Race-Ethnic Studies allows students interested in Afro-American and Latino Studies to develop a focus of study in both programs. This field leads to a broad understanding of the minority experience in the United States and those of diaspora peoples; how the phenomena of race, gender, and class have influenced communities and individuals; how minority groups define themselves and what strategies they have utilized for survival; who the people called African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and Asian Americans are.
Credit Hours Required—A minimum of 15 credit hours required.
- AFRO-A 151 / CHRI-C 151 Minority People in the United States (3 cr.)
- 4 courses from the listings for the Department of Minority Studies (IU Northwest Bulletin) (3 cr.)
- Meeting the following distribution pattern
- 2 courses from course listings in Afro-American studies (6 cr.)
- At least one course at 200, 300, or 400 level (3 cr.)
- 2 courses from course listings in Latino Studies (6 cr.)
- At least 1 course at 200, 300, or 400 level (3 cr.)
Total (15 cr.)
For more information, visit the Minority Studies page on the IU Northwest Bulletin.