Power, Privilege, and Inequity (AC)
|Core Courses 1|
|ECE 133||REFLECTIVE PRACTICES IN EARLY LEARNING||3|
|ENGL 175||INTRODUCTION TO LGBTQ STUDIES||5|
|SOC 131||RACE AND ETHNICITY IN THE U.S.||3|
|WS 101||INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S STUDIES||5|
|WS 220||RACE, CLASS, GENDER AND SEXUALITY||5|
|WS 225||RACISM & WHITE PRIVILEGE IN THE U.S.||3|
|Select one from the following:||3-5|
|AMERICAN DEAF CULTURE (5 credits/units)|
|WOMEN IN LITERATURE (3 credits/units)|
|NATURE AND THE HUMANITIES (4 credits/units)|
|INTRODUCTION TO QUEER LITERATURE (3 credits/units)|
|AMERICAN MULTIETHNIC LIT (3 credits/units)|
|WOMEN IN U.S. HISTORY (5 credits/units)|
|NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY (5 credits/units)|
|AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY (5 credits/units)|
|DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (5 credits/units)|
Each core course below is required. Students must earn a minimum grade of “C.”
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Identify and deconstruct the individual, institutional, and ideological systems of power, privilege and inequity.
- Critically analyze one's own multiple identities within the context of power, privilege and inequity.
- Critically examine and describe the social, political and historical construction of identity and difference with regard to sex, gender, race, class, sexuality, age, and ability.