Understanding Oppression (Diversity)

General

Prefix

HURL

Course Number

206

Course Level

Undergraduate

College/School

College of Education and Learning Design

Description

Consultants from oppressed groups will share expertise on various contemporary human relations issues (racism, sexism, disabilities, poverty, religious oppression, homophobia, etc.).

Credits

Min

1

Max

1

Repeatable

No

Goals and Diversity

Cultural Diversity

Yes

Learning Outcomes

Outcome

Identify, define, and analyze individual and institutional oppression, violence, and environmental destruction in the U.S. and globally.

Outcome

Explain and empathize with the experiences of people or animals different than yourself.

Outcome

Analyze and explain how oppression or justice, power and violence or peace, environmental destruction or sustainability are related to your personal life.

Outcome

Identify and explain the complexities of money, power, and oppression, and consider personal, collective, and global actions for social & environmental justice.

Outcome

Identify the interconnections between social justice, peace, environmental, and animal issues.

Outcome

Practice media analysis using alternative media sources through assigned course readings.

Dependencies

Courses

HURL206 is a prerequisite for:

Programs

HURL206 is a completion requirement for: