Approval of General Education and Cultural Diversity Courses - Area D

Executive Memorandum 01-012

June 16, 2001

From: Manuel A. Esteban, President

Subject: Approval of General Education and Cultural Diversity Courses - Area D

GENERAL EDUCATION AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY COURSES - AREA D

Following review by the General Education Advisory Committee and the recommendation of the Provost, I approve General Education (GE) and Cultural Diversity status as noted for the courses below. Status noted will be effective fall 2001 and continue through the next scheduled review.


GE Area D1 - Individual and Society


ANT
H 013/013H - Human Cultural Diversity - NW

ECON 003 - Principles of Microeconomics

HIST/AIST 130 - American Indian History - Eth

HNRS 149G - Seminar with an Outstanding Professor

PSY 041/141 - Socio-Cultural Context of Psychological Development

PSY 142 - Cross-Cultural Psychology - NW

SOCI 001 - Principles of Sociology

SOCI/MJIS 153 - The Holocaust: Background, Tragedy, and Aftermath

SOCI/WMST 159 - Women in Contemporary Society

SOCI 184 - Sociology of Deviant Behavior

SWRK 070 - Social Welfare Institutions: A Response to Power and Scarcity

WMST 070 - Introduction to Women's Studies


GE Area D2 - Political and Economic Institutions


ANTH 016
- Power and Scarcity - NW

BLAW 090 - Understanding the Law

GEOG 006 - The American West

ECON 001 - Introduction to Economics

ECON 002/002H - Principles of Macroeconomics Analysis

GEOG 007 - World Regions, Cultures, and Environments (New)

HIST 001C - Modern World History: French Revolution to the Present

HIST/CHST 035 - Mexican Heritage in the United States - Eth

HIST/AFAM 135 - Comparative Slavery (New to GE) - Eth

HIST/CHST 137 - Mexican Heritage in the United States Before 1848 (New to GE) - NW

HNRS 149H - Seminar with an Outstanding Professor

POLS 001-101 - Vital Political Problems

POLS 002/102 - The Politics of Third World Nations - NW

POLS 012 - Law, Politics and the Distribution of Justice

SOCI/AAST 071 - Introduction to the Asian American Experience - Eth

SOCI/ASST 167 - Sociology of Mainland Southeast Asia (New) - NW


GE Area D3 - Cultural and Social Institutions


AFAM/AFRI 050 - Introduction to African Studies - NW

AFAM 070 - Introduction to African American Studies - Eth

AIST 070 - Introduction to American Indian Studies - Eth

AMST 050 - Introduction to American Studies

ANTH 012 - Society, Time, and Archaeology

ANTH 040 - Magic, Witchcraft and Religion - NW

ANTH 171/ASST 100 - Anthropology of Asia - NW

ANTH/AIST 161 - North American Indians - Eth

GEOG 002 - Human Geography - NW

GEOG 005 - California Cultural Landscapes - Eth

HIST 001A - History of Western Civilization

HIST 001B - History of Western Civilization

HIST/AFAM 131 - African American History - Eth

HIST 170A - African History - NW

HIST 170B - African History - NW

HIST 174A - East Asia Before 1800 - NW

HIST 174B - East Asia After 1800 - NW

HIST 180A - History of Colonial Latin America: Race, Ethnicity and Class (New to GE) - NW

HNRS 149I - Seminar with an Outstanding Professor

LAST 050 - Introduction to Latin American Studies - NW

MCGS 055/055H - Introduction to Multicultural and Gender Studies - Eth

PHED 147 - Sport, Games, and Play in Non-Western Cultures (New to GE) - NW

PSY 119 - Psychology of Prejudice, Hatred and Violence (New) - Eth

SOCI/CHST 070 - Introduction to Chicano Studies - Eth

SOCI/MCGS 152 - Ethnic and Race Relations - Eth

SOSC 102/102H - Temporal Concepts: California Ethnic History - Eth


Ethnic Only

AAST 210 - Asian Immigration: World System Perspective - Eth

AAST 220 - Southeast Asian Americans: Cultures in Transition (New) - Eth

AIST 171 - Issues in American Indian Education - Eth

ANTH 162 - California Indians - Eth

HCSV/MCGS 178 - Health Issues of Ethnic Americans - Eth

POLS/AFAM 126 - African American Politics in America - Eth

SOCI/AFAM 155 - Sociology of African Americans - Eth

SOCI/CHST 158 - Chicanos in Contemporary Society - Eth

SOCI/CHST 257 - Chicanos and Latinos: A Cross Cultural Approach - Eth


Non-Western Only


ANTH/WMST 139 - Cultural Images of Women - NW

ASST/JAPN 125 - Japanese Culture and Civilization - NW

GEOG 101 - Global Economic Geography - NW

HIST 178 - Chinese Women and Social History - NW

HIST 273 - History of South America - NW

HIST 276 - Modern China - NW

HIST 278 - Modern Japan - NW

SOSC 103 - Cultural Concepts: Human Social Evolution - NW


NOTE: Effective Fall 2001, the courses listed below will no longer have GE and/or Cultural Diversity Status.


ANTH 134 - Body, Self and Emotion - Was NW

ANTH 163 - Arctic Cultures - Was NW

ANTH 167 - Mesoamerican Indians - Was NW

ANTH 168 - South American Indians - Was NW

ANTH 173 - Pacific Cultures - Was NW

ANTH 176 - African Cultures - Was NW

ANTH 235 - Medical Anthropology - Was NW

ANTH 241 - Law, Crim, and Government in Traditional Societies - Was NW

GEOG 155 - South America - Was NW

GEOG 170 - Pacific Rim Regions - Was NW

HIST/MEST 060 - Introduction to the Middle East - was D3/NW

HIST/MEST 262 - Islamic Civilization - Was NW

POLS 005 - Politics, Power and Issues in Social Science - Was D2

POLS 215A - Comparative Government: Middle East - Was NW

POLS 215B - Comparative Government: Africa - Was NW

POLS 215C - Comparative Government: Latin American - Was NW

POLS 215D - Comparative Government: Asia - Was NW

POLS 246A - International Relations: Middle East - Was NW

POLS 246B - International Relations: Africa - Was NW

SOCI 005 - Social Thought, Power and Issues in Social Science - Was D1