To register you will need to identify three (3) qualifying core value classes and recall key concepts that link these courses to furthering your understanding of your selected core value. (500-750 words essay).
Below is the current list of identified curricular experiences, but you can suggest other courses that support your learning of Diversity and Inclusion.
|ENG-108||Minority Voices: American Lit|
|HIST-103||America and Contemporary World|
|HIST-105||Topics: American Culture History|
|HIST-110||Women in American History|
|HIST-121||U.S. History to 1877|
|HIST-122||U.S. History since 1877|
|HIST-132-H||Honors History of our time: 1970 to present|
|HUM-108||Minority Voices: American Lit|
|HUM-254||Maryville Talks Movies|
|MGMT-330||Human Resource Management|
|ORGL-474||Social Conflict and Negotiation|
|PSCI-103||American and Contemporary World|
|REL-265||Comparative Religion and Culture|
|SOC-101||Introduction to Sociology|
|SOC-250||Intro to Social Work|
|SOC-251||Intro to Womens Studies|
|SOC-348||Sociology of Poverty|
|SOC-385||Race/Ethnic Minorities US|
To register you will need to identify three (3) qualifying core value activities that you have completed and describe what you learned from these experiences that furthered your understanding of your selected core value. (500-750 word essay).
Below is the current list of co-curricular activities but you can also suggest other co-curricular experiences that support your learning about Diversity and Inclusion
To register you will EITHER describe your experience and explain how it will impact your daily and professional life (500-750 words) OR email a copy of a qualifying certificate or documented project (research paper, internship reflection, research presentation, ect.)
Below is a current list of competency-based experiences but you can suggest other experiences that support your learning about Diversity and Inclusion