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In the classroom and beyond, the University of Baltimore strives to teach the positive impacts that respecting and embracing diversity have on our local and global communities.

Classes offered across our four schools and colleges reflect this focus. Just a few examples include:

  • APPL 659: Cross-Cultural Organizational Psychology
  • ANTH 110: Cultural Anthropology
  • ARTS 121: World Music
  • CNCM 740: Ethnic and Cultural Factors of Conflict
  • CMAT 130: Baltimore in the Media
  • CRJU 633: Race/Ethnicity and Gender Issues in Law Enforcement
  • CSCE 200: Understanding Community
  • ENGL 319: Topics in International Literature
  • GVPP 210: Global Politics
  • HIST 445: Topics in the History of Religion
  • IDIS 301: World Cultures
  • MGMT 302: Global Business Environment
  • PHIL 419: Religions in America
  • PSYC 260: Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
  • PUAD 704: Managing Diversity

Beyond the classroom, UB students take advantage of learning opportunities and real-world experiences that heighten their appreciation for a diverse world:

  • Global Field Studies: the Merrick School of Business offers multiple opportunities every year to learn more about how business is conducted around the world through study abroad
  • Divided Baltimore: an ongoing course that invites community members and high-schoolers to join UB students in investigating solutions to longstanding issues of inequality
  • Experiential Learning: through community engagement and service learning opportunities and study abroad, students are immersed in communities here and around the globe
  • BMALE Academy: inspires high academic achievement among UB's male students of color by supporting, embracing and engaging them in an effort to close the achievement, retention and graduation gaps
  • BeMore: Leadership and Community Engagement: students give back to their community by participating in day of service events, community education workshops, service tours of Baltimore and other service opportunities
  • Fund for Excellence Grants: special one-time grants that further UB's mission; past grants have helped to build initiatives like the Applied Feminism Anti-Trafficking Advocacy Through a Human Rights Lens Project, the BMALE Academy and the College-Community Collaboration in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Last Published 3/10/17