Diversity courses are designed to prepare students for an increasingly diverse and interdependent campus, and the multicultural, multi-ethnic world they live in and will lead.
Diversity courses have substantial content that addresses racial, ethnic, gender, socioeconomic, sexual orientation, religious or other types of diversity. Courses are in departments as varied as history, biology, classics, political science, and religion. Diversity courses are intended to prepare students for an increasingly diverse and interdependent campus and the world that they live in and will lead.
For freshmen who entered fall quarter 2015 and later, and transfer students who enter fall quarter 2017 and later
For students admitted to the undergraduate program in the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies.
For students admitted into the Herb Alpert School of Music.
For students admitted to the undergraduate program in the School of Public Affairs.
Information about the School diversity requirement and courses