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Multicultural Requirements for Students Adhering to Catalog Published Prior to 2014-15

In addition to the core, every student must include at least one 3-hour multicultural course or its equivalent that focuses explicitly on the distinctive subcultures of the United States or on the culture of another society. Completion of an approved study abroad course, including assessments by the Texas Tech University Study Abroad Office, also can fulfill this requirement. Many courses fulfill a core curriculum requirement and at the same time satisfy the multicultural emphasis. All students should check with an advisor for appropriate courses. Although the courses below fulfill the university's multicultural requirement, select Honors courses also may be available and may vary by semester.

Students graduating from Texas Tech University should be able to demonstrate awareness and knowledge of distinctive cultures or subcultures, including but not limited to ethnicity, race, gender, class, political systems, religions, sexual orientation, languages, or human geography.

 

TTU Course Number TTU Course Title Texas Common Course Number
AAEC 4309 Sustaining Global Ecology, Natural Resources and Economy  
ADM 3312 History and Philosophy of Dress  
AGED 2300 Intro. to Agricultural Education  
ANTH 1301 Understanding Multicultural America  
ANTH 2302 Cultural Anthropology ANTH 2346, 2351;
HUMA 2323
ARAB 3305 Introduction to Arab-Muslim Civilization  
ARCH 2311 History of World Architecture, c. 3000 B.C. to c. 1600 A.D. ARCH 1301
ARCH 4311 Architecture in Nonwestern Societies  
ART 1309 Art Appreciation ARTS 1301, 1313, 1413
ARTH 1301 Art History Survey I ARTS 1303
ARTH 2302 Art History Survey II ARTS 1304
ASL 3312 Introduction to Deaf Culture and Linguistics  
CFAS 2360 Diversity in Community, Family, and Addiction Services  
CLAS 3303 Sports and Public Spectacles in the Ancient
World
 
CLAS 3320 The World of Greece  
CLAS 3330 The World of Rome  
CLAS 3350 Comparative Mythology  
CLT 4305 Contemporary Theories of Cultural Meaning  
COMS 3311 Rhetoric in Western Thought  
COMS 3332 Intercultural Communication  
DAN 4301 World Dance Forms  
EDEL 2300 Schools, Society, and Diversity EDUC 1301, 1325
ENGL 2371 Language in a Multicultural America  
ENGL 3335 Ancient and Medieval World Literature  
ENGL 3336 Early Modern World Literature  
ENGL 3337 Modern and Contemporary World Literature  
ENGL 3387 Multicultural Literatures of America  
ENGL 3390 Literatures of the Southwest  
ESS 3354 Sport in World Cultures  
FIN 4328 International Finance  
FREN 3390 French Culture  
FREN 4322 Civilisation Française: French Civilization  
GEOG 2300 Introduction to Human Geography GEOG 1302
GEOG 2351 Regional Geography of the World GEOG 1303
GEOG 3360 Technology and the Human Landscape  
GEOG 3363 Geography of South America  
GERM 3301 German Culture and Society  
GERM 3306 Contemporary Germany  
GERM 3312 Literature of the Holocaust  
GERM 3313 Northern Myths and Legends  
GERM 4305 Readings in German Language and Literature  
HDFS 3350 Development in Cross-Cultural Perspective  
HIST 2322 World History to 1500 HIST 2321
HIST 3306 African American History to 1877  
HIST 3307 African American History From 1877 to
Present
 
HIST 3311 Social and Cultural History of the Southwest  
HIST 3318 The Plains Indians  
HIST 3325 History of Mexican Americans in the U.S.  
HIST 3326 History of Native Americans in the U.S.  
HIST 3381 Colonial Latin America  
HIST 3382 Modern Latin America  
HIST 3384 History of Brazil  
HIST 3389 The British Empire, 1783 to Present  
HIST 3395 Africa: Empires and Civilizations  
HIST 3396 Africa: Revolution and Nationalism Since 1800  
HIST 3398 The Modern Middle East, 1800 to the Present  
HONS 2311 Seminar in International Affairs  
HONS 2314 Honors Seminar in International Cinema  
ID 3382 Period Furnishings I  
LARC 2302 Development of Landscape Architecture  
MGT 4375 International Management  
MKT 4358 International Marketing  
MUHL 2301 History of Music  
NS 4380 Cultural Aspects of Food  
PHIL 2350 World Religions and Philosophy PHIL 1304
PHIL 3301 Classical Greek Philosophy  
PHIL 3302 Asian Philosophy  
POLS 3361 International Politics  
POLS 3364 Comparative Foreign Policy  
POLS 3371 Comparative Politics  
POLS 3372 Government of Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States  
POLS 3373 Government of Western Europe  
POLS 3375 South American Governments  
POLS 3376 Asian Governments and Politics  
PSY 3398 Ethnic Minority Psychology  
RHIM 3350 Travel and Tourism  
RTL 3340 International Retailing  
RUSN 3301 Russian Civilization Through Literature in the 19th Century  
RUSN 3302 20th Century Russian Civilization Through
Literature in Translation
 
RUSN 3304 Russian Culture  
RUSN 4301 The Great Russian Realists: Tolstoy and Dostoevsky  
RUSN 4302 Contemporary Russian Literature in Translation  
SLAV 3301 The Vampire in East European and Western Culture  
SOC 1301 Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1301
SOC 3324 Race and Ethnicity  
SPAN 3306 Intro. to Hispanic Life and Culture  
SPAN 3344 Mexican Life and Culture  
SPAN 3390 Hispanic Culture and Civilization  
SPAN 4332 Civilización Hispánica: Hispanic Civilization  
SPAN 4335 Internship in Spanish  
SPAN 4344 Contemporary Mexico  
SPAN 4360 Mexican American Literature  
SPAN 4361 Spanish for the Southwest  
SW 3331 Social Work with Diverse Populations  
THA 3308 History of Theatre I  
THA 3309 History of Theatre II  
TURK 3307 Turkish Culture  
 

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