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2017-2018 Catalog

Cultural Competency Course List


Colorado Mountain College requires students in many of the Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, and Associate of General Studies programs to complete a Cultural Competency course as part of their degree plan. The goal is to increase student understanding of the nature and meaning of human and global diversity by studying cultural experiences of marginalized groups, studying characteristics of cultural groups outside of Europe and the U.S., and learning the implications of global interdependence.

The following courses have been approved to fulfill the Cultural Competency Requirement for the AA, AS, and AGS degrees. All eligible courses are either generally transferable (✽) or are included in the Colorado Guaranteed Transfer (◆) pathways program.

Cultural Competency Courses

◆ AGR 260 - World Interdependence - Population & Food (GT-SS3) 3.0 credits  
✽ ANT 121 - Cultures of the Southwest 3.0 credits  
◆ ANT 215 - Indians of North America (GT-SS3) 3.0 credits  
✽ ANT 260 - Sex, Gender, and Culture 3.0 credits  
◆ COM 220 - Intercultural Communication (GT-SS3) 3.0 credits  
✽ EDU 234 - Multicultural Education 3.0 credits  
◆ ETH 200 - Introduction to Ethnic Studies (GT-SS3) 3.0 credits 
✽ FRE 111 - French Language I 5.0 credits   
✽ FRE 112 - French Language II 5.0 credits  
◆ FRE 211 - French Language III (GT-AH4) 3.0 credits  
◆ FRE 212 - French Language IV (GT-AH4) 3.0 credits  
◆ GEO 105 - World Regional Geography (GT-SS2) 3.0 credits  
◆ GEO 106 - Human Geography (GT-SS2) 3.0 credits 
◆ HIS 205 - Women in World History (GT-HI1) 3.0 credits  
◆ HIS 208 - American Indian History (GT-HI1) 3.0 credits  
◆ HIS 215 - Women in U.S. History (GT-HI1) 3.0 credits  
◆ HIS 243 - History of Modern China (GT-HI1) 3.0 credits  
◆ HIS 244 - History of Latin America (GT-HI1) 3.0 credits  
◆ HIS 249 - History of Islamic Civilization (GT-HI1) 3.0 credits  
✽ JPN 111 - Japanese Language I 5.0 credits  
✽ JPN 112 - Japanese Language II 5.0 credits  
◆ JPN 211 - Japanese Language III (GT-AH4) 3.0 credits  
◆ JPN 212 - Japanese Language IV (GT-AH4) 3.0 credits  
◆ LIT 205 - Ethnic Literature (GT-AH2) 3.0 credits  
✽ LIT 248 - Native American Literature 3.0 credits  
◆ LIT 259 - Survey of African-American Literature (GT-AH2) 3.0 credits  
◆ MUS 123 - Survey of World Music (GT-AH1) 3.0 credits  
◆ MUS 125 - History of Jazz (GT-AH1) 3.0 credits  
✽ PED 161 - Tai Chi I 1.0 credits  
◆ PHI 116 - World Religions - East (GT-AH3) 3.0 credits  
✽ PHI 150 - Philosophy East and West 3.0 credits  
✽ PHI 250 - Eastern Wisdom 3.0 credits  
◆ POS 205 - International Relations (GT-SS1) 3.0 credits  
◆ PSY 205 - Psychology of Gender (GT-SS3) 3.0 credits  
◆ SOC 216 - Sociology of Gender (GT-SS3) 3.0 credits  
◆ SOC 218 - Sociology of Diversity (GT-SS3) 3.0 credits  
◆ SOC 220 - Sociology of Religion (GT-SS3) 3.0 credits  
✽ SPA 111 - Spanish Language I 5.0 credits  
✽ SPA 112 - Spanish Language II 5.0 credits  
◆ SPA 211 - Spanish Language III (GT-AH4) 3.0 credits  
◆ SPA 212 - Spanish Language IV (GT-AH4) 3.0 credits  

 

Note: the Outdoor Education (AA) program has a condensed list of Cultural Competency courses from which to choose.