Comparative and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies (CCRES) Minor
The minor in Comparative and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies is designed to introduce students to the complexity of race and society by bringing together courses from multiple departments engaged in the analysis, history, and political economy of race and migration.
The minor requires six courses:
- an introductory course in comparative race and ethnic studies offered in American Studies or an approved 100- or 200- level course in African American,
- US Latina/o, Native American or Asian American history or literary tradition;
- four more courses on race and ethnicity, dealing with two or more different historical racial groups or in comparative context; three of the six courses should be 300-level or above.