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Ethnic Studies, Minor

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Requirements

Ethnic Studies is an interdisciplinary and intersectional study of differences and diverseconnections. Such differences and connections include race, ethnicity, culture, nation, sexuality, andphysical abilities that span humanities and social sciences. These studies re-frame and re-centerconversations and knowledges about non dominant histories in the United States and the world.

Total Program Credits: 18

Matriculation Requirements:  
  1. Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
Core Requirements: 6 Credits 
  ETHS 2500 Introduction to Ethnic Studies 3
  ETHS 2510 Foundations of Ethnic Studies 3
Choose 12 credits from the following: (9 credits must be upper-division) 12
  AIST 180G Introduction to American Indian Studies SS GI  
or ANTH 180G Introduction to American Indian Studies SS GI  
  ANTH 101G Social Cultural Anthropology SS GI  
  ANTH 3000 Language and Culture LH  
  ANTH 3360 Contemporary Issues in American Culture  
  ANTH 3365 Gender and Sexuality  
  CINE 217G Race Class and Gender in U S Cinema GI HH  
or COMM 217G Race Class and Gender in U S Cinema GI HH  
or ENGL 217G Race Class and Gender in U S Cinema GI HH  
  ENGL 357G Native American Literature GI  
  ENGL 373R Literature of Cultures and Places  
  ENGL 376G World Literature GI  
  ENGL 377G Latina/o Literature in America  
  ENGL 402G Multicultural Rhetorics GI  
  ENGL 476G Multi-ethnic Literature in America GI  
  COMM 319G Intercultural Communication Encounters GI  
  HUM 101G Humanities Through the Arts HH GI  
  HUM 201G World History Through the Arts I HH GI  
  HUM 202G World History Through the Arts II HH GI  
  PHIL 1620 Introduction to Eastern Religions HH  
  POLS 3480 Race in Politics  
  AIST 180G Introduction to American Indian Studies SS GI  
or ANTH 180G Introduction to American Indian Studies SS GI  
  PSY 350G Social Psychology GI  
  PSY 480G Cross-Cultural Psychology  
  SOC 107G Multicultural Societies SS GI  
  SOC 1010 Introduction to Sociology SS  
  SOC 320G Race and Minority Relations GI  

Graduation Requirements:

Graduation Plan

This graduation plan is a sample plan and is intended to be a guide. Your specific plan may differ based on your Math and English placement and/or transfer credits applied. You are encouraged to meet with an advisor and set up an individualized graduation plan in Wolverine Track

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours
ETHS 2500 Introduction to Ethnic Studies 3
Elective 6
  Semester total: 9
Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours
ETHS 2510 Foundations of Ethnic Studies 3
Elective 6
  Semester total: 9
  Degree total: 18

Department

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