Ethnic Studies 199: Senior Thesis: The course entails independent study, research and/or creative work in the area of ethnic studies. Though students are encouraged to employ a multidisciplinary approach, they need to choose a sponsor from among the faculty members on the Ethnic Studies Committee. (To be taken only after the completion ES 001 and two other upper division electives in the minor.)
One of the three multidisciplinary divisions is Ethnic Groups & Identity. This area includes courses that address the role ethnicity plays in one’s individual, social, and political experiences and identity. The courses listed below are representative of courses that address some of the above particularities.
Anthropology 123: Ethnic Groups in the United States Sociology 116: New Immigrants and Refugees Communication 104: Intercultural Communication
History 136: Immigration and Ethnic Relations in American History Politics 110: Minority Politics