Cultural Diversity

The following are courses designated by Niagara University that promote and encourage diverse, culture learning. At least one cultural diversity (CD) designated course is required of all Niagara University students. To be selected as cultural diverse, at least two-thirds of a course must focus on non-western culture, minority American cultures, or the process of racism, discrimination, or cross-cultural interaction.

  • Spa-American Authors
  • Intercultural Communication
  • West Africa Study Abroad Seminar
  • Intro to I.S.
  • Chicano Literature
  • Latin American Literature
  • The Atlantic World, 1400-1760
  • Contemporary Black Families in American
  • Geographic Economical
  • American Revolutionary War
  • Cont Black Family II
  • Introduction to Africana Studies
  • Lit & Civil Quebec
  • Political Development
  • Contemporary Francophone Lit
  • World Religion
  • Arab-Israeli Conflict
  • International Regions
  • Revolutions & Leaders
  • Introduction to Hebrew Scriptures
  • Living With the Bomb
  • Ethno/Travel Writing
  • Applied American Sign Language I
  • Soc Work with Family
  • Politics/Middle East
  • Politics & Soc Latin America
  • Vietnam War
  • Summer Galway
  • Special Topics in History
  • Chinese Cuisine and Culture
  • Spec Olympics: Coach & Man
  • Women and the Law
  • Introduction to Latin American Studies
  • East Orthodoxy & Protestantism
  • Elementary Arabic 2
  • Special Olympics Coaching and Games
  • The Rise of Black America
  • Youth/Music/Subculture
  • Japan Incorporated
  • Latin American Art
  • Int Oriental Thought
  • Women in Politics
  • Multicultural Education
  • Masterpieces of World Literature
  • Intro to Women's Studies
  • Asia-Pacific World
  • Applied American Sign Language II
  • Current Issues/Hispanic World
  • Civ & Cult Lat Amer
  • Culture Argentina/Latino Amer
  • Native American Lit
  • Ghana Summer Hist and Cult
  • Environmental Thought
  • Elem Mandarin Chin
  • World Terrorism
  • Sociology of Education
  • Intr to Indigenous Aust
  • Econ Growth & Devel
  • Francophone Women
  • Spanish for Business
  • American Deaf Culture
  • Intro Anthropology
  • Developing ESL Literacy through
  • Latin American Studies
  • Comparative Govt
  • Women in Society
  • History of Russia
  • History of the Soviet Union
  • Hispanic Women Writers in English
  • Religion, Language, Music
  • Cult Anthropology
  • Sociology of Aging
  • Psy Anthropology
  • Psy of Gender Differences
  • Sociology of Aging
  • Elementary Arabic I
  • Growing Up Female
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Sociology of Health
  • Russian Foreign Policy
  • Creative Nonfiction
  • Women in Art
  • Creative Non-Fiction
  • Introduction to Archaeology
  • Rivalries: Central Asia & Afghanistan
  • The Modern Middle East
  • Sociology of Health
  • The Modern World
  • Civil Rights Movements
  • World History to 1500
  • Intro to Gerontology
  • Psychology of Aging
  • Judaism & Islam
  • Japanese Popular Culture
  • Hinduism & Buddhism
  • Elem Mandarin Chinese 2
  • Chinese Popular Culture
  • Intermediate Arabic I
  • Feminist Polit. Theory
  • Women and Literature in England I
  • Afro-Latino Culture
  • Women in American History
  • Cultural Geography
  • Russian History
  • Russia in Transition
  • Social & Econ Survey of Russia
  • Elementary Russian
  • Civ/Cult of Latin America I
  • Intermediate Russian
  • Civ/Cult of Latin America II
  • The Middle East
  • Elementary Japanese
  • Elementary Arabic II
  • Elementary Japanese
  • Understanding & Addressing Poverty
  • Advanced Lang & Culture
  • Latin American Studies
  • Modern Africa
  • Argentine Popular Cult
  • Modern China
  • Native American Culture
  • Islam
  • Modern History of Argentina
  • Ethnography and Travel Writing
  • Modern Japan
  • International Communication
  • Argentine Literature
  • Contemporary Arabic Culture
  • Ethnography and Travel Writing
  • Latin American Art
  • Modern Latin America
  • Etude Socio-Culture
  • History of Australian Pop Cult
  • Global Citizens
  • Intro ASL and Deaf Culture
  • Africa in World History
  • Intro to Africana Studies
  • Diversity & Social Justice
  • Latin American Studies II
  • Death & Dying
  • Stereotyping in the Media
  • Church and Culture
  • Spainish American Authors