Dec 19, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Human Diversity Requirement List of Courses


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All undergraduate students must complete the human diversity baccalaureate requirement either through a designated human diversity course, OR a non-course based experience that is designated as “human diversity.” Human Diversity is defined as gender, ability, race/ethnicity, citizenship, wealth/material resources, religion, age, or sexual orientation, and includes an analysis of power and addresses people’s differing access to resources/opportunities in the present or past. Students may meet this requirement by successfully completing any one of the following: an approved NIU Human Diversity course, an NIU course taken prior to that course being designated as a Human Diversity course, a course from an Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) participating institution that has an IAI “N’ or “D” Human Diversity code, a transfer course that articulates to an NIU Human Diversity course, a transfer course that meets the transfer institution’s Human Diversity requirement, or that is identified as a Diversity course by the transferring institution. Students may also satisfy NIU’s Human Diversity requirement through a university-approved co-curricular experience. Here is the complete list of courses that fulfill this requirement.

Course list


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