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Program of Study
- SOC 341
- PHIL 360
- ANTH 203, CES 101 or WGSS 101
- SOC 340 or CES 301
Electives (6 credits) to be selected in collaboration with program director from: ANTH 316; ANTH/POL S/SOC 418; CES 244, 301, 440, 446; COMSOC 321, 421; MGMT 315; PHIL 365 ; POL S 305, 432; PSYCH 309; SOC 334, 390; WGSS 385, 406.
After completing the Workplace Diversity Minor Program, students will be able to:
- Recognize how behavior and perspective are shaped by social structural factors such as economics, power, and institutionalized discrimination.
- Assess how their own and others’ cultural identity, filters and behaviors impact the work environment.
- Respond to bias in a proactive and transformational way.
- Utilize strategies to value and bridge differences among, and work more effectively with, people who differ from one another according to a wide variety of attributes.
Demonstrate behaviors that contribute to a welcoming and respectful workplace.