The concentration requires ten courses, chosen in consultation with the Concentration Advisor, such as, but not limited to, the following:
1. ETHN 0500 (Introduction to Ethnic Studies);
2. Two of six core courses:
a. AFRI 0090 or 0100 (An Introduction to Africana Studies)
b. A section of AMCV 1610 as approved by the concentration advisor
c. ANTH 1121 (American Indian Cultures)
d. SOC 1270 (Race, Class and Ethnicity in the Modern World)
e. ANTH 1400 (Race, Culture and Ethnic Politics) or ANTH 1420 (Ethnicity, Race and Gender in the Americas)
f. ENGL 0610D (Introduction to Asian American Literature)
g. Courses taught by core Ethnic Studies faculty may be recognized in consultation with concentration advisor.
3. Three approved courses in ethnic studies that address the student's focus area;
4. Three courses drawn from a list of related courses;
5. ETHN 1900 (Senior Seminar in Ethnic Studies) to be taken in the first semester of the student's final year. The senior seminar is the capstone course and is required of all concentrators.