Schedule of Classes




Fall 2014 Schedule of Classes
Class Number Subject Course Number Section Number Units Title Days Time Room Instructor
2084 AMCS 200 1 3 Written & Oral Analysis T 9:00 - 11:40 AM SALZ2014 Churchill
1891 AMCS 210 1 4 Ethnic Groups in America TH 1:00 - 4:40 PM SALZ2015 Baker-Foley
2085 AMCS 225 1 4 How Racism Works: Amer in B&W MW 10:00 -11:50 AM SALZ2014 Ezra
2136 AMCS 260 1 4 Ethnicity in the Arts, Culture, and Media M 8:00-011:40 PM SALZ2022 Hester-Williams
4258 AMCS 273 1 4 American Diversity: Past, Present, Future T 10:00 -11:50 AM GMCSCHR Benson
4259 AMCS 273 2 4 American Diversity: Past, Present, Future TH 10:00 -11:50 AM SALZ2022 Benson
4262 AMCS 273 3 4 American Diversity: Past, Present, Future T 10:00 -11:50 AM GMCSCHR Ezra
4263 AMCS 273 4 4 American Diversity: Past, Present, Future TH 10:00 -11:50 AM STEV2075 Ezra
3862 AMCS 339 1 3 Ethnic Groups and American Social Policy TH 9:00 - 11:40 AM SALZ2014 Churchill
2260 AMCS 350 1 4 Ethic, Values, and Multiculturalism MW 2:00 - 3:40 PM NICH204 Strobel
2294 AMCS 350 2 4 Ethic, Values, and Multiculturalism M 5:00 - 9:40 PM ART102 Kremer
3858 AMCS 355 1 4 Language and Ethnicity MW 10:00 - 11:50 PM NICH204 Strobel
3869 AMCS 392 1 4 Ethnic Images in Film and Media T 1:00 - 4:40 PM SALZ2014 Morrison
1991 AMCS 395 1 4 Community Involvement Program ARR ARR ARR Ezra
1993 AMCS 395 2 3 Community Involvement Program ARR ARR ARR Ezra
2336 AMCS 395 3 3 Community Involvement Program ARR ARR ARR Strobel
3944 AMCS 480 1 4 Research and Methodology TTH 10:00-11:50 AM SALZ2015 Kim-Rajal
3859 AMCS 481 1 4 Special Topics T 1:00 - 4:40 PM NICH204 Strobel
3870 AMCS 495 1 4 Special Studies ARR ARR ARR Ezra

AMCS 481: Religion and Spirituality/Religious Pluralism in the U.S.(4)

The U.S. is now the most religiously diverse country. Learn how immigrant communities are contributing to this diversity and how it enriches the cultural and religious landscape of the U.S.

Explore earth-based or indigenous spiritual traditions in comparison with monotheistic religions.

Learn to listen to each other’s story about our religious and/or spiritual beliefs or lack thereof. What is at stake or at risk when we don’t attend to these differences? Finding our common ground thru interfaith dialogue and connections.