Social Justice

Courses approved for the SF State Studies Social Justice requirement must address social constructions of identity, hierarchy, power, and privilege; community resistance and empowerment; and social justice. The social constructions may be related to variations among humans, including such factors as abilities, ages, cultures, genders, geographic locations, histories, immigration statuses, languages, national and ethnic identities, racializations, religions, sexualities, and socio-economic classes.

Courses certified as meeting the SF State Studies requirements may be upper- or lower-division, may be in General Education (GE), a major or minor, or an elective. Not all of the courses listed below are approved for General Education. 

A U 303Bay Area History and Society (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 211Contemporary Asian Americans (D1, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 213Asian Americans and American Ideals and Institutions (D3, AERM, SJ, USG/CSLG)3
AA S 214Second Year Written Composition: Asian American Studies (A4, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 218Asian American Culture (C2, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 301Asian Americans of Mixed Heritages (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 320Chinese in the United States (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 322Chinese American Language and Literature (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 323Chinese American Identities (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 330Nikkei in the United States (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 332Japanese American Art and Literature (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 352Filipina/o American Literature, Art, and Culture (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 353Filipina/o American Identities (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 360Koreans in the United States (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 370Vietnamese in the United States (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 380Cambodians in the United States (E1, UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 373Vietnamese American Identities (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 380Cambodians in the United States (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 510Asian Americans in California (UD-D, AERM, ES, SJ)3
AA S 512Asian American Children's/Adolescent Literature (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 522Asian Americans and the Transracial Adoptee Experience (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 540South Asians in the United States (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 541South Asian Diaspora (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 570Southeast Asians in the United States (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 581Asian American Women (AERM, SJ)3
AA S 582Asian American Women's Literature and the Arts (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 584Asian American Sexualities (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 585Asian American Religiosities (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 587Asian Americans and Environmental Justice (UD-D, AERM, ES, SJ)3
AA S 591Asian American Community Health Issues (UD-B, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 595Asian American Communities and Public Policy (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 681Asian American Community Changes and Development (AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 101Introduction to Africana Studies (D1, AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 111Black Cultures and Personalities (D1, AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 200Introduction to Black Psychology (D1, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 201Kemet, Afrocentricity, and the Dawn of Science (C2, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 202Black Men's Studies (D1, AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 203Black Social Sciences (D1, AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 204Black Creative Arts (C1, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 208Introduction to African American History (D2, AERM, GP, SJ, USH)3
AFRS 210Introduction to Africana Literature (C3, AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 214Second Year Written Composition: Africana Studies (A4, AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 215Introduction to Black Family Studies (D1, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 235Statistical Analysis in Africana Studies (SJ)3
