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Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies

The Bachelors of Arts in Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies requires 30 semester hours of courses passed with a grade of “C-” or better and a maximum of 12 hours below the 30000 level. A minor in any field is required. Courses counted for the CRES major may not be counted for any other major or minor, except for the Associated Requirements, which may be double-counted for multiple programs of study. A minor or emphasis in CRES is also available. For more information on the major, minor, and emphasis in CRES and the Current List of Courses, see: Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies.

 

African American and Africana Studies

The Minor in African American and Africana Studies (AAAS) requires 18 semester hours of courses passed with a grade of “C-” or better and a maximum of 9 hours below the 30000 level. This minor program is a critical and scholarly engagement of African American and African Diasporic Life. The interdisciplinary discourse provided by this minor focuses on critical race theory, ethics, politics, religion, medicine, gender, history, language and literature. An emphasis in AAAS is also available. For more information on AAAS and the Current List of Courses, see: African-American and Africana Studies.

 

Latinx (formerly Latina/o) Studies

The Minor in Latinx Studies (LTNX) requires 18 semester hours of courses passed with a grade of “C-” or better and a maximum of 9 hours below the 30000 level. This minor program critically explores the varied social, political, cultural and economic conditions of people from Latin America and the Caribbean living in the United States as well as the broader Latinidad. For more information on LTNO and the Current List of Courses, see Latinx Studies.

 

If you are a faculty member and want to get your undergraduate course approved for credit as a CRES attribute course, please fill out the form below.

CRES Undergraduate Course Approval Form