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AE 1450 Valuing Differences - 1 credit hour
Through lecture, video, simulation exercises, reaction papers, and small/large group discussion, this course introduces students to a variety of issues and challenges relating to race, gender, and culture. Within the context of a personal, experiential, and interactive learning environment, students will examine ways in which culturally diverse populations enrich our society through their differences as well as through their similarities.
- "I am amazed at how much my eyes have been opened."
- "This course helped me understand myself, my upbringing, and who I am."
- "If this is not a required course for graduation, then none should be."
- "Excellent opportunity for risk-taking and to learn about people who are different from me."
- "It opened my eyes to understand how other people go through life."
- "Enlightened me more than any other course."
- "Deals with topics that others are afraid to touch."
- "Best class I have ever taken."
For additional information about Valuing Differences - Discovering Common Ground courses, contact:
Valuing Differences Director