Diversity and American Society

Here is an expanded list of recommended courses that fulfill the requirements of this Multi-Disciplinary Concentration. This list includes all courses previously recommended in this concentration and a lot more. Letters next to the course number refer to courses that also satisfy a university DEC requirement. Freshmen starting in Fall 2014 will follow the new general education format known as SBC (Stony Brook Curriculum). See the undergraduate bulletin for courses that satisfy the SBC requirement.

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AAS 102-B Eastern Religions (also as RLS 102-B)
AAS 250-K Language and Culture of Asian Americans (also as LIN 250-K)
AAS 280-J Islam (also as RLS 280-J)
AAS 334-J English in Asia
AAS 338-J Contemporary India History, Politics & Diplomacy (also as POL 338-J)
AFH 382​-G Black Women’s Literature of the African Diaspora (also as EGL 382 ​- G and WST 382 ​- G)
AFS 277-K&4 The Modern Color Line (also as HIS 277-K & 4)
AFS 310-K American Attitudes Toward Race
AFS 319-F The Politics of Race
AFS 325-K & 4 The Civil Rights Movement (also as HIS 325-K & 4)
AFS 350-J Black Women and Social Change A Cross-Cultural Perspective (also as WST 350 ​- J)
AFS 363-F Blacks and Mass Media
AFS 394-K Black Nationalism in America
AMR 102-G Making American Identities
AMR 301-K Ethnicity and Race in American History
ANT 203-J Native Peoples of North America
CLT 235-K American Pluralism in Film and Literature
ECO 316-K U.S. Class Structure and Its Implications
EGL 382-G Black Women’s Literature of the African Diaspora (also as AFH 382 ​- G and WST 382 ​- G)
EST 330​-H Natural Disasters Societal Impacts and Technological Solutions
HIS 277​-K&4 The Modern Color Line (also as AFS 277-K & 4)
HIS 325-K Civil Rights Movement (also as AFS 325-K & 4)
HIS 362-K Making Peace with the 60s
HIS 368-K&4 Wealth and Inequality in the Modern Corporate Age
HIS 373-F History of Crime & Criminal Justice in U.S.
HIS 396-K&4 Topics in U.S. History (Individual Topics need approval)
HUI 336-K Italian Americans and Ethnic Relations
LIN 101-F Intro to Linguistics
LIN 200-K Language in the United States
LIN 250-K Language and Culture of Asian Americans (also as AAS 250-K)
PHI 105-G Politics and Society
PHI 383-G Philosophical Issues of Race and Gender (III) (also as WST 383 ​- G)
POL 101-F World Politics
POL 102-F&4 Introduction to American Government
POL 320-F Constitutional Law and Politics United States
POL 330-K Gender Issues in the Law (also as WST 330-K)
RLS 101-B Western Religions
RLS 102-B Eastern Religions (also as AAS 102-B)
RLS 280-J Islam (also as AAS 280-J)
SOC 105-F Intro to Sociology
SOC 204-F Intimate Relationships
SOC 243-F Sociology of Youth
SOC 247-K Sociology of Gender (also as WST 247-K)
SOC 248​-F Social Problems in Global Perspective
SOC 302-K American Society
SOC 303​-F Social Inequality
SOC 304-F Sociology of Family
SOC 310-K Ethnic and Race Relations
SOC 315-H Sociology of Technology
SOC 330-F Media and Society
SOC 336-F Social Change
SOC 337-F Social Deviance
SOC 338-F Sociology of Crime
SOC 340-H Sociology of Human Reproduction
SOC 348-F Global Sociology
SOC 378-F War and the Military
SOC 380-F Social Psychology
SOC 390​-F Special Topics (Individual Topics need approval)
WST 102-F Intro to Women’s Studies in the Social Sciences
WST 103-G Women, Culture and Difference
WST 247-K Sociology of Gender (also as SOC 247-K)
WST 310-F Contemporary Feminist Issues
WST 330-K Gender Issues in the Law (also as POL 330-K)
WST 335-K&4 Women at Work in 20th Century America
WST 347-K Women and Politics (also as POL 347-K)
WST 350​-J Black Women and Social Change A Cross-Cultural Perspective (also as AFS 350 ​- J)
WST 382​-G Black Women’s Literature of the African Diaspora (also as AFH 382 ​- G and EGL 382 ​- G)
WST 383​-G Philosophical Issues of Race and Gender (III) (also as PHI 383 ​- G)
WST 399-G Topics in Gender and Sexuality (Individual Topics need approval)