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EDU 315G - Multicultural Education
EDU 315G Multicultural Education. This course introduces students to the conceptual, theoretical, historical, and philosophical issues of multicultural education. The underlying theme of the course is that education is a social concept that should be made accessible and equitable to all students, as it equips them to successfully function in society. Current issues (race, culture, socioeconomic status, gender, religion, sexual orientation, language, and geographic location) impacting society and their effects on education and learning are addressed. Students are encouraged to be agents of change in their future schools and other workplaces Course Prerequisite: none. 4 Semester Hours.

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Description EDU 315G Multicultural Education. This course introduces students to the conceptual, theoretical, historical, and philosophical issues of multicultural education. The underlying theme of the course is that education is a social concept that should be made accessible and equitable to all students, as it equips them to successfully function in society. Current issues (race, culture, socioeconomic status, gender, religion, sexual orientation, language, and geographic location) impacting society and their effects on education and learning are addressed. Students are encouraged to be agents of change in their future schools and other workplaces Course Prerequisite: none. 4 Semester Hours.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 4.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, Honors, Satisfactory/ Unsat, Variable

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