Ethnic Studies Minor Requirements
How do i DECLARe THE ethnic studies MINOR?
Students interested in declaring Ethnic Studies as their minor should complete the application by clicking "Application" and returning it to Dr. Julian Madison.
What courses do i need?
The Ethnic Studies minor draws upon courses in many different departments across the university. Please see the Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions.
Students are required enroll in SOC 310: Racial and Ethnic Relations. Thereafter, they may choose five courses from any of the courses listed above. With the consent of the coordinators, students may be advised to enroll in other courses on racial/ethnic minorities in the United States with the consent of the coordinators.
- ANT 321: Indians of North America
- ANT 355: Native American Women
- ENG 423: Contemporary African American Novelists
- ENG 424: The Harlem Renaissance
- HIS 210: U.S. Black History
- HIS 229: Cuba and Puerto Rico
- HIS 257: American Indian History I
- HIS 258: American Indian History II
- HIS 364: Travel to the Hawaiian Nation
- HIS 365: Hawaiian History
- JRN 240: Race and The News
- MDS 350: Resistive Vernaculars
- PSC 326: Race and Ethnicity in American Politics
- SOC 310: Race and Ethnic Relations (REQUIRED)
- SOC 312: The African American Experience
- SOC 317: Women of Color in the U.S.
- URB 306: Intergroup Relations in Contemporary Society
- URB 310: Prejudice and Public Issues
- WMS 355: Native American Women