The Ethnic Studies course offerings are intended for those who desire a deeper understanding of American minority peoples and their communities. Students will receive a unique, interdisciplinary educational experience with courses emphasizing the historical and philosophical impact of the cultures of African American, Hispanic American, Asian American, and American Indian peoples, and their contributions to the culture of the United States.
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A.A. in Ethnic Studies
The Ethnic Studies Program provides transfer, general education, general interest courses, as well as an Associate in Arts degree. The Associate in Arts degree in Ethnic Studies is designed for those who desire to gain insight into the historical and philosophical impact of cultures and their contribution to the culture of the United States. Please note: Students may take English 120, 120SL, or 150 to complete the Associate degree. Transfer students, however, are advised to complete English 150. All students should consult a counselor.