AFRS 256Hip Hop Workshop (C1, AERM, ES, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 260Power, Racism, and Africana Liberation (D1, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 266Black Online: Cyberspace, Culture, and Community (C2, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 305Ancient Egypt (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 326Black Religion (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 335The Black Woman: A Cultural Analysis (AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 370Health, Medicine, and Nutrition in the Black Community (UD-D, AERM, ES, SJ)3
AFRS 375Law and the Black Community (AERM, SJ, USH, USG/CSLG, CSLG)3
AFRS 376Government, the Constitution, and Black Citizens (AERM, SJ, USH, USG/CSLG)3
AFRS 400Black Arts and Humanities (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 466Black Lives Matter: Race and Social Movements (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 515Black Family Studies (UD-D, AERM, ES, SJ)3
AFRS 516Research Methods (UD-D, SJ)3
AFRS 645Literature of the Harlem Renaissance (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AIS 100Introduction to American Indian Studies (AERM, SJ)3
AIS 150American Indian History in the United States (D2, AERM, SJ, USH)3
AIS 160Survey of Native California (D1, AERM, ES, SJ)3
AIS 205American Indians and U.S. Laws (D3, AERM, SJ, USG/CSLG)3
AIS 230Urban Indians (D1, AERM, SJ)3
AIS 235American Indians: Image and Issues in the Mass Media (C1, AERM, SJ)3
AIS 300American Indian Studies Research Methodologies (AERM, GP, SJ)3
AIS 310American Indian Religion and Philosophy (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AIS 320American Indian Music (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
AIS 325American Indian Art (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
AIS 330American Indian Law (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
AIS 400American Indian Education (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AIS 420Native Genders and Feminism (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
AIS 440Native Sexualities and Queer Discourse (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AIS 460Power and Politics in American Indian History (UD-D, AERM, SJ, USH)3
AIS 470American Indian Ethnicity: Problems in Identity (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
AIS 535American Indian Film (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
AIS 550American Indians in Contemporary U.S. History (AERM, SJ, USH)3
AIS 560Modern Creative and Performing Arts (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
ANTH 120Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology (D1, SJ)3
ANTH 569Cross-Cultural Aspects of Sex and Gender (UD-C, SJ)3
BECA 301Media Literacy in the Electronic Culture (UD-C, SJ)3
BECA 485Women and Media (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
BECA 502Environmental Communication on Electronic Media (SJ)3
BIOL 100Human Biology (B2, SJ)3
BIOL 176Science and Politics of Stem Cell Biology (B2, AERM, SJ)3
BIOL 326Disease! (UD-B, GP, SJ)3
BIOL 332Health Disparities in Cancer (AERM, GP, SJ)3
BIOL 349Bioethics (UD-B, SJ)3
C J 300Criminal Justice: A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective (SJ, UD-D)4
C J 435Race, Crime, and Justice (UD-D, SJ)3
C J 485Latina/o Youth, Crime, and Justice (UD-D, SJ)3
CAD 120Child Development, Social Justice, and Academic Success (C2, AERM, GP, SJ)3
CAD 260Children, Families, and Community: An Ecological Perspective (D1, AERM, GP, SJ)3
CHIN 101First Semester Chinese (C2, GP, SJ)4
CHIN 102Second Semester Chinese (C2, GP, SJ)4
CHIN 103Third Semester Chinese (C2, GP, SJ)4
CHIN 111Accelerated Elementary Chinese I (C2, GP, SJ)4
CHIN 112Accelerated Elementary Chinese II (SJ)4
CHIN 270China and the West: Cross-Cultural Encounters Through Literature and Art from Middles Ages-Present (E, GP, SJ)3
CHIN 271The Classic Chinese Novel in Contemporary Pop Culture (C2, GP, SJ)3
CINE 309Latina/o/x Cinema (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
CINE 347Signs of Aliens: Semiotics of Film and Popular Culture (SJ)3
CINE 375U.S. Culture and Cinema of the 1950s (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
CLAS 240Greek and Roman Drama (C3, SJ)3
COMM 120Language, Culture, and Power (C2, AERM, SJ)3
COMM 541Critical Approaches to Culture and Communication (UD-C, AERM, SJ)4
COMM 566Communication and Social Process (SJ)4
COUN 110Critically Thinking About Career Choice: Self, Community, Society, and the World (A3, GP, SJ)3
COUN 450AIDS and People of Color in the U.S. (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
CST 300Introduction to Critical Social Thought (UD-D, SJ)3
CWL 426Literary Orients and Orientalisms, Classical to Contemporary (GP, SJ)3
CWL 437Holocaust and Literature (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
CWL 480European Jewish Writers (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
E ED 450Art and Learning (UD-C, SJ)3
E ED 602Advanced Curriculum Study in Early Childhood Education (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
E ED 603Promoting Young Children's Social and Emotional Development (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
