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2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Ethnic Studies Minor


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Ethnic studies is a discipline that incorporates the social sciences and the humanities to explore the comparative approaches to the study of minority groups in the United States. The central mission of an ethnic studies program is to increase the understanding of racial and cultural diversity of American society and the dynamics of interethnic relationships. At the University the ETS program is interdisciplinary, offering courses from other disciplines with a core in ethnic studies. In addition to the minor program, it provides important services to teacher preparation and general education requirements.

Required Courses Credits:15


Ethnic Studies Courses Credits: 3-6


Department-approved electives Credits: 9-15


Total Credits: 27-36


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