House Bill Number 0094 of the 87th General Assembly of the State of Illinois requires:

"Each public institution of higher education to include, in the general education requirements for obtaining a degree, course work on improving human relations to include race, ethnicity, gender and other issues related to improving human relations to address racism and sexual harassment on their campuses, through existing courses.”

Option 1: Courses

The following courses will fulfill this graduation requirement:

Course

Gen Ed Attribute

Course Title

AFAM-200

SB

Intro to African and African-American Studies

ANTH-212

SB

Intro to Cultural Anthropology

CMTC-100

HU

Introduction to Communication

GES-104

SB

Introduction to Geography

ICSE-201

 

History and Culture of Ethnic Groups in America

LING-120

HU

Language and Human Behavior

LLAS-201

 

WIP: Culture and History of Latinos

NDP-310

 

WIP: Diversity in the Workplace

PHIL-213

HU

Ethics

PSCI-210

SB

Introduction to Political Science

PSCI-216

SB

American National Government

SOC-100

SB

Introduction to Sociology

SOC-105

SB

Women, Men, and Social Change

WLC-200A

 

Intro to Arab Culture

WLC-200B

 

Intro to Brazilian Culture

WLC-200C

 

Intro to Chinese Culture

WLC-200F

 

Intro to French and Francophone Cultures

WLC-200I

 

Intro to Italian Culture

WLC-200J

 

Intro to Japanese Culture

WLC-200L

 

Intro to Latin American Cultures

WGS-101

HU

Women’s Perspectives and Values

Option 2: Major/Minor Program

Students who complete one of the following programs of study have met the HB 0094 requirement. The study of the sources of conflict and the improvement of human relations is infused into the course work of these major and minor programs.

Anthropology major/minor
Bilingual/Bicultural Education major
Geography major
History major
Inner City Studies major
Justice Studies major/minor
Latino and Latin American Studies major/minor
Philosophy major/minor
Political Science major/minor
Social Work major/minor
Sociology major/minor
Women’s and Gender Studies major/minor