3.0 / Upper
The UExcel Cultural Diversity examination is based on material typically taught in a one-semester, three-credit, upper-level undergraduate social sciences course dealing with social, political, and economic realities of human difference in the United States. The content of the examination corresponds to course offerings such as Multiculturalism in the United States, Race and Ethnic Relations, Cultural Diversity, and Contemporary Social Theory. The examination measures knowledge of facts and terminology, an understanding of concepts and theories, and the ability to apply this knowledge and understanding in an analysis of the social construction of difference and its implications in U.S. society. The examination assumes a familiarity with introductory sociology and/or introductory cultural anthropology. The examination assumes an understanding of concepts generally taught in introductory sociology or introductory cultural anthropology courses. (Multiple-choice examination)
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