Ethnic Studies 103, one unit.
Five units from an approved list of courses (see below). These courses, to be selected in consultation with the program chair, must include two at the 200-level and three at the 300-level. They must be selected from three different departments.
An ethnic studies-related internship (or off-campus experience), one unit. The internship, providing hands-on experience with other racial or ethnic communities, may be completed in ethnic communities elsewhere in the United States or in study and research in ancestral communities or multi-ethnic communities outside the United States. Students upon returning must schedule an appointment with the ethnic studies faculty and submit evaluation form(s) and journal report to the ethnic studies faculty on how their experience has enhanced their multicultural understanding of the world. Students, working in consultation with the program chair, are encouraged to explore a variety of options for the internship experience.
Ethnic Studies 370, one unit.
The following courses may be used to fulfill the elective component in the ethnic studies major.
List 1: Arts and Humanities*
Art History 312: Race and Its Representation in American Art
English 211: Latina/o Literature
English 360: The Problem of Race in American Literature
Ethnic Studies 270: Hip Hop for Social Change
French 330: French Louisiana
Modern Languages 107: “Our Americas”: Crossing Borders, Histories, and Cultures
Spanish 362: Hispanic Literature and Cultures in the U.S.
Theatre 372: Postmodernism and Theatre
List 2: Politics and Society*
Anthropology and Sociology 280: Children of Immigrants (Same as Ethnic Studies 280)
Anthropology and Sociology 345: Race and Ethnicity
Communication Studies 213: Intercultural Communication
Economics and Management 322: Issues in Modern Political Economy
Economics and Management 354: Labor Economics
Ethnic Studies 289: Diversity and Education
Ethnic Studies 289: Social Movements
List 3: History of Ethnic Communities*
History 142: Modern Latin America
History 243: African American History 1865—Present
History 270: Going North: Latin American Immigration and U.S. History
History 300: Slave Societies of the Americas
History 385: British India
History 390: History of Women in the United States, 1877-Present
History 398: The 1960s
*Or courses approved by the Ethnic Studies Program.