E ED 604Advanced Issues in Collaboration with Families and Communities in Early Childhood Education (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
E ED 613Integrated Arts Curricula in Early Childhood Education (UD-C, SJ)3
E ED 614Science, Math, and Technology Curricular in ECE (ES, SJ)3
E ED 616Language and Literacy in Multilingual Early Childhood Education Settings (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
ECON 540Economics of Gender (AERM, GP, SJ)3
ECON 640Health Economics Analysis and Research (GP, SJ)3
ENG 398Greek American Literature (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
ENG 417Academic Literacy and the Urban Adolescent (SJ)3
ENG 490Grant Writing (SJ)3
ENG 526Age of the American Renaissance: 1830-1860 (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
ENG 533Holocaust and Literature (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
ENG 618Individual and Team Writing (SJ)3
ENVS 331Global Environmental Crisis (ES, GP, SJ)4
ETHS 100Introduction to Ethnic Studies (D1, AERM, GP, SJ)3
ETHS 116Algebra and Statistics for Social Justice (B4, SJ)4
ETHS 117Statistics for Social Justice (B4, SJ)3
ETHS 120Educational Justice, Health Equity, and Academic Success (C2, AERM, GP, SJ)3
FR 101First Semester French (C2, GP, SJ)4
FR 102Second Semester French (C2, GP, SJ)4
FR 215Intermediate French I (C2, GP, SJ)3
FR 216Intermediate French II (C2, GP, SJ)3
GEOG 421Future Environments (UD-D, ES, GP, SJ)3
GEOG 430Transforming Food and Agriculture Systems: Local to Global (ES, GP, SJ)4
GEOG 455Geography of Ethnic Communities (AERM, SJ)3
GEOG 552Geography of California (UD-D, AERM, ES, SJ)3
GEOG 575Emerging China (UD-D, ES, GP, SJ)3
GEOG 667Environmental Justice: Race, Poverty, and the Environment (ES, GP, SJ)4
GER 620German Comics in English: Encounters, Conflicts, and Changes (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
GPS 315Introduction to Global Peace Studies (UD-C, ES, GP, SJ)3
GPS 375Peace Law and Human Rights in the U.S. (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
HIST 101Critical Thinking in History (A3, SJ)3
HIST 103The History of Me (E, SJ)3
HIST 278History of Latinos in the U.S. (D2, AERM, SJ, USH)3
HIST 308Engaging Democracy: Participating in Historical Debates (UD-D, GP, SJ, USG/CSLG)3
HIST 313Comparative History of Love and Sexuality (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
HIST 338Europe and the Wider World 1348-1768 (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
HIST 347Women in Modern Europe (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
HIST 364Sex and Gender in East Asia (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
HIST 372India and the British Empire (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
HIST 373India Since Gandhi (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
HIST 398History of Modern European Imperialism (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
HIST 404A Cultural History of American Technology (UD-C, ES, SJ)3
HIST 405Maritime History (UD-C, ES, GP, SJ)3
HIST 416The Jewish Sixties: A Journey Through The Social Protest Movements of the 1960s (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
HIST 418Society and Politics in American History (AERM, SJ, USH)3
HIST 449American Jewish History (UD-C, AERM, SJ, USH)3
HIST 451Bay Area History and Society (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
HIST 455The Philippines and the United States (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ, USH)3
HIST 464American Ethnic and Racial Relations to 1890 (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
HIST 465American Ethnic and Racial Relations II: 1890-Present (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ, USH)3
HIST 466History of People of Color in the U.S. (UD-D, AERM, SJ, USH)3
HIST 467Women in the U.S. to 1890 (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
HIST 468Women in the U.S.: 1890-Present (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
HIST 470The U.S. Constitution to 1896 (UD-C, AERM, SJ, USH, USG/CSLG)3
HIST 471The U.S. Constitution Since 1896 (UD-C, AERM, SJ, USH, USG/CSLG)3
HIST 475History of Sexuality in the United States Before 1900 (SJ, USH)3
HIST 484Disability and Culture in the U.S. (UD-C, SJ, USH)3
HIST 485History of Sexuality in the United States Since 1900 (SJ, USH)3
HIST 489Dynamics of the American City (UD-D, SJ)3
HSS 210Social Justice in Action: A Health and Social Sciences Perspective (E, SJ)3
HTM 110Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management (ES, GP, SJ)3
HTM 424Tourism Management (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
HUM 271The Classic Chinese Novel in Contemporary Pop Culture (C2, GP, SJ)3
HUM 426Literary Orients and Orientalisms, Classical to Contemporary (GP, SJ)3
I R 104Introduction to International Relations: Politics, Economics, Environment, and People (D1, ES, GP, SJ)3
I R 306U.S.-Central American Relations (AERM, GP, SJ)4
I R 315Introduction to Global Peace Studies (UD-C, ES, GP, SJ)3
I R 322Latin American Policy Analysis (UD-D, GP, SJ)4
