Multicultural Issues in Education provides a comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of multicultural education. Emphasis is given to valuing diversity and applying multicultural anti-bias global perspectives. This course offers the opportunity for a lively discussion of controversial topics such as classicism, racism, sexism, and discrimination based on abilities, religion, language, and age. Prerequisite: EN201/EN501 or Michigan Teaching Certificate or may take during the same semester as EN201/501. Field component: minimum of six (6) hours.
- Faculty: NKECHY EZEH