SAS 21st Century Challenge objectives

For SAS 21st Century Challenge objectives, students will:

Analyze the degree to which forms of human difference shape a person’s experiences of and perspectives on the world

Analyze a contemporary global issue from a multidisciplinary perspective

Analyze the relationship that science and technology have to a contemporary social issue

Analyze issues of social justice across local and global contexts

The following courses that have been designated by SAS as meeting particular objectives for General Education Requirements:
37:575:110 Work, Society, and the Quality of Life {a, b, d}
37:575:303 Black Workers in American Society {a}
37:575:307 Latino Workers in the U.S. {a}
37:575:309 Working Women in American Society {a}
37:575:301 Comparative Labor Movements {b, d}
37:575:302 Comparative Social and Labor Legislation {b, d}
37:575:320 Immigrant Workers and Their Rights {a, d}
37:575:335 Women and the Labor Movement in the U.S. & Globally {a, d}
37:575:363 Labor and the Global Economy {d}
37:575:364 Diversity in the Workplace {a}