The following courses must be completed previously: AHSC 230. Students must have completed 24 university credits prior to enrolling.
Description: This course examines the role of interconnected identity‑related differences, such as age, culture, disability, ethnicity, gender, geographical location, health status, history, language, power, race, religion, sexual orientation, social class, and privilege in human relationships and human systems. Students learn about histories of oppression and marginalization in Canada, theories of diversity and difference, as well as the impact of social justice movements and being and becoming an ally. Students are given opportunities to develop critical thinking and analytic skills and respect for difference and diversity.
Component(s): Lecture; Laboratory (Human Relations)