I R 331Global Environmental Crisis (ES, GP, SJ)4
I R 452International Media Politics (SJ)4
I R 544Women in the World (UD-D, GP, SJ)4
IBUS 676Social Entrepreneurship in a Global Context (SJ)3
ITAL 206Italian Conversation (C2, GP, SJ)3
ITEC 315Learning 21st Century Skills with Emerging Instructional Technologies (UD-D, SJ)3
JOUR 304Cultural Diversity and News Media (AERM, SJ)3
JOUR 452International Media Politics (SJ)4
JS 301Judaism, An Introduction (UD-C, SJ)3
JS 350Jewish Social Responsibility (UD-C, SJ)3
JS 437Holocaust and Literature (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
JS 449American Jewish History (UD-C, AERM, SJ, USH)3
JS 480European Jewish Writers (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
JS 540Anti-Semitism and Social Justice (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
JS 548The Jewish Sixties: A Journey Through The Social Protest Movements of the 1960s (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
KIN 255Health-Related Fitness and Wellness (D1, ES, GP, SJ)3
KIN 331Peak Performance (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
KIN 502Sport and Social Issues (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
KIN 510Sport, Movement, and Screen Culture (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
LABR 251Know Your Work Rights (D1, SJ)3
LS 402Introduction to Human Rights Education for Teachers and Local Communities (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
LS 403Performance and Pedagogy of the Oppressed for Educators (SJ)3
LTNS 110Critical Thinking in Latina/o Studies (A3, AERM, SJ)3
LTNS 210Latina/Latino Health Care Perspectives (AERM, ES, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 211Latina/o Families Narrative (D1, AERM, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 225Survey of Latina/o Visual Images (C1, AERM, SJ)3
LTNS 230Introduction to Latina/o Literature (C3, AERM, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 265Topics in Latina/o History (D1, AERM, SJ)3
LTNS 270Latina/o/x Murals, Memes, Music, and More: Latina/o/x Arts & Humanities (E, AERM, SJ)3
LTNS 278History of Latinos in the U.S. (D2, AERM, SJ, USH)3
LTNS 315Latina/os in California (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
LTNS 409Latina/o/x Cinema (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 430Race, Crime, and Justice (UD-D, SJ)3
LTNS 445Gendered Borders: Latinas and Globalization (AERM, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 455Resistance Literature of the Americas (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 460Central Americans of the U.S.: History and Heritage (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 467Caribbeans in the U.S.: History and Heritage (GP, SJ)3
LTNS 470Latina/o Immigration to the U.S. (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 485Latina/o Youth, Crime, and Justice (UD-D, SJ)3
LTNS 530Latina/os and the Media (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
LTNS 560Contemporary Latina/o Literature (UD-C, AERM, GP SJ)3
LTNS 580Educational Equity (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
LTNS 660Latina/o Politics (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 670Mexican Politics and Society (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 679Central American Literature: Roots to the Present (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
MGS 397Greek American Literature (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
MUS 137Survey of the History of Electronic Music (AERM, GP, SJ)3
PH 120Educational Justice, Health Equity, and Academic Success (C2, AERM, GP, SJ)3
PH 200Global Health (D1, GP, SJ)3
PH 210Personal and Social Determinants of Health (D1, SJ)3
PH 221Health and Social Justice - Burning Issues, Taking Action (D1, AERM, SJ)3
PH 241Health and Social Movements in the United States in the 20th Century (D2, AERM, SJ, USH)3
PH 305Critical History of Public Health in the United States (SJ, USH)3
PH 315Drugs and Society (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
PH 320Contemporary Sexuality (UD-B, SJ)3
PH 414Women's Health - Problems and Issues (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
PH 415Health Aspects of Aging (UD-D, SJ)3
PH 455Community Organizing and Community Building for Health (UD-C, AERM, ES, GP, SJ)3
PH 520Structural Oppression and Social Foundations of Health (SJ)3
PH 640Structural Inequities and Public Health (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
PHIL 130Political and Social Philosophy (D1, AERM, SJ)3
PHIL 150Contemporary Moral/Political Issues (C2, SJ)3
PHIL 315Introduction to Global Peace Studies (UD-C, ES, GP, SJ)3
PHIL 330Political Philosophy (UD-C, SJ)3
PHIL 335Law and Society (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
PHIL 355Politics and Ethics of the Consumer Society (UD-D, ES, SJ)3
PHIL 369Philosophical Issues in Sexuality (UD-C, SJ)3
PHIL 373The Ethics of Migration and Membership (UD-C, GP, AERM, SJ)3
