Learn about the Ethnic Studies Department, how you can get involved, and what you can do with an education in Ethnic Studies.
As a discipline
The Ethnic Studies curriculum provides students with critical inquiry that advances their analysis and understanding of the historic and contemporary situations of racial and ethnic groups
The discipline connects central themes and issues including race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, gender, nationality, and age
Ethnic Studies faculty are dedicated to producing critical scholarship, teaching and mentoring diverse students, and working toward social change.
The Ethnic Studies Department is designed to equip students with theoretical and practical training that is useful in variety of careers including:
- Higher Education
- Law and Politics
- Non-Profit Organizations
- Equity and Diversity Programming
- Social Work
- Creative Writing, Visual and Performance Art
- International Relations
- Urban Planning
Updated: July 11, 2023