Feb 27, 2021  
2020-2021 General Catalog 
  
2020-2021 General Catalog
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AMCS 350 - Ethics, Values, and Multiculturalism


Unit(s): 4
This course examines theories and discourses of race, ethnicity, and multiculturalism and their impact on American thought and practice. Students will explore questions of ethics and values that shape the U.S. as a multicultural society and learn about conceptual tools they can apply in thinking critically about these issues in the various contexts they live in. This course can be taught in on-line or hybrid modes during the summer and/or intersession only.

Prerequisite(s): Notice: To receive upper-division GE credit the course must not be taken prior to the term you achieve Junior standing (60 units).
GE Category: Satisfies GE Area C2, and the Ethnic Studies requirement.
Typically Offered Fall & Spring
Teaching Mode: This course can be taught in on-line or hybrid modes during the summer and/or intersession only. Grading: OPT



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