(Interdisciplinary Studies minor only)
Dr. Jennifer Hildebrand, Coordinator
E304 Thompson Hall
The Multi-Ethnic Studies minor provides an opportunity to study the histories and cultures of ethnic minority groups in North America and their relationships to each other as well as to the dominant culture.
The program is designed for students who desire a broader focus than that offered by the existing minors - African American, American Indian and Latino Studies. The Multi-Ethnic Studies minor will merge facets of all three minors - for example, history, literature, language, anthropology, music, etc. - to give a broad-based understanding of those ethnic groups who have been marginalized or excluded from full participation in society.
This minor, with its wide scope, will appeal to students interested in learning more about the expressions and perspectives of North American minority groups and how the inter-relationships of race, ethnicity, gender, and class define our society.
NOTE: Requirements may differ according to date of enrollment.