WGST 3345 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: A Global Perspective
3 hours; 3 credits
Knowledge and skills that will enable students to effectively analyze the interplay between diverse identities and organizational dynamics both in the U.S. and global contexts. The course will: (1) Analyze the evolution of the relationship between sex, gender, other identities, and work around the world; (2) Compare and contrast the labor market and organizational experiences of men and women in the U.S. in a comparative perspective with other countries; and (3) Examine strategies for successfully building diverse and inclusive organizations. Real life examples and cases will be used to illustrate and integrate the studied concepts. This course is the same as BUSN 3250.
Prerequisite: Upper sophomore status or Women's and Gender Studies 1001  or Business 3240 [40.3] or Psychology 3172 [12.7].
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