TMCC

Equity and Inclusion Office

College News

Trellis to Remember Licata

The shade structure that a TMCC professor envisioned is completed after his death.

Nursing Program Expanding in 2015

Maxine S. Jacobs Nursing Program will offer new degree and move into enlarged, remodeled facility.

Calendar of Events

TMCC STEM Society Meeting

Thursday, October 23
VSTA B204, Dandini Campus

SGA Frightmare Event

Thursday, October 23
Outside Plaza, Dandini Campus.


Diversifying the Curriculum

Diversity

A central theme or focus of the course must be a topic pertaining to non-western cultures or to underrepresented groups within western culture. There must be an extensive writing requirement.

The diversity requirement may be reflected in the general education requirement, core, elective or emphasis area of your degree.

Diversity Course List

Three credits of diversity course work are required to satisfy an Associate Degree granted to any TMCC student. The classes below satisfy both TMCC and UNR diversity requirements and TMCC general education requirements.

  • AAD 201 History of the Built Environment (same as HUM 201)
  • ANTH 201 Peoples and Cultures of the World
  • ANTH 205 Ethnic Groups in Contemporary Society (same as SOC 205)
  • ANTH 208 Fundamentals of Cultural Diversity
  • ANTH 229 Fundamentals of Applied Anthropology
  • ART 263 Survey of African, Ocean and Native American Art
  • ART 270 Women in Art
  • EDU 203 Intro to Special Education
  • ENG 267 Women and Literature
  • HDFS 232 Diversity in Young Children
  • HIST 208 World History I
  • HIST 209 World History II
  • HIST 211 Asian History I (same as HUM 211)
  • HIST 212 Asian History II
  • HIST 227 History of Latin American Culture
  • HIST 247 History of Mexico
  • HIST 289 Intro to History of the Middle East
  • HIST 291 Introduction to Women's History and Literature
  • HIST 293 Intro to African American History I – Beginning to 1863
  • HIST 294 Introduction to African American History II
  • HUM 201 History of the Built Environment (same as AAD 201)
  • HUM 211 Survey of Chinese Culture (same as HIST 211)
  • HUM 225 A Cultural Perspective Spain . . . New Mexico (same as SPAN 225)
  • HUM 260 American Indian Literature and Culture
  • NUTR 253 Cultural Considerations in Nutrition
  • PHIL 210 World Religions
  • PSY 276 Aging in Modern American Society (same as SOC 276)
  • SOC 205 Ethnic Groups in Contemporary Society (same as ANTH 205)
  • SOC 276 Aging in Modern American Society (same as PSY 276)
  • SPAN 225 A Cultural Perspective Spain . . . New Mexico (same as HUM 225)
  • THTR 210 Theater: A Cultural Context