DEI and the Workplace

This minor or Integrative Studies concentration provides students with a deeper understanding of the attributes  protected by Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Legislation including race, ethnicity, gender & sexuality, and disability, as well as other dimensions of diversity such as social class. An emphasis is placed on recommendations for increasing diversity, equity and inclusion in society and the workplace.  

Minor or Integrative Studies Concentration Requirements

A minor or concentration in DEI and the Workplace consists of 4 upper level courses (12-16 credit hours) that have been approved for the minor. 

Courses for the Minor or Concentration
Select four courses from the following:12-16
Beyond Race: Understanding Human Variation 1
Sexuality and Culture
Psychology of Prejudice 1
Diversity and the Workplace 1
Poverty and Inequality 1
Sexualities, Genders, & Bodies
Race, Ethnicity and Immigration 1
Race/Ethnic Health
Introduction to Women's & Gender Studies
Introduction to Critical Disability Studies
Sexuality, Gender and the Law 1
Total Credit Hours12-16

This course has a prerequisite.

  •  A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for the minor/concentration. The GPA is based on all coursework required within the minor (excluding prerequisites).
  • The use of transfer credit, field placements, internships, seminars, S/E graded courses, and independent study/research courses is limited to 3 credits in a 12 credit hour minor/concentration and 6 credits in a 15 credit hour and above minor/concentration.
  • Courses within a minor/concentration cannot be taken as Pass/Fail (P/F).
  • Minors requiring 12 credits may share one course with a major. Minors requiring 15 credits or more may share two courses with a major. This does not apply to concentrations for the Integrative Studies major.