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Ethnic Studies Approved Electives

The following list represents Ethnic Studies related courses offered through other Cal Poly departments, and currently on the Ethnic Studies Approved Electives list for the 2017-2019 Catalog.  For full course descriptions, please refer to the Cal Poly Catalog.

PLEASE NOTE THIS LIST IS NEITHER STATIC, NOR EXHAUSTIVE; AND THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR HAS THE DISCRETION TO APPROVE ADDITIONAL COURSES ON AN INDIVIDUAL BASIS.

Approved Electives

AG/EDES/ENGR/ISLA/SCM/UNIV 350

The Global Environment

AGB 370

World Food Economy

ANT 201

Cultural Anthropology

ANT 325

Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica

ANT 415

Native American Cultures

ARCH 320

Topics in Architectural History

ART 317

Asian Art Survey

ART 318

Asian Art Topics: National, Religious, and Intellectual Movements

BUS 402

International Business Management

BUS 403

Advanced Seminar in International Management

BUS 407

Managing People in Global Markets

BUS 433

International Finance

BUS 446

International Marketing

CD/EDUC 207

Children's Learning and Development in Educational Settings

COMS 316

Intercultural Communication

COMS 319

Critical Cultural Studies and Communication

CRP 334

Cities in a Global World

DANC 321

Cultural Influence on Dance in America

ECON 330

International Trade Theory

ECON/HNRS 303

Economics of Poverty, Discrimination and Immigration

EDES 406

Sustainable Environments

ENGL 345

Women Writers of the Twentieth Century

ENGL 346

Ethnic American Literature

ENGL 349

Gender in Twentieth Century Literature

ENGL 347

African American Literature

ERSC/GEOG 325

Climate and Humanity

ES/HNRS 212

Global Origins of United States Cultures

ES/NR 308

Fire and Society

ES/WGS 345

Queer Ethnic Studies

ES/NR 360

Ethnicity and the Land

ES/NR 406

Indigenous Peoples and International Law and Policy

GEOG 150

Human Geography

GEOG 300

Geography of United States

GEOG 308

Global Geography

GEOG 340

Geography of California

GEOG 370

Geography of Latin America

GEOG 380

Geography of the Caribbean

HIST 206

American Cultures

HIST 214

Political Economy of Latin America and the Middle East

HIST 310

East Asian Culture and Civilization

HIST 314

Middle East

HIST 337

Colonial Latin America

HIST 338

Modern Latin America

HIST 341

Modern Central America

HIST 405

African-American History to 1865

HIST 406

African-American History from 1865

HIST 416

Modern Japan

HIST 417

20th Century China

HIST 418

Chinese Film and History

HIST 429

Precolonial African History

HIST 430

Modern African History

HIST 443

Topics and Issues in Asian History

HIST/HNRS 207

Freedom and Equality in American History

HIST/HNRS 223

World History, 1800 - Present

HIST/WGS 434

American Women's History to 1870

HIST/WGS 435

American Women's History from 1870

KINE 255

Personal Health: A Multicultural Approach

JOUR 401

Global Communication

MU 121

Introduction to Non-Western Musics

MU 221

Jazz Styles

MU 229

Music of the 60's: War and Peace

MU 325

America's Music

MU 336

Jazz History and Theory

PHIL 320

Asian Philosophy

POLS 225

Introduction to International Relations

POLS 229

Introduction to Comparative Politics

POLS 310

The Politics of Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality

POLS 324

International Relations Theory

POLS 325

Global Political Issues

POLS 328

Politics of Developing Areas

POLS 339

Authoritarian and Democratic Rule

POLS 343

Civil Rights in America

POLS 419

Social Movements and Political Protest

POLS 420

Contemporary U.S. Foreign Policy

POLS 427

Politics of the Global Economy

POLS/UNIV 333

World Food Systems

PSY 304

Intergroup Dialogues

PSY 465

Cross-Cultural International Psychology

RELS 302

Abrahamic Religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

RELS 306

Hinduism

RELS 307

Buddhism

RELS/WGS 370

Religion, Gender, and Society

SOC 110

Comparative Societies

SOC 218

International Political Economy

SOC 309

The World System and Its Problems

SOC 315

Global Race and Ethnic Relations

SOC 316

American Ethnic Minorities

SOC 323

Social Stratification

SOC 350

Social Organization of Modern Japan

SPAN 233

Introduction to Hispanic Readings

SPAN 305

Significant Works in Spanish

SPAN 340

Chicano/a Authors

SPAN 350

Hispanic Literature in English Translation

SPAN 351

Chicano/Latino Writers in the United States

SPAN 410

Advanced Literature in Spanish

TH 390

Global Theatre and Performance

WGS 301

Contemporary Issues in Women's and Gender Studies

WGS 320

Women, Gender and Sexuality in Global Perspective

WGS 450

Feminist Theory

WLC 312

Humanities in Chicano/a Culture

 

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