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Understanding of diverse cultures can help benefit others and help make your career richer and more impactful. No matter which field you decide to focus on our faculty will ensure that you walk away with a deep understanding and an appreciation of our diverse world and its challenges.

At UT Permian Basin, you have access to a wide range of courses about diverse groups of people. Whether you are more focused on women's rights, African-American history, or modern Hispanic art, we can support and help you grow within your deep area of interest.

Minor Requirements

Students are required to complete 18 semester hours to earn a minor in Multicultural Studies.

Required courses

Students are required to complete the following courses for a total of six semester credit hours:

  • SOCI 3345
  • SOCI 4320

Available courses

Students are required to complete 12 semester credit hours from the following courses:

  • ARTS 2340 Art History Survey I
  • ARTS 2341 Art History Survey II
  • ARTS 3300 Cross Cultural Art History
  • ARTS 3301 Women Artists I 
  • ARTS 3303 American Art I 
  • ARTS 3304 American Art II 
  • ARTS 3305 Modern Hispanic Art and Its Foundation 
  • ARTS 4302 History of African American Art 
  • COMM 4308 Intercultural Communication 
  • DRAM 4340 Topics in Theatre History 
  • EDUC 3322 Literature in the Classroom 
  • EDUC 4316 Methods of Teaching a Second Language 4th-12th 
  • ENGL 3306 American Multicultural Fiction 
  • ENGL 3325 American Women Playwrights
  • ENGL 3335 American Women Novelists 
  • HIST 2306 Modern Africa 
  • HIST 2312 Europe Since 1500 
  • HIST 3311 Studies in Mexico 
  • HIST 3326 19th-Century Europe 
  • HIST 3355 Slavery in America 
  • HIST 3381 Modern China 
  • HIST 4307 South Africa 
  • HIST 4336 Third Reich and Holocaust 
  • HIST 4354 Mexican-American History 
  • HIST 4364 Mexican-American Women 
  • HIST 4365 Mexican-American Leaders 
  • HIST 4366 The Civil Rights Movement 
  • HIST 4377 African-American History 
  • MNGT 4320 International Management 
  • PSYC 3311 Social Psychology 
  • PSYC 3341 Child/Adolescent Psychology 
  • PSYC 4307 Health Psychology 
  • PSYC 4381 Gender Studies 
  • SOCI 3345 Race, Gender, Ethnicity and Social Change 
  • SOCI 3348 Population Dynamics 
  • SOCI 3349 The Child in Society 
  • SOCI 4317 Women’s Studies 
  • SOCI 4320 Social Stratification 
  • SOCI 4325 Globalization 
  • SOCI 4370 Family Dysfunction and Substance Abuse 
  • SPAN 3311 Practical Spanish and Translation 
  • SPAN 3321 Hispanic Civilization 
  • SPAN 4301 Spanish Literature I 
  • SPAN 4311 Spanish-American Literature I 
  • SPAN 4351 Mexican Literature 
  • SPAN 4352 Mexican-American Literature 

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