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Ethnic Studies BS

Ethnic Studies BS
Course Number and TitleCredits
ENGL 101 Introduction to College Writing3
ENGL 102 Intro to College Writing and Research3
UF 100 Intellectual Foundations3
UF 200 Civic and Ethical Foundations3
DLM Mathematics3-4
DLN Natural, Physical, & Applied Sciences course with lab4
DLN Natural, Physical, and Applied Sciences course in a second field3-4
DLV Visual and Performing Arts3
DLL Literature and Humanities3-4
DLS SOC 230 Introduction to Ethnic Studies3
DLS Social Sciences course in a second field3
CID SOC 305 Race and Cultural Minorities3
FF SOC 498 Senior Seminar3
BASQ-STD/SOC 493 Internship Ethnic Organization/Ethnic Issues Organization3
Methods course:
GENDER 302 Research Methods and Perspectives or
SOC 311 Social Research Methods
3
Content Areas (at least one course from each of the three (3) following categories, totaling a minimum of 7 courses):

History
ANTH 307 Indians of North America
ANTH 312 Prehistory of North America
ANTH 320 Latin American Prehistory
ARTHIST 359 Pre-Columbian Art
BASQ-STD 377 Early European History: Basque Origins and Traditions
BASQ-STD 378 Modern Basque History
HIST 261 Colonial Latin America
HIST 262 Modern Latin America
HIST 341 The Indian in United States History
HIST 349 History of Multicultural America
HIST 363 History of Mexico

Literature and Culture
BASQ-STD 335 Basque Culture
BASQ-STD 353 The Arts in the Basque Country
COMM 351 Intercultural Communication
ED-LLC 200 Cultural Diversity in the School
ED-LLC 305 Spanish for the Bilingual Classroom
ENGL 213 African-American Literature
ENGL 216 Cultural Exchange in Transnational Literatures
ENGL 395 Women Writers
FORLNG 310 Japanese Culture and Society
FORLNG 320 China Today
FORLNG 321 Chinese Culture Through Film
FORLNG 360 Topics in Hispanic Literature
GENDER 200 Introduction to Gender Studies
GENDER 303 Introduction to Women’s Studies
GENDER 480 Seminar in Gender Studies
SPANISH 202 Intermediate Spanish II
SPANISH 203 Intermediate Spanish for the Native or Near-Native Speaker
SPANISH 303 Advanced Spanish Conversation and Composition
SPANISH 304 Introduction to Hispanic Literature
SPANISH 313 Advanced Spanish Conversation and Composition for Native Speakers
SPANISH 377 Latin American Culture and Civilization
SPANISH 385 Mexican American Culture and Civilization
SPANISH 403 Survey of Latin American Literature I
SPANISH 404 Survey of Latin American Literature II
SPANISH 425 Mexican American Literature
SPANISH 430 Topics in Latin American Literature
SPANISH 490 Topics in Hispanic Cinema
World Language: two (2) courses in a foreign language sequence

Social and Political Issues
BASQ-STD 323 Basque Politics
BASQ-STD 379 Basque Global Migration
BASQ-STD 380 Colloquium in Basque Studies
DISPUT 402 Culture and Conflict
ED-LLC 306 Field Experience in the Bilingual or ESL Classroom
GENDER 301/SOC 471 Feminist Theory
GENDER 371/SOC 371 The Social Psychology of Gender
GENDER 380 Colloquium in Gender Studies
POLS 423 Latin American Politics
POLS 427 Politics of Africa
PSYC 419 Children and Families: Multicultural Perspectives
SOC 306 Sociology of African Americans
SOC 307 The Asian American Social Experience
SOC 332 Introduction to Mexican-American Studies
SOC 333 Contemporary Issues of Chicanas/Chicanos
SOC 421 Social Inequality
SPANISH 475 Latin America Today
SPANISH 476 Human Rights in Latin America
17-25
Upper-division electives to total 40 credits3-25
Electives to total 120 credits32-43
Total120
*Some courses have prerequisites not required in the major. Please see individual course descriptions