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UM Classes Related to Cultural Competency

Below is a listing of classes at the University of Miami that discuss diversity, leadership and culture.  For a complete catalogue of classes, please visit each academic unit or the university bulletin.

Africana Studies:

  • AAS 150 – Introduction to Africana Studies
  • AAS 390 – Contemporary Issues in Black America
  • AAS 390 – Race in a Global Perspective
  • AAS 490 – Special Topics: Global and Regional International Organizations and Challenges of Development

Anthropology:

  • APY 385 – Caribbean Cultures

Communication Advertising:

  • CAD 350 – International and Cross-Cultural Advertising

Educational & Psychological Studies:

  • EPS 340 – Psychology and Sociology of Sexual Identity

English:  

  • ENG 361 – Caribbean Literature
  • ENG 374 – Caribbean Women Writers

Geology:  

  • GEG 212 – Middle America and the Caribbean

History:  

  • HIS 201 – History of Africa

Human Resources Management:  

  • MGT 360 – Effective Leadership
  • MGT 422 – Leading Teams

International Studies:

  • INS 101 – Global Perspectives
  • INS 102 – Global Economics
  • INS 201 – Globalization & Change
  • INS 380 – Democracy and Globalization in Latin America
  • INS 411 – IR Advance Seminar, The Evolution of International Human Rights
  • INS 460 – United Nations Seminar
  • INS 503 – International Human Rights
  • INS 504 – International Relation Topics, Migration, and Development (Seminar)
  • INS 522 – Latin American Political Economy
  • INS 537 – Comparative Political Economy/International Political Economy
  • INS 540 – National Security Terrorism
  • INS 566 – US-Latin American Relations
  • INS 570 – Globalization and Health
  • INS 580 – Latin American Comparative Politics
  • INS 586 – Brazil in Transition: Democratic Politics in a Globalizing Society
  • INS 591 – The European Union
  • INS 594 – European Topics/European Current Issues
  • INS 599 – Immigration and the Health Care System

Latin American Studies:

  • LAS 101 – Introduction to Latin American Studies
  • LAS 301 – Latin American and Caribbean Studies Favela Cultures: Informality and Vitality in Brazil.
  • LAS 321 – Latin American Environmental Issues
  • LAS 330 – Latin American and Caribbean Religions (Seminar)
  • LAS 370 – Topics in Latin American and Caribbean Media Communications, Media, and Democracy in Latin America

Leadership Minor, Department of Education:

  • The Leadership Minor consists of a 15 credit curriculum intended for students desiring successful leadership positions in a variety of fields.  The curriculum includes courses in leadership and management skills, ethics, motivation, and other leadership topics such as communication, management, and organizational behavior.  The Leadership minor is designed to compliment a variety of majors.

Management:

  • MGT 459 Section 5K – International Multinational Management
  • MGT 628 – Global Entrepreneurship
  • MGT 660 Section 72 – Leadership and Motivation in Organizations
  • MGT 680 Section 57 – Doing Business in China

Marketing:

  • MKT 360 Section O – International Marketing
  • MKT 459 Section H – International Marketing Management

Political Science:

  • POL 344 – Gender and Politics
  • POL 385 – Politics and Society in Latin America
  • POL 348 – United States Relations with the Middle East
  • POL 599 – Special Topics in Political Islam

Psychology:

  • PSY 301 Section P – Psychology of Gender

Religious Studies:

  • REL 171 – Introduction to Islam
  • REL 231 – Jewish Civilization: Society, Culture and Religion
  • REL 314 – The Rise of Judaism
  • REL 331 – Religions of Asia
  • REL 338 – Latin America and U.S. Latino/a Religion
  • REL 375 – Religion and Democracy in Israel

Sociology:

  • SOC 335 – LGBTQ Communities
  • SOC 341 – Social and Cultural Change
  • SOC 387 – Race Ethnic Relations
  • SOC 487 – Race, Ethnicity, and Criminal Justice
  • SOC 651 – Race Relations  (Seminar)

Women’s and Gender Studies/Minor in LGBTQ Studies (Spring 2012- New Minor):

  • WGS 201 – Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies
  • WGS 210 – Popular representations of Queer Sexualities
  • WGS 301 – Feminist Inquiries
  • WGS 305 – Queer Studies
  • WGS 315 – Gender, Race, and Class
  • WGS 320 – Comparative Perspectives on Gender and Sexuality
  • WGS 335 – LGBTQ Communities
  • WGS 344 – Gender and Politics
  • WGS 350 – Special Topics in Women and Gender Studies
  • WGS 405 – Gender and Sexuality in Cultural Context
  • WGS 410 – Gender, Sex, and the Law
  • WGS 420 – Interpreting Bodies

 

 
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