HUM 230 Human Services With Diverse Populations (3 credits)

This course examines the domestic and global contexts of diversity, the impact of ethnicity, race, gender, ability/disability, socio-economic class and sexual orientation on our lives. Students will develop self-awareness regarding their own feelings, assumptions and behaviors in relation to others different from themselves, and will explore how these impact their personal values, belief system and interactions with others. Same course as EDU 230; students may not receive credit for both courses. Prerequisite: English and Reading placement must be at college level.