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Edmonds College Associate of Arts in Diversity Studies
Edmonds College

Associate of Arts in Diversity Studies

Lynnwood, USA

2 Years

English

Full time

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USD 3,772 / per quarter **

Blended, Distance Learning, On-Campus

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Introduction

Prepare to take your place in today's diverse multicultural environment

  • Useful for: increasing awareness of history and culture, developing connections to communities, and fulfilling CD credit
  • Classes explore: gender, race, religion, ethnicity, sexuality, age, social class, disabilities, culture and social justice, equality, cultural identity, and the history of inclusion and exclusion
  • Notable: Look for additional opportunities to earn credit by attending college lectures and events, organizing diverse events such as the powwow or women's conference, and discussing social justice topics with classmates in seminars

Courses in diversity studies examine core concepts related to difference, identity, and belonging. You will explore contemporary and historical relationships of power and social change as well as connections between race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, environment, social class, and religion. Classes are interdisciplinary and emphasize hands-on learning.

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