternativesDepartment of Sociology
SOC 308 Sociology of GenderDepartment of Sociology
SOC 312 Causes of Crime and DelinquencyDepartment of Sociology
SOC 328 Sociology of Native AmericansDepartment of Sociology
SOC 354 Introduction to Latin American Society I: Social SciencesDepartment of Sociology
SOC 415 Inequality and PowerDepartment of Sociology
SOC 420 Race and InequalityDepartment of Sociology
SOC 422 Sociology of ReligionDepartment of Sociology
SOC 430 Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Class for Social PolicyDepartment of Sociology
SOCI 2315 The Dynamics of PrejudiceDepartment of Sociology
SPAN 431 Spanish American Literature Survey IDepartment of Spanish & Portuguese
SPCD 411 Social Construction of DisabilitiesCollege of Education
SPCD 459 Teaching Bilingual-Multicultural Special EducationCollege of Education
SPCD 460 Introduction to Bilingual-Multicultural Special EducationCollege of Education
WMST 304 Feminist Theories: Identity, Knowledge and PowerWomen Studies
WMST 313 Women and the LawWomen Studies
WMST 324 Contemporary Feminist TheoryWomen Studies
WMST 325 Race, Class and FeminismWomen Studies
WMST 326 Gender and CommunicationWomen Studies
WMST 331 Transnational FeminismsWomen Studies
WMST 332 Introduction to Chicana StudiesWomen Studies
WMST 377 Population Policy and PoliticsWomen Studies
WMST 469 Multiculturalism, Gender and MediaWomen Studies
WMST 498 Feminism in ActionWomen Studies