• Ethnic Studies

    As an interdisciplinary concentration, Ethnic Studies draws its core courses from multiple disciplines across campus. Each semester faculty leadership will approve a list of courses that contribute to the concentration in collaboration with faculty from multiple departments who wish to cross list their courses.

    Faculty members from across campus whose teaching and scholarship are engaged with Ethnic Studies can choose to become affiliate faculty members of the Ethnic Studies Program. Additionally, the Ethnic Studies Program seeks to build linkages between Academic Affairs and Student Affairs to support students’ academic success and the enrichment of the campus culture.

    Program Structure and Requirements

    • Offered as an interdisciplinary concentration
    • 15 credits total across at least two disciplines.
    • Required course (3 credits): ES 101: Introduction to Ethnic Studies
    • Core Courses (12 Credits): Chosen from approved list of electives across departments