Diversity in the Workplace
This course, which may include a significant service learning component, explores the workplace dynamics related to people’s similarities and differences in characteristics such as race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, and physical and mental ability. Topics include perception and attribution, the social construction of identity, privilege, power relations, discrimination, prejudice, stereotypes, and approaches businesses and other organizations take to address issues of workplace diversity. Prerequisite: BUS1100 and Sophomore standing. (Priority registration for MG and IB concentrates, remaining space available for other concentrates). Fulfills D in LS Core.