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Race, Gender, and Ethnicity Studies Curriculum

24 hours required

Required courses (12 hours):

ID134: Introduction to Race, Gender, and Ethnicity Studies (4)

EN251: Topics in the Literature of Race, Gender, and Ethnicity (4)

HI350: Topics in American History (approved topics African American history and others TBA with new history hire) OR HI351G: Topics in World History (approved topics Latin American Agricultural History, US/Latin American Relations, and The African Diaspora) (4) 

Electives (choose three, two of which must be upper-division) (12 hours)

*Note: some electives have pre-requisites that do not count toward the minor. These are designed for students already completing a major in that field of study. Other students should choose electives without pre-requisites. Students should consult the instructor to see if a topics course meets the “approved topics only” requirement for this minor.*

Choose one lower division course (Total of 4 hours):

CJ201G: International Criminal Justice (4)

EN232 Varieties of Literature: How to Be a Girl (4)

EN232 Varieties of Literature: Literature and the History of Sexuality (4)

EN242: American Literature Survey (4)

EN250G: Topics in Global Literature: Global Gender in Literature (4)

EN250G: Topics in Global Literature: Race, Gender, and Religion in World Literature (4)

EN250G: Scarlet Women (4)

EN250G: Latin Lovers (4)

HI130: American History I (4)

HI131: American History II (4)

HI250G: Topics in Global History: Youth in Revolt (2)

HI250G: Topics in Global History: History of Education (2)

HI250G: Topics in Global History: Borders and Migrants (2)

RP240G: Comparative Religions I (2)

RP241G: Comparative Religions II (2)

Choose two upper-division courses (Total of 8 hours):

CJ331: Corrections (4) (pre-req CJ130 and CJ231 recommended)

CJ350: Topics in Criminal Justice: Race and Justice (4)

CJ350: Topics in Criminal Justice: Women in Criminal Justice (4)

CJ350: Topics in Criminal Justice: Gender, Law, and Society (4)

CJ430: Homicide and the Death Penalty (juniors/senior standing required)

EC433: Advanced Theoretical Economics: Labor, Industrial Organizations and International Economics (pre-reqs EC130 and EC 131 and junior/senior standing)

EN330: Monstrous Perversions (4)

EN338: Contemporary American Literature (4)

HI331: American History 1877-1919 (4)

HI333: American History 1920-present (4)

HI351G: Topics in World History: Latin American Agricultural History (4)

HI351G: Topics in World History: US/Latin American Relations (4)

HI351G: Topics in World History: The African Diaspora

RP355G: East-West Philosophy (4)

RP450: Topics in Religion/Philosophy: Women and Philosophy (4) (junior/senior standing required)

RP450: Topics in Religion/Philosophy: Baseball: Race, Gender, and Ethnicity

SP335G: Introduction to Hispanic Arts (4) (pre-reqs: two 200-level Spanish classes and SP330G)

SP340G: The Culture of Latin America (4) (pre-reqs: two 200-level Spanish classes and SP330G)

SY330: Social Inequalities (4)

PS333: Case Studies in Nonviolence (4) (junior/senior standing required)

PS350: Topics in Political Science: Women in Politics (4) (junior/senior standing required)

PY350: Cross-Cultural Psychology (4) (pre-req PY130)

Lower-division hours for the minor: 12

Upper-division hours for the minor: 12