May 26, 2024  
2021-22 Catalog 
2021-22 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Ethnic and Racial Studies

The Ethnic and Racial Studies program is an interdisciplinary, comparative, and critical study of race, Indigeneity, and ethnicity with a primary focus on the lived experiences, perspectives, theories, and scholarship of and on Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), Jewish, and Muslim communities within the United States. Some courses will focus on one ethnic or racialized group and geographic area while other courses will work comparatively and internationally. 

Students working toward a minor in Ethnic & Racial Studies are required to meet with the ERS coordinator to declare the minor.  Students must meet all applicable requirements listed in the Minors section of this catalog, including the minor residence requirement.

Ethnic and Racial Studies Minor Requirements (24 credits)

Electives (16 credits)

Take at least 16 credits from the list below, up to 8 of which may be lower-division. No more than two electives can be from the same prefix.