2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Multicultural Education 9 Credits

This specialization is designed for students wishing additional preparation in addressing the challenges and opportunities involved in teaching in a diverse society. Aspiring teachers will have the chance to deepen their knowledge and develop strategies to examine significant issues. These include class, culture, ethnicity, gender, language, sexual orientation, and religion.

Requirements

I. Required Core:

CSOCL 2119Race and Ethnic Relations

3

Choose TWO:

CPSYC 1201Cross-Cultural Psychology

3

CSOCL 2113Children in Global Perspective

3

EARED 6003An Arts Approach to Multicultural Education

3

EECLD 6001Culturally Responsive Teaching

3

EEDUC 6111Constructing the Equitable Classroom: From Theory to Practice

3

CPSYC 1201 and CSOCL 2113: Only one of these courses can be taken to satisfy this requirement.