- Psych/Soc/UC 122 Intergroup Dialogue (2 credits)
- UC 178 Global Understanding (3 credits)
- UC 275 Global Intercultural Experience for Undergraduates (2 credits, Winter only; pre-requisite: admission to GIEU program)
- UC 421 Field Practicum in a University Setting (2 credits, Winter only; pre-requisite: ResStaff employment)
Global Course Connection to Korea
The Global Course Connection in Seoul, Korea that will be part of UC 178.001 Winter 2012 (travel takes place in May 2012). All students interested in this course & travel component need to apply by December 15th. Some scholarship funds may be available – further information can be confirmed after the selection process (after DEC.15). There will be another section of UC 178.002 that does not have travel that has not been listed yet (we will make an announcement when it becomes available).
Please note that in addition to applying for the course, you also need to attend a Ready, Set, Go Global! Session in order to be eligible. Those take places Mon.- Fri. 5-6pm in G127 Angell Hall (no RSVP needed – just drop in). If you cannot make a session, CGIS is very open to scheduling an individual time with you. There are other Global Course Connections besides ours going all over the world, so if you are interested we encourage you to apply.
- UC 370 Conflict and Coexistence: Religion, Culture, and Ethnicity (Winter only; 3 credits)
- Psych 310/Soc 320/UC 320 Processes of Intergroup Dialogues Facilitation (3 credits; Admission by Application; prerequisite Psych/Soc/UC 122)
- Psych 311/Soc 321/UC 321 Practicum in Facilitating Intergroup Dialogues (3 credits; prerequisite: Psych 310/Soc 320/ UC 320 with approval to progress)
- Psych/Soc/UC 324 Advanced Practicum in Intergroup Relations (3 credits; prerequisite: Psych 311/Soc 321/ UC 321 with approval to progress)
- Facilitator for UC 421 Field Practicum in a University Setting (Winter only; prerequisite: ResStaff employment)
- Work as a Resident Advisor, Resident Advisor Coordinator, Diversity Peer Educator, or Peer Academic Success Specialist
- CommonGround or Growing Allies Facilitator (admission by application)
GSP Mini-Course UC 270-005 (1Credit)
Global Social Justice: An Exploration on Allyhood
An ally is an individual who is passionate about and works towards social justice. This course is designed to foster an understanding of allyhood and coalitions in a global context. This cognitive exploration of allyhood, coupled with the investigation of real-life examples, prepares enrolled students to commit to actions related to social change-making in their lives. The course assignments consist of readings, journaling, a final reflection paper, and the engagement in a project outside of class that considers the applicability of these conversations onto daily lives.
- Soc 389 - Organizing for Social Justice: Community Organizing (3 credits)
- UC 390 - Disciplinary Study in a non-English Language
- UC 401 - Leadership and Management (ROTC)
- UC 470 - Social Justice in the Real World: Senior Capstone Experience in Intergroup Relations
- Program Assistant with CommonGround (admission by application)