LOPER 10: Respect for Human Diversity

DISPOSITIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Every university-educated person should have:

Respect for human diversity (in our own communities and/or globally). Courses must meet all learning outcomes.

Assessed as:

  1. Can describe the nature and consequences of human diversity
  2. Can gather and evaluate information important for relating to diverse populations
  3. Can evaluate practices and decisions for their impacts on inequality or inclusivity
  4. Can articulate the significance of human diversity for themselves or for society

*** Designated courses with the appropriate content may be approved to satisfy one of the Broad Knowledge requirements plus LOPER 9 or Broad Knowledge plus LOPER 10. Courses may be approved to satisfy LOPER 9 or LOPER 10 alone. (Courses satisfying LOPER 9 or LOPER 10 alone must be 3 credit hours.)

ART 375Art, Activism, & Social Movements3
CJUS 370Women and Crime3
CJUS 380Minorities and Criminal Justice3
CSP 185Culture and Ethnic Identity3
DANC 122Dance Appreciation3
ENG 235HAmerican Studies3
ENG 253Intro to Literature: Non-Western Civilization3
ENG 255Introduction to Children's Literature3
ENG 260Images of Women in Literature3
ETHS 101Introduction to Ethnic Studies3
FAMS 151Human Sexual Behavior3
FREN 200Intermediate French I3
FREN 201Intermediate French II3
FREN 205Culture, Conversation, and Composition3
GEOG 104World Regional Geography3
GEOG 106Human Geography3
GEOG 206Geography of the United States and Canada3
GERM 200Intermediate German I3
GERM 201Intermediate German II3
GERM 205Culture, Conversation and Composition3
HIST 111Nebraska in the World3
HIST 112History of Religions in the World3
HIST 212Non-Western World History3
HIST 215Introduction to Latin America3
HIST 230World History to 16003
HIST 231World History since 16003
INTS 200Introduction to International Studies3
JAPN 200Intermediate Japanese I3
JAPN 201Intermediate Japanese II3
MGT 230Managing Diversity in Organizations3
MUS 101American Musical Theatre3
MUS 107Introduction to Rock and Blues3
PE 256Our Unhealthy World: Who's to Blame?3
PSCI 168Introduction to International Relations3
SOC 369Sociology of Gender3
SOWK 420Diversity and Social Justice3
SPAN 200Intermediate Spanish I3
SPAN 201Intermediate Spanish II3
SPAN 205Culture, Conversation and Composition3
SPCH 154Cross-Cultural Communication3
SPCH 430Story Analysis: Investigating Myths and Narratives3
TE 100Teaching in a Democratic Society3
WSTD 220Women's & Gender Studies3

Designated courses with the appropriate content will satisfy one of the Broad Knowledge requirements (LOPERs 5-8) plus LOPER 9 or a Broad Knowledge requirement plus LOPER 10. A list of these courses is here