Diversity and Inclusion

In The Classroom

What is a course that is Infused with diversity?

Classes provide information about diversity issues and perspectives. Diversity issues are incorporated into existing curriculum, while enriching the classroom experience.

"Students benefit from an increased awareness, sensitivity and appreciation of diversity issues and perspectives."-Dr. B.A. Gray


Courses:
Many courses offered at PVCC address cultural diversity. Some of them are:

  • AJS258 - Victimology and Crisis Management (C)
  • ART111 - Drawing I
  • ART161 - Ceramics I
  • ART167 - Painting I-IV
  • ASB102 - Introduction to Cultural and Social Anthropology
  • ASB202 - Ethnic Relations in the United States
  • BIO160 - Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • BIO201 - General Biology (Majors)
  • BPC110 - Computer Usage and Applications
  • CFS157 - Marriage and Family Life
  • CHM130 - Fundamental Chemistry
  • CIS105 - Survey of Computer Information Systems
  • COM100 - Introduction to Human Communications
  • COM110 - Interpersonal Communications
  • COM225 - Public Speaking
  • COM230 - Small Group Communications
  • COM241 - Performance of Literature
  • COM259 - Communication in Business and Professions
  • COM263 - Elements of Intercultural Communication
  • CPD103BL - Emerging Leaders
  • CPD150 - Strategies For College Success
  • CPD160 - Introduction to Multiculturalism
  • CPD250 - Peer Mentor Training
  • CRE101 - Critical and Evaluative Reading

DAH

  • DAH100 - Introduction to Dance
  • DAH201 - World Dance Perspectives
  • EDU222 - Introduction to the Exceptional Learner (C)
  • EDU230 - Cultural Diversity in Education
  • EDU292 - The Art of Story Telling (C)
  • EMT258 - Victimology and Crisis Management (C)

ENG

  • ENG071 - Fundamentals of Writing
  • ENG213 - Introduction to the Study of Language
  • ENH110 - Introduction to Literature (C)
  • ENH254 - Literature and Film
  • ENH291 - Children’s Literature
  • ENH285 - Contemporary Women Writers (C)
  • FSC258 - Victimology and Crisis Management (C)
  • GBS282 - Diversity Service Learning
  • GCU221 - Arizona Geography (C)
  • GLG101 - Introduction to Geology I
  • GPH111 - Introduction to Physical Geography
  • HCC130 - Fundamentals In Health Care Delivery
  • HIS101 - History of Western Civilization Middle Ages to 1789
  • HIS104 - United States History 1870 to Present
  • HIS109 - Mexican American History and Culture
  • HIS201 - History of Women in America (C)
  • HIS203 - African American History I (C)
  • HIS277 - The Modern Middle East
  • HUM210 - Contemporary Cinema
  • HUM213 - Hispanic Film
  • HUM250 - Ideas and Values in the Humanities
  • HUM261 - Asian Ideas and Values
  • HUM281 - Hispanic Ideas and Values
  • IBS103 - Cultural Awareness for International Trade
  • IBS109 - Cultural Dimension and International Trade
  • IBS150 - Mexico, Central, South America: International Business Environment
  • IBS151 - Western Europe: International Business Environment
  • IBS152 - Japan: International Business Environment
  • IBS153 - Central and Eastern Europe: International Business Environment
  • IBS154 - Pacific Rim Countries: International Business Environment
  • MGT105 - Leadership for Citizenship
  • MGT229 - Management and Leadership I
  • MGT251 - Human Relations in Business
  • MGT253 - Owning and Operating a Small Business
  • MHL143 - Music in World Cultures
  • MHL153 - Rock Music and Culture
  • MHL243 - Music in World Cultures
  • NUR161 - Nursing Process/Critical Thinking I
  • NUR163 - Health Assessment/Health Promotion I
  • NUR169 - Nursing Science I
  • PHI101 - Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHI105 - Introduction to Ethics
  • PHI213 - Medical and Bio-Ethics
  • PHI243 - World Religions
  • PHY111 - General Physics I
  • POS120 - World Politics
  • POS222 - U.S. Constitution
  • PSY101 - Introduction to Psychology
  • PSY132 - Psychology and Culture (C)
  • PSY201AA - Selected Issues in Psychology PSY225 Psychology of Religion (C
  • PSY230 - Introduction to Statistics
  • PSY240 - Developmental Psychology
  • PSY250 - Social Psychology
  • RDG081 - Reading Improvement
  • RDG091 - College Reading Skills I
  • REL202 - Classics of Asian Religions
  • REL203 - American Indian Religions (C)
  • REL213 - Medical and Bio-Ethics
  • REL243 - World Religions
  • REL270 Introduction to Christianity
  • SOC101 - Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC140 - Racial and Ethnic Minorities (C)
  • SOC157 - Sociology of Marriage and Family
  • SOC212 - Gender and Society (C)
  • SOC243 Contemporary Mexican Society
  • SPH245 - Hispanic Heritage in the Southwest (C)
  • SWU258 - Victimology and Crisis Management (C)
  • WST100 - Women and Society (C)
  • WST120 - Gender, Class, and Race
  • WST285 - Contemporary Women Writers (C)

(C) These courses satisfy the Cultural Awareness Area requirement

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