Opportunities to learn about diversity, inclusion and equity are woven throughout the curriculum. Your liberal education courses invite you to investigate the world from new perspectives, learn new ways of thinking, and grow as an active citizen and lifelong learner.
New - Race, Power, and Justice in the United States
The United States is a diverse nation founded on the principle of equality, and yet has roots in slavery, indigenous genocide, colonialism, and dispossession. Courses that fulfill this requirement wrestle explicitly with the complex interactions of diversity, especially race, power, and justice in the United States, and the persistent structural inequalities embedded in those relationships.
Race, Power, and Justice in the United States is now a designated theme within the Liberal Education requirements (formerly called Diversity and Social Justice in the United States). If you were admitted to the University fall 2021 or later, you are required to fulfill this theme