PHIL 375Peace Law and Human Rights in the U.S. (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
PHIL 378Philosophy of Criminal Law (UD-C, SJ)3
PHIL 380Philosophy of Law (UD-C, SJ)3
PHIL 383Ethics in Medicine (UD-C, SJ)3
PHIL 384Philosophy of Research Ethics (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
PHIL 395Ethical Issues: Science and Technology (UD-B, SJ)3
PHIL 435Human Rights in Global Perspective (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
PHIL 436Islamic Political Philosophy (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
PHIL 450Ethics (UD-C, SJ)3
PHIL 451Feminist Moral Issues (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
PHIL 455Sex and the Law (UD-C, SJ)3
PHIL 464Philosophy and Film (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
PHIL 470Environmental Ethics (UD-C, ES, SJ)3
PHIL 520Philosophy and Mysticism (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
PLSI 100Understanding Politics (D1, SJ)3
PLSI 106Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy: Introduction to Political Economy (D1, SJ)3
PLSI 150Contemporary Moral/Political Issues (C2, SJ)3
PLSI 322Latin American Policy Analysis (UD-D, GP, SJ)4
PLSI 354Politics, the Environment, and Social Change (UD-D, ES, SJ)4
PLSI 355Politics and Ethics of the Consumer Society (UD-D, ES, SJ)3
PLSI 381Political Theories of Sexuality (UD-D, SJ)4
PLSI 386Introduction to Critical Social Thought (UD-D, SJ)3
PLSI 388Politics and the Popular (UD-D, SJ)4
PLSI 393Anarchist Political Theory (UD-D, SJ)4
PLSI 395Political Theories of Pedagogy and Community Activism (SJ)3
PLSI 396Fascism and Communism in 20th Century Europe (UD-D, GP, SJ)4
PLSI 403Cases in Comparative Politics (GP, SJ)4
PLSI 406Radical Right Politics: Far-Right Parties in Contemporary Europe (UD-D, GP, SJ)4
PLSI 408Mexican Politics and Society (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
PLSI 463The Politics of Immigration in the United States (AERM, SJ)4
PLSI 464Race and American Politics (UD-D, AERM, SJ)4
PLSI 473California Politics and Government (SJ, CSLG)4
PLSI 478Judicial Process (SJ)4
PLSI 544Women in the World (UD-D, GP, SJ)4
PLSI 552Individual Rights and the Constitution (SJ)4
PLSI 560Urban Poverty and Policy (UD-D, SJ)4
PLSI 580Housing Policy and Planning (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
PRSN 100Summer Immersion Persian (C2, GP, SJ)3
PRSN 101First Semester Persian (C2, GP, SJ)4
PRSN 102Second Semester Persian (C2, GP, SJ)4
PRSN 103Third Semester Persian (C2, GP, SJ)4
PRSN 206Basic Persian Conversation (C2, GP, SJ)3
PRSN 250Intermediate Persian (C2, GP, SJ)3
PRSN 260Persian Culture and Civilization in English (C2, GP, SJ)3
PRSN 290Introduction to Persian Literature in Translation (C3, GP, SJ)3
PRSN 550Persian Culture Through Films in English (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
PSY 330Child Development (UD-B, SJ)3
PSY 450Variations in Human Sexuality (UD-D, SJ)3
PSY 474Psychology of Social Justice (SJ)3
RPT 410Therapeutic and Inclusive Recreation (SJ)3
RPT 440Urban Recreation and Parks (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
RPT 605Ecotourism Principles and Practices (UD-D, ES, GP, SJ)3
RRS 100Introduction to Ethnic Studies (D1, AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 101Introduction to Arab and Muslim Communities (C2, AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 103Introduction to Pacific Studies (D2, AERM, GP, SJ, USH)3
RRS 201SFSU's Palestinian Cultural Mural and the Art of Resistance (C2, AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 212Edward Said (C2, AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 224Arab-American History, Community, and Activism (AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 240All Power to the People: Comparative Freedom Movements of the "Sixties" (D2, AERM, SJ, USH)3
RRS 250Race, Ethnicity and Power in America (D3, AERM, SJ, USG/CSLG)3
RRS 255Voices in Exile: Arab and Muslim American and Civil Liberties post-9/11/2001 (D1, AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 260Introduction to Arab and Arab American Feminisms (GP, SJ)3
RRS 276Race, Activism and Climate Justice (B2, AERM, ES, GP, SJ)3
RRS 303Health and Wellness among Pacific Islanders (UD-B, SJ)3
RRS 310Arab Revolutions and Social Movements (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
RRS 330Comparative Race and Ethnicity in the U.S.: Class, Gender, and Nation (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
RRS 370Islamophobia: Roots, Development, and Contestation of Hatred (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 380Coloring Queer: Imagining Communities (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
RRS 410Grassroots Organizing for Change in Communities of Color (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
RRS 420Arab American Identity: Memory and Resistance (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 430Arab Media Images in America: Impact on Arab Americans (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 435National Security and the Racialization of Arabs and Muslims in North America (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 460AIDS and People of Color in the U.S. (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
