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University of Calgary Calendar 2023-2024 COURSES OF INSTRUCTION Course Descriptions P Pluralism PLUR
Pluralism PLUR
Junior Course
Pluralism 201       Introduction to Pluralism
An introduction to concepts and issues associated with pluralism with emphasis on critical self-reflection on assumptions, values and norms, and developing skills to engage with culturally diverse teams. Includes curriculum-based experiential learning components.
Course Hours:
3 units; (3-0)
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Senior Course
Pluralism 401       Capstone in Pluralism and Global Citizenship
Integrative project with a major experiential learning component involving respectful engagement with a local or global community. The focus of projects could range from improving workplace civility to seeking creative, socially just, and bold outcomes through social activism and innovation, cultural research, entrepreneurial thinking, thought leadership, and/or community development.
Course Hours:
3 units; (3-0)
Prerequisite(s):
Pluralism 201 and completion of 60 units.
Notes:
A minimum of 15 contact hours of community-engaged experiential learning is required in addition to course hours.
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