Inclusiveness

  • MGMT 3300- Introduction to Management and Organization
  • LEAD 1000- Foundations of Education
  • LEAD 3000- How college Students Develop
  • LEAD 3010- Diversity and Inclusiveness in Higher Education
  • TED 4400- Children's Literature
  • GDD 2100- Game Design for Diverse Populations
  • MAE 1503- Introduction to Engineering Design

Anthropology

  • ANTH 1020- Intro to Archaeology
  • ANTH 1040- Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 3040- Women around the World/ WEST 3040
  • ANTH 3420- North American Indians/ WEST 3420
  • ANTH 3430- Anthropological Approaches to Globalization
  • ANTH 3380 Evolutionary Medicine and Health
  • ANTH 4420- Museums and Meaning

Biology

  • BIOL 3240- Perspectives on Biological Sustainability

English

  • ENGL 2600- Literature: The Global Perspective I
  • ENGL 2610- Literature: The Global Perspective II
  • ENGL 2930- Exploring English Studies: Inclusiveness
  • ENGL 4860- Rhetoric of the Family: From Narrow to Inclusive

Geography

  • GES 1500- Introduction to Environmental Studies and Sustainability
  • GES 1980- World Regional Geography
  • GES 1990- Introduction to Human Geography
  • GES 3070- Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
  • GES 3400- Geopolitics
  • GES 3820- Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean
  • GES 3980- Places and Faces: Geographic Issues in Film
  • GES 4020- Qualitative Methods in Geography

Gerontology

  • GRNT 2300- Transitions in Adulthood from Life in an Aging Society/ SOC 2300
  • GRNT 3000- Introduction to Gerontology

History

  • HIST 1110- Asian History: Southeast Asia
  • HIST 1120- Asian History: The Indian Subcontinent
  • HIST 1130- Asian History: China
  • HIST 1135- Introduction to Contemporary China
  • HIST 1150- Introduction to Modern Sub-Saharan Africa
  • HIST 1140- Asian History: Japan
  • HIST 1300- Global Revolutions: A Comparative History
  • HIST 1400- Latin America to 1810
  • HIST 1410- Latin America Since 1810
  • HIST 1540- U.S.: Recent America, 1918-Present
  • HIST 1600- Making of the Modern Middle East I
  • HIST 1610 -Making of the Modern Middle East II
  • HIST 3010- Women in Classical Antiquity/ PHIL 3140/ WEST 3140
  • HIST 3000 – Specials Topics
  • HIST 3110 - Women in Classical Antiquity
  • HIST 3120- The Panorama of World Civilizations to 1500
  • HIST 3200- Crusades
  • HIST 3220- Genocide: The Case of the Nazis
  • HIST 3550- Religion and American Culture: 1500-2000
  • HIST 3560- Modern Mexico
  • HIST 3570- City of Latin America
  • HIST 3580- 3580 Immigrant Histories
  • HIST 3590- Latin American History through Film
  • HIST 3700- Colonial America, 1607-1763
  • HIST 3710- Good Wives and Nasty Wrenches
  • HIST 3720- From Slavery to Freedom, 1607-1877/ WEST 3720
  • HIST 3730- Vision and History in Native-American and African-American Narratives
  • HIST 3750- Orphans, Paupers, and other Vagabonds: poor Relief in the US 1607-1930
  • HIST 3760- Bombs, Bullets, and Brotherhood: History of American Labor
  • HIST 3770- “A Strange Quiet”: Epidemics in U.S. History 1607-1920
  • HIST 3960- Nazis and Jews in European Film
  • HIST 4130- Baghdad to Burgos: Jews, Christians, & Muslims in the Medieval Mediterranean World (600-1500 c.e.)
  • HIST 4140- Women in Medieval Europe
  • HIST 4150- Astrolabes, Arms, & Azulejos (Tiles): Medieval Science, Technology, & Material Culture (600-1500 c.e.)
  • HIST 4160- A Crossroads of Civilizations: Medieval Spain and North Africa (600-1500 c.e.)
  • HIST 4280- Beyond the Pillars of Hercules: The Trans-Atlantic Empires of Spain and Portugal (1450 – 1750)
  • HIST 4500 World War Two: A Global History
  • HIST 4530- Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850 – 1877
  • HIST 4580- The American West
  • HIST 4690- Colorado History
  • HIST 4730- Classical Chinese Thoughts and Politics
  • HIST 4740-Between Revolution and Reform: The Making of Modern China (1800-2012)
  • HIST 4750- Modern Japan
  • HIST 4780- History of Modern Southeast Asia
  • HIST 4880 Research Seminar: Civil Rights in American History

HUM

  • HUM 3995- Special Topics in the Humanities/Inclusiveness
  • HUM 3997- Special Topics in the Humanities/Sustainability and Inclusiveness

