Aug 14, 2020  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

Domestic Diversity (DD) Course List


The courses listed below have been approved to carry the domestic diversity (DD) designation.  Full course descriptions may be viewed by clicking on the course prefix and number or by using the course filter  in the courses section of this catalog.

Additional courses may be approved through the campus approval process during fall semester and may be offered during spring semester of this academic year. To view these courses go to the What’s New This Year?  section of this catalog or see the below highlighted notes.


COURSE (PREFIX, NUMBER, TITLE)                                          
AAAS 1000 - Introduction to African and African American Studies       
ADRE 2000 - Survey of Community Resources in Rehabilitation and Health Care       
ADRE 4000 - Interviewing Techniques for Health and Rehabilitation Settings        
ANTH 2250 - Race and Ethnic Relations: Discovering New Solutions        
ANTH 3005 - North American Indians        
ANTH 3026 - Forensic Anthropology        
ART 3850 - Art in the Elementary School        
ART 3860 - Classroom Participation in Art         
ARTH 3961 - Native North American Art and Ritual         
BUSI 2200 - Experiential Leadership: Teams in Action        
COMM 3151 - Family Communication        
COMM 3190 - Health Communication        
COMM 3520 - Sports Media Survey        
COMM 4135 - Gender and Communication        
DNCE 1000 - Introduction to Dance        
DNCE 4044 - History of Dance I        
ECON 3750 - Economics of Poverty and Discrimination        
EDUC 3002 - Introduction to Diversity        
ELEM 3500 - Teaching Social Studies in Elementary School        
ENGL 2230 - Southern Literature        
ENGL 2260 - Topics in Contemporary African American Cultural Texts        
ENGL 3240 - US Latinx Literature        
ENGL 3250 - Native American Literatures        
ENGL 3260 - History of African American Literature        
ENGL 3300 - Women and Literature        
ENGL 3570 - American Folklore        
ENGL 3875 - Introduction to Writing Studies        
ENGL 4340 - Ethnic American Literature        
ETHN 2001 - Introduction to Ethnic Studies: Humanities        
ETHN 3501 - Selected Topics in Ethnic Studies: US Perspective        
FILM 4920 - Cinematic Identities        
FINA 2244 - Legal Environment of Business        
FORL 2666 - Latino Texts        
GENS 2400 - Introduction to Gender Studies         
GEOG 3001 - Historical Geography of the United States        
GEOG 3010 - Social Justice and Sustainability        
GEOG 4340 - Introduction to Medical Geography        
HDFS 1103 - Marriage and Family Relations        
HDFS 2400 - Introduction to Gerontology        
HDFS 4303 - Families and Cultural Diversity        
HIST 1050 - American History to 1877        
HIST 1051 - American History Since 1877        
HIST 2444 - The History of Sports in Western Society        
HIST 3100 - North Carolina History        
HIST 3110 - History of African-Americans        
HIST 3140 - Women in American History        
HIST 3170 - History of Native Americans        
HIST 3210 - Colonial America to 1763        
HIST 3225 - The Era of Sectionalism and Civil War, 1848-1877        
HIST 3230 - The Birth of Modern America, 1865-1892        
HIST 3240 - The Age of Franklin Roosevelt, 1919-1945        
HIST 3245 - The United States Since 1945        
HIST 3907 - Pirate Nation: An ECU History        
HLTH 3002 - Women’s Health Across the Lifespan        
HLTH 3020 - Understanding and Achieving Health Equity        
HLTH 3025 - LGBT Population Health and Disparities        
HLTH 3100 - Issues in Latino Health        
HMGT 1500 - Multicultural Hospitality Management        
IDIS 3790 - Technical Presentations        
IDIS 4802 - Distribution and Logistics Research        
JUST 3700 - Race, Gender and Special Populations in the Criminal Justice System        
KINE 3301 - Physical Education and Sport in Modern Society        
LING 2700 - Introduction to Language Studies        
LING 2740 - Language in the USA        
LING 3700 - History of the English Language        
LING 4710 - TESOL Theories and Principles        
LING 4730 - Language and Society        
LING 4740 - TESOL Methods        
MGMT 4343 - Organizational Leaders and Leadership        
MGMT 4402 - Human Resource Management        
MKTG 4732 - Consumer Behavior        
MRCH 2239 - Fashion and Culture        
MUSC 2257 - Jazz Appreciation        
MUSC 3237 - Beginning Instruction in Vocal-General Music Education        
MUSC 3287 - Choral Laboratory        
MUSC 2258 - History of Jazz Music        
NURS 4210 - Nursing Care of Populations and Communities        
NURS 4211 - Nursing Care of Populations and Communities Clinical        
NURS 4906 - Community Health Nursing        
NURS 4941 - Leadership and Community Nursing for ABSN        
NUTR 1010 - Cultural Foods        
PHIL 1175 - Introduction to Ethics        
PHIL 2274 - Business Ethics        
PHIL 3281 - Introduction to Philosophical Ethics in the Health Care Professions        
POLS 3039 - Black Politics in America        
POLS 3040 - Women in Politics        
PSYC 2777 - Ethnocultural Psychology        
PSYC 3221 - Social Psychology        
PSYC 3375 - Abnormal Psychology        
PSYC 4350 - Psychology of Sexual Behavior        
RCSC 3131 - Recreation for Diverse Populations        
READ 3000 - Literacy Learning in a Diverse World        
RELI 1500 - Use and Abuse of the Bible        
RELI 2340 - Religion and Science        
RELI 3700 - Religion and Social Issues        
RELI 4900 - Internship in Religious Studies        
SOCI 1010 - Race, Gender, Class        
SOCI 2110 - Introduction to Sociology        
SOCI 2111 - Modern Social Problems        
SOCI 3025 - Sociology of Mass Media        
SOCI 3035 - Sociology Through Film        
SOCI 3100 - Sociology of Aging        
SOCI 3219 - Sociology of Immigration        
SOCI 3220 - Sociology of Deviant Behavior        
SOCI 3326 - LGBT Identity, Society, and Politics        
SOCI 3400 - Gender and Society        
SOCI 4320 - Sociology of Law        
SOCI 4322 - Law and Social Change        
SOCI 4325 - Marriage and the Family        
SOCI 4327 - Gender and Adolescence        
SOCI 4330 - Criminology        
SOCI 4341 - Sociology of Religion        
SOCI 4345 - Racial and Cultural Minorities        
SOCI 4347 - Social Inequality        
SOCI 4360 - Sociology of Protest and Activism        
SOCI 4400 - Sociological Perspectives of Sport        
SOCW 2010 - Introduction to Social Work Practice with Special Populations        
SOCW 2400 - Introduction to Gerontology        
SPAN 3003 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers        
THEA 3025 - Intermediate Voice and Articulation