Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts
Concentration in Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity - Inclusion degreeWaldorf’s Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts combines core studies in the liberal arts with the opportunity for students to select specific areas of concentration. This provides a broad base of knowledge in several subject areas, along with the option to more deeply explore a specific area of interest.
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Diversity and Inclusion Concentration
To compete in today’s knowledge economy, top organizations seek a diverse workforce in order to leverage wide-ranging talent. Waldorf’s Diversity and Inclusion concentration is designed to explore the complex dynamics of workforce diversity. This program also examines the psychology of prejudice and discrimination, employment and labor law, and diverse perspectives related to gender, generation, race, religion, and ethnic culture.

Option to Continue Towards a Bachelor’s Degree
For students who may wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree in the future, the associate degree program is designed to prepare for entry into Waldorf’s bachelor’s degree programs with upper division standing. This A.A. concentration also satisfies the requirements for the Diversity and Inclusion concentration within Waldorf’s B.S. program in Organizational Leadership.

Estimated time to complete the Associate in Arts program is two years with full-time enrollment.

Associate Programs are not eligible for Federal Student Aid.

Prefix Number Course Credit Hours
  15
ORG/BUS 4000 Organization Diversity and Inclusion 3
BUS 3900 Employment and Labor Law 3
PSY 4515 Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination 3
Choose two from the following:
ORG 3800 Leadership across Generations 3
HIS/REL 3360 Introduction to the Muslim World 3
HIS 3630 African American History 3
PSY 3205 Psychology of Gender 3
REL 2350 Philosophies of World Religions 3
SPN 1010 Introduction to Spanish 3

A.A. Degree Completion Requirements

  • Completion of the 60-credit curriculum
  • 2.00 cumulative grade point average for coursework completed at Waldorf College
  • Minimum grade of C in all concentration coursework
  • Concentrations are optional, with concentration credits applied toward elective credit requirements