Offered by the Ethnic Studies Program
College of Natural and Social Sciences
- ETHS 101GS - Introduction to Ethnic Studies - 3 hours
- Prereq: none
This course focuses on the historical development, perspectives, and cultural expressions of U.S. minority groups. Consideration
will be given to key concepts including race, ethnicity, nationality, class and power, and the interactions among them.
- ETHS 370 - Research in Ethnic Studies - 3 hours
- Prereq: ETHS 101GS
Under faculty guidance, students will conceive and carry out a semester-long project of research or creative activity in Ethnic
Studies. It may be possible to cross-list this research course with compatible research/independent study courses from other
- ETHS 450 - Senior Seminar in Comparative Ethnic Studies - 3 hours
- Prereq: ETHS 101GS, ETHS 370*
A capstone course for students minoring in Ethnic Studies. Utilizing the projects developed by students in
ETHS 370*, this interdisciplinary seminar will draw connections between prior Ethnic Studies courses and
student research while examining contemporary theory, issues, and events through lecture and seminar discussion.
* This course is the immediate prerequisite. Other preparation is required prior to this immediate prerequisite.
30 Apr 2008