Diversity Courses

All students must pass one course from the list of courses approved to meet the standard diversity requirement. These courses carry the designation “m” for multiculturalism.

AHIS 304m Gender and Difference in the Early Modern Period
AMST 101gmw Race and Class in Los Angeles
AMST 135gmw Peoples and Cultures of the Americas
AMST 200gm Introduction to American Studies and Ethnicity
AMST 206gm The Politics and Culture of the 1960s
AMST 220gmw The Making of Asian America
AMST 252gmw Black Social Movements in the U.S.
AMST 274gmw Exploring Ethnicity through Film
AMST 285gm African American Popular Culture
AMST 330m Black Music and the Political Imagination
AMST 332m Post-Civil Rights Black America
AMST 337m Islam in Black America: From Slavery to Hip Hop
AMST 340m Latina/o LA
AMST 342m Law and Identities
AMST 353m Race and Racism in the Americas
AMST 357m Latino Social Movements
AMST 378m Introduction to Asian American History
AMST 389m Carceral Geographies
ANTH 316gmp North American Indians in American Public Life
ARCH 306m Shelter
ARCH 442m Women’s Spaces in History: “Hussies,” “Harems” and “Housewives”
BUCO 333mw Communication in the Working World — Managing Diversity
CLAS 320gmp Diversity and the Classical Western Tradition
COMM 324mw Intercultural Communication
COMM 383m Sports, Communication and Culture
COMM 395m Gender, Media and Communication
COMM 458m Race and Ethnicity in Entertainment and the Arts
COMM 465m Gender in Media Industries and Products
EASC 160gmp China and the World
ENGL 374m Literature, Nationality and Otherness
FREN 370gm Equality and Difference around the Enlightenment
FREN 375gmw Global Narratives of Illness and Disability
GERO 380m Diversity in Aging
GERO 435m Women and Aging: Psychological, Social and Political Implications
HIST 100gm The American Experience
HIST 102gm Medieval People: Early Europe and Its Neighbors, 400–1500
HIST 245gmp How Sex Changed: US History, 1870-the Present
HP 365gmw Culture, Lifestyle, and Health
HP 420m Gender and Minority Health Issues
IML 295Lm Race, Class and Gender in Digital Culture
IML 420m New Media for Social Change
MOR 385gm Business, Government and Society
MUSC 200gmw The Broadway Musical: Reflections of American Diversity
MUSC 250gmw The Music of Black Americans
MUSC 320gmw Hip-hop Music and Culture
PPD 485m U.S. Immigration Policy
SOCI 169gm Changing Family Forms
SOCI 200gm Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 220gm Questions of Intimacy
SOCI 250gmw Grassroots Participation in Global Perspective
SOCI 342m Race Relations
SOCI 360m Social Inequality: Class, Status, and Power
SPAN 413m Social and Geographic Varieties of Spanish
SWMS 210gmw Social Analysis of Gender
THTR 395m Drama as Human Relations
THTR 405m Performing Identities

For more information about the pre-2015 General Education Program, visit usc.edu/ge.

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