In addition to an ethnic studies core of issue-based courses that examine the intersections of race, class and gender and their relation to the construction of ethnicity, one area of emphasis on a specific ethnic group is required.
Students will work closely with a departmental advisor to determine a program of study that best meets their needs.
A grade-point average of 2.00 and a grade of C– or above in all minor course work are required. Individualized research or study is limited to 3 credits.
Note: The internship for this minor, ES 410, is optional. If the internship is taken for 3 credits, upper-division electives will be reduced to 6 credits.
Ethnic Studies Core (9)
ES 101. *Introduction to Ethnic Studies (3)
ES 201. *Inventing Ethnic America (3)
One 400-level comparative Ethnic Studies course (3)
One sequence from an area of emphasis below (6 credits total):
ES 212. *Survey of Chicano/a-Latino/a Studies I (3)
ES 213. *Contemporary Latino/a Culture and Issues (3)
African American Studies
ES 221. *Survey of African American Studies I (4)
ES 223. *Survey of African American Studies II (3) [To be 4-credits upon approval of 89927]
Asian American Studies
ES 231. *Asian American Studies: Mid-1800s-Present (4)
ES 233. *Asian Pacific American Activism and Empowerment (4)
Native American Studies
ES 242. *Federal-Indian Relations in 19th Century U.S. and Canada (3) [Terminated spring 2014]
ES 243. *Native American Assimilation and Activism U.S. (4)
12 credits of upper-division electives in an area of emphasis to be approved by the major advisor and to include a minimum of 3 credits at the 400 level (some courses may be taken from a list of nondepartmental offerings, subject to departmental approval).
ES 455. Internship Seminar (1)
* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
^ Writing Intensive Course (WIC)