Racial Identity And Racism At Work: A Us Context

MOB3585 Racial Identity and Racism at Work: a US Context
4 Advanced Management Credits
This course provides numerous opportunities to explore your personal and social identity. Students will delve into materials that expose you to protagonists, contexts and issues from multiple racial and cultural perspectives. Further, students will engage in activities designed to help you become more culturally competent. This is a rare opportunity to learn about racial, ethnic and cultural diversity in connection with gaining great insight into your own identity. The course is designed in three phases; students will: 1) explore race and racism; 2) examine the convergence of life domains and lived racial experiences; and, 3) investigate how race and racism intersect with lived experiences to influence privilege/bias, authenticity and professionalism in the workplace.

Prerequisites: FME and FYS

  • Program: Undergraduate
  • Division: Management
  • Level: Advanced Elective (UGrad),Advanced Management (UGrad)
  • Course Number: MOB3585
  • Number of Credits: 4