- ART 419 Women in the Arts: This course will offer an introduction to the role played by women as creators, patrons, and subject of art, from the Middle Ages to the present. It will examine the artistic as well as social, political, economic contexts in and against which women artists had to work and how that context impacted the art they have created.
Languages and Literature
- COM 325: Intercultural Communication
- COM 400: Rhetoric of Social Movements
- COM 202: Interpersonal Communication
- ENG 453/553: African-American Literature.
Social Sciences and History
- GEO 201. INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
- GEO 303: WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
- GEO 405: CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY
- GEO 435: GEOGRAPHY OF RELIGION
- CRJ592 /PSC 592 : WOMEN, POLITICS & POLICY
- HIS 433. AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY
- PSC 325 : WOMEN AND POLITICS
- PSC 492: Special Topics:
- Black Political Thought
- Minority Politics
- Black Feminist Thought
- PSC 444: Civil Liberties / Civil Rights
- SOC 450/SOC 550: RACIAL AND CULTURAL MINORITIES.
- SOC/ COD/PSC 514: GENDER IN A CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
- SOC 468/ SOC 568: GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT
- SOC 456/ SOC 556: RACE, CLASS, and GENDER
- SOC 432/ 532: SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER: SOUTH ASIAN PERSPECTIVES
- COD 522: ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY
- SOC 585: POPULATION
- CSP 340. SURVEY OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN: Characteristics, needs, and developmental issues of children and youth with exceptional learning needs.
- CSP 348. COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION: A study of parent involvement in special education with emphasis on conferencing, counseling and training parents/guardians to meet their child's individual needs.