The major consists of 48 units. Race and Ethnic studies is an interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary field of study. Requirements for the major are met through REST courses, cross-listed, concentration, and negotiable courses in other departments and programs. The major includes a foundation of core courses, a flexible area of emphasis where students pursue depth and concentration of knowledge in an area of their choice, breadth courses, and a capstone experience to integrate their studies.
The minor consists of 24 credits. Students are required to take REST 120. To ensure an interdisciplinary focus, students must select courses from two or more departments.
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