RRS 480Youth Culture, Race and Resistance (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
RRS 566Gender and Modernity in the Muslim and Arab Worlds (AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 571Women, Class, and Race (UD-C, AERM, ES, GP, SJ)3
RRS 580Educational Equity (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
RRS 600History of People of Color in the U.S. (UD-D, AERM, SJ, USH)3
RRS 620Colonialism, Imperialism, and Resistance (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
RRS 625Mixed Race Studies: A Comparative Focus (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
RRS 630Palestine: Ethnic Studies Perspective (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 655Comparative Border Studies: Palestine and Mexico (AERM, ES, GP, SJ)3
RRS 657South Asian Diaspora (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
S ED 300Education and Society (UD-D, SJ)3
SLHS 300Human Communicative Disorders (UD-D, SJ)3
SOC 110Sexuality in Society (D1, SJ)3
SOC 200Changing Cities (D1, SJ)3
SOC 245Social Problems (D1, SJ)4
SOC 330Comparative Race and Ethnicity in the U.S.: Class, Gender, and Nation (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
SOC 400Variations in Human Sexuality (UD-D, SJ)3
SOC 410Grassroots Organizing for Change in Communities of Color (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
SOC 580Educational Equity (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
SPED 310Exploring Visual Impairments (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
SPED 330Introduction to Disability (UD-D, SJ)3
SPED 370Young Children Disabled or At Risk and Their Families (UD-D, SJ)3
SPED 620The Science of Early Intervention (UD-B, ES, SJ)3
SPED 630Inclusive Education: Empowerment and Equity in Diverse Schools (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
SPED 655Basic Orientation and Mobility for Learners with Visual Impairments (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
SPED 662Education of Deaf/Hard of Hearing Children (GP, SJ)3
SPED 671Positive Behavior Support for Young Children (UD-D, SJ)3
SPED 672Inclusive Learning Environments for Young Children (UD-D, SJ)3
SPED 675Working with Families of Young Children with Disabilities (UD-D, SJ)3
SPED 689American Sign Language II (SJ)3
SXS 110Sexuality in Society (D1, SJ)3
SXS 369Philosophical Issues in Sexuality (UD-C, SJ)3
SXS 380Coloring Queer: Imagining Communities (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
SXS 400Variations in Human Sexuality (UD-D, SJ)3
SXS 440Native Sexualities and Queer Discourse (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
SXS 455Sex, Power, and Politics (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
SXS 551Queer Literatures and Media (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
SXS 567Cross-Cultural Aspects of Sex and Gender (UD-C, SJ)3
SXS 569Sex and the Law (UD-C, SJ)3
USP 200Changing Cities (D1, SJ)3
USP 400Dynamics of the American City (UD-D, SJ)3
USP 514Sustainable Development in Cities (ES, SJ)4
USP 515Environmental Justice: Race, Poverty, and the Environment (ES, GP, SJ)4
USP 560Urban Poverty and Policy (UD-D, SJ)4
USP 580Housing Policy and Planning (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
WGS 150Women and Gender in U.S. History and Society (D2, AERM, SJ, USH)3
WGS 200Introduction to Women and Gender Studies (D1, AERM, GP, SJ)3
WGS 210Introduction to Feminism and the State (D1, SJ)3
WGS 220Introduction to Feminist Disability Studies (SJ)3
WGS 280Introduction to Feminist Science Studies (SJ)3
WGS 303Women as Creative Agents (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
WGS 304Gender and Popular Culture (AERM, GP, SJ)3
WGS 440Native Sexualities and Queer Discourse (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
WGS 445Gendered Borders: Latinas and Globalization (AERM, GP, SJ)3
WGS 485Women and Media (UD-C, AERM, SJ)3
WGS 513Gender, War, and Militarism (UD-C, GP, SJ)3
WGS 514Women and the Prison Industrial Complex (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3
WGS 534Gender and the Law (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
WGS 536Gender, Globalization, and Women's Human Rights (UD-D, GP, SJ)3
WGS 541Women Writers and Social Change (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
WGS 551Queer Literatures and Media (UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ)3
WGS 552Transgender Identities and Communities (AERM, GP, SJ)3
WGS 561Women, Ethnicity, and Social Movements (AERM, SJ)3
WGS 562History of African American Women (UD-D, AERM, SJ)3
WGS 566Gender and Modernity in the Muslim and Arab Worlds (AERM, GP, SJ)3
WGS 621Feminist Theories (UD-D, AERM, GP, SJ)3


AERM: American Ethnic and Racial Minorities
ES: Environmental Sustainability
GP: Global Perspectives
SJ: Social Justice