Education Electives

Education Electives

 

 

Course Number

Course Title

Faculty

AFR 105

Introduction to the Black Experience

Cudjoe

AFR 206

African American History 1500-Present 

Jackson

AFR 249

From Mumbet to Michelle Obama: Black Women's History

Jackson

AMST 121

Introduction to Ethnic Studies

Clutario, Rivera-Rideau

AMST 151

Asian American Experience

Clutario

AMST 152

Race, Ethnicity, and Politics in America

Jeffries

AMST 161

Introduction to Latina/o Studies

Rivera-Rideau

AMST 222/PSYC 222

Asian American Psychology

Chen

AMST 225/SOC 225

Urban Studies and Policy

Levitt

AMST 246/SOC 246

How Immigration is Changing the U.S. and the World

Levitt

AMST 251/SOC 251

Racial Regimes in the United States and Beyond

Radhakrishnan

AMST 264

Histories of Asian American Labor and Immigration

Clutario

AMST 281/ ENG 297

Rainbow Republic: American Queer Culture from Walt Whitman to Lady Gaga

P. Fisher

AMST 290

Afro-Latinas/os in the U.S.

Rivera-Rideau

AMST 315

Beats, Rhymes, and Life: Hip-Hop Studies

Jeffries

ANTH 210

Political Anthropology

Ellison

ANTH 231/ PEAC 231

Anthropology In and Of the City

Ellison

CAMS 276

Media Publics: An Introduction to Civic Media

Knouf

CLSC 216/PSYC 216

Psychology of Language

Lucas

CS 232

Artificial Intelligence

Mustafaraj

ECON 241

Poverty and Inequality in Latin America

McEwan

ECON 326

Seminar: Advanced Economics of Education

McEwan

ECON 327

The Economics of Law, Policy and Inequality

Park

ENGR 305/ PEAC 305

Intersections of Technology, Social Justice, and Conflict

Confortini / Banzaert

HIST 203

Out of Many: American History to 1877

Grandjean

HIST 204

The United States History since 1865

Greer

HIST 253

Native America

Grandjean

LING 114

Introduction to Linguistics

Carpenter

LING 238

Sociolinguistics

Levitt

LING 244

Language: Form and Meaning

Tham

LING 248

Introduction to Historical Linguistics

Levitt

LING 312

Bilingualism: An Exploration of Language, Mind, and Culture

Carpenter

LING 338

Seminar: African American English

S. Fisher

PEAC 104

Introduction to the Study of Conflict, Justice, and Peace

Rosenwald/Confortini

PEAC 206/POL 2 220

Qualitative Methods in the Social Sciences

Hajj

POL1 328

Seminar: Immigration Politics

Arora

POL1 337

Seminar: Race in American Politics

Woolfalk

POL4 249

Neoliberalism and its Critics

Grattan

POL4 311

Seminar: Grassroots Organizing

Grattan

POL4 341

Beyond Prisons: Resistance, Reform, Abolition

Grattan

PSYC 101

Introduction to Psychology

Staff

PSYC 207

Developmental Psychology

Gleason

PSYC 210

Social Psychology

Akert/Bahns

PSYC 217

Cognition

Lee

PSYC 245

Cultural Psychology

Chen

PSYC 316

Seminar: Language Acquisition

Pyers

PSYC 325

Seminar: Adolescent Psychology: Bridging Research and Practice

Poston

PSYC 326

Seminar: Child and Adolescent Psychopathology

Theran

PSYC 333

Clinical and Educational Assessments

Wink

PSYC 337

Seminar: Prejudice and Discrimination

Bahns

PSYC 344

Seminar: Social Imagination

Gleason

PSYC 345

Seminar: Development of a Theory of Mind

Pyers

SOC 205/WGST 211

Modern Families and Social Inequalities: Private Lives and Public Policies

Hertz

SOC 209

Social Inequality

Rutherford

SOC 311/WGST 311

Seminar: Family and Gender Studies

Hertz

WGST 221

Gender, Race, and the Carceral State

Musto

WGST 224

Feminist Methods

Gutierrez

WGST 326

Seminar: Crossing the Border(s): Narratives of Transgression

Mata

WRIT 110

The Social Construction of Inequalities: Race, Gender, Class and Sexuality

Marshall

MIT EC. 717

D-Lab: Education and Learning

Nam

MIT 11.124

Introduction to Education: Looking Forward and Looking Back on Education

Thompson

MIT 11.125

Introduction to Education: Understanding and Evaluating Education

Thompson