ID

  • ID 3700- Art and Culture of Equatorial Africa
  • ID 3710- Great European Film Directors: A Historical View 1945-1994

Languages and Cultures

  • FCS 3240- French Culture from 1700-1917/ FR 3240
  • FCS 3380- Caribbean Literature, History, and Theory/ WEST 3380
  • FR 3240- French Culture from 1700-1917/ FCS 3240
  • SPAN 3690- Hispanic Culture in Film/ FILM 3690/ FCS 3690

Philosophy

  • Phil 1300- Intro to Philosophies of Asia
  • PHIL 3140- Women in Classic Antiquity/ HIST 3010/ WEST 3140
  • PHIL 3490-Philosophies of China

Political Science

  • PSC 1010- Introduction to Global Politics
  • PSC 3050- Race and Ethnicity in American Politics
  • PSC 4480- Civil Rights and Liberties
  • PSC 4590- Globalization

Sociology

  • SOC 2220- Communities in a Global Environment
  • SOC 2250- Gender Images
  • SOC 2260- Intro to Environmental Sociology
  • SOC 2300- Adulthood Transitions: a Life Course Perspective/GRNT 2300
  • SOC 3220- Urban and Community Sociology
  • SOC 3240- African American Community/ WEST 3240
  • SOC 3250- Power, Privilege and Social Difference
  • SOC 3280- Asian American Communities/WEST 3280
  • SOC 3290- Perspectives on Race and Ethnic Relations/ WEST 3290
  • SOC 3340- Food, Health, and Inequality
  • SOC 3630- Adoption form the Inside Out: Sociological-Psychological Perspectives on Adoption
  • SOC 3400- Criminology/ WEST 3470
  • SOC 4040- Sociology of Gender and Sexuality /WEST 4040
  • SOC 4080- Men and Masculinities /WEST 4080
  • SOC 4200- Sociology of Poverty /WEST 4200
  • SOC 4240- Sociology of Dis/Ability
  • SOC 4290- Sport, Film, and Society
  • SOC 4380- Globalization and Development /WEST 4380
  • SOC 4390- Diversity Issues /WEST 4390
  • SOC 4400- Social Movement
  • SOC 4480- Racial Story Telling Montgomery Travel Course/WEST 4480
  • SOC 4590- Youth Gangs /WEST 4590
  • SOC 4660- Sociology of Medicine
  • SOC 4700- Global Feminisms /WEST 4700
  • SOC 4960 -Juvenile Delinquency /WEST 4960

WEST

  • WEST 1010- Introduction to Social Justice Studies: Leadership, Inclusion and Engagement
  • WEST 2040- Global Black Women Writers
  • WEST 2500- Race Gender at the Movies
  • WEST 3040- Women around the World /ANTH 3040
  • WEST 3090- Peep Show: Sexuality in Popular Culture
  • WEST 3100- Women of Color: Image and Voice
  • WEST 3140 – Women in Classical Antiquity/HIST 3010/PHIL 3140
  • WEST 3280- Asian American Communities// SOC 3280
  • WEST 3290- Perspectives on Race and Ethnic Relations /SOC 3290WEST 3240 African American Community /SOC 3240
  • WEST 3380- Caribbean Literature, History, and Theory /FCS 3380
  • WEST 3420- North American Indians
  • WEST 3470- Criminology /SOC 3400
  • WEST 3480- Global Women's Issues
  • WEST 3490- Youth Gangs /SOC 3490
  • WEST 3580- Immigrant Histories
  • WEST 3720- From Slavery to Freedom, 1607-1877/ HIST 3720
  • WEST 3760- Social Justice & Sustainability: Living Mindfully
  • WEST 4040- Sociology of Gender and Sexuality /SOC 4040
  • WEST 4080- Men and Masculinities /SOC 4080
  • WEST 4120- Indigenous Views on Sustainability
  • WEST 4200- Sociology of Poverty /SOC 4200
  • WEST 4280- Native American Philosophical Thought
  • WEST 4380 -Globalization and Development /SOC 4380
  • WEST 4390- Diversity Issues /SOC 4390
  • WEST 4480- Racial Story Telling Montgomery Travel Course/SOC 4480
  • WEST 4500- Social Justice & Sustainability: Living Mindfully
  • WEST 4700- Global Feminisms /SOC 4700
  • WEST 4960 -Juvenile Delinquency /SOC 4960

Nursing

  • NURS 1230- Foundations of Nursing Practice
  • NURS 2080-Health Promotion
  • NURS 4400- Community Health Nursing

Health Sciences

  • HSCI 3630- Culture and Health
  • CJ 2050- Introduction to Human Security
  • CJ 4120- Race, Class, and Crime
  • PAD 3268- Contemporary Issues in Social and Public Policy