The following courses can meet both the Multicultural Requirement and Upper Division Interdisciplinary General Education (UDIGE) Course Requirement.
ANTH 446 Altered States of Consciousness
ART 332 Multicultural Art Movements
ART/CHS/HIST 333 History of Southern California Chicano/a Art
ART 435 Postmodern Visual Culture
CHS 331 Trans-border Perspectives in Chicana/o Studies
CHS/COMM/NRS 343 Health Issues in the Latina/o Community
CHS/EDUC/HIST 445 Chicano Child and Adolescent
ENGL/PATH 333 Multicultural Drama and Theatre
ENGL/HIST 335 American Ethnic Images in Novels, Film, and Art
ENGL 349 Perspectives on Multicultural Literature
ENGL/HIST 430 Tradition and Transformation: Literature, History, and Cultural Change
FJS 340 Exploring Freedom and Justice
GLST 435 Global Cities
HIST/PAMU 337 Music in History
HIST/PATH 338 Theatre in History
NRS/PSY 342 Complementary and Alternative Health
PAMU 330 Jazz in America
PAMU 332 World Music
PATH/SPAN 334 Spanish Language Drama & Theatre
POLS/SOC 330 Political Sociology
PSY 344 Psychology and Traditional Asian Thought
Students need one multicultural course (C3b) for graduation (see catalog for a comprehensive list of all multicultural courses).
Students must take 3 (UDIGE) courses (9 units) in the course numbering range of 330-349 and 430-449. Two of the courses may be met with major requirements. One of the courses must be outside the major.