The course in Multiculturalism takes an interdisciplinary perspective that addresses the major issues of culture including: race/ethnicity, social class, worldviews, generational differences, sexual orientation, disabilities, religion, and geographic location. Culture is addressed through the integration of related issues of personal identity development and experiences and the resultant choices of preferred styles of life, morals, ethics, and values from a western perspective, but also an appreciation of how this varies from non-western perspectives. This can be addressed within the parameters of the varied fields within the Liberal Arts including, but not limited to; English, History, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, and any branches within each.

*Students must be in their fourth year of study (90 credits completed) to take this course.