Inclusive Classroom Strategies
The Tri-C courses listed below increase awareness of the crucial and often neglected contributions, experiences and struggles of Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) while addressing systemic racism and other forms of inequality and injustice. These courses are designed to strengthen and expand antiracist and social justice curriculum and pedagogy at the College.
Recommended syllabus statement regarding inclusiveness:
All students will be treated equitably under syllabus policies without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, ability, national origin, immigration status, sexual orientation, gender identity, student status, economic status or ideological preference.
|BADM-2601||Global Commerce and Communication|
|ENG-2510||African American Literature I|
|ENG-2610||African American Literature II|
|HIST-1700||History of Africa|
|HIST-2700||History of Modern Africa|
|HIST-2031||History of Islam to the Modern Middle East|
|HIST-2040||Native American History|
|HIST-2080||Latin American History|
|MJS-1610||Survey of the Black Press|
|REL-2060||African American Religious Experience|
|SOC-2310||Contemporary American Black-White Relations|
|SOC-2550||Race and Ethnic Relations|