Certificate in Ethnic Studies

Must complete a minimum of 12 credits and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.50 in Certificate coursework.

Course Title Credits
Core Courses: Select one of the following:3
Race, Gender, and Class in the U.S.
Introduction to Ethnic Studies
The Political Economy of Race, Gender and Ethnicity
Group 1: Historical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives3
The Native American Experience
Black Experience in the U. S.
Race, Gender, and United States Labor History
Native America and Colonial Borderlands to 1887
Native American History, What you thought you knew
African-American History 1619 to Present
Black Women and Feminism in the U.S.
Group 2: Social Science, Management, and Education3
Ethnicity, Race and Crime
The History and Politics of Hip Hop
Social Inequalities
Management, Gender & Race
Ethnic and Gender Equity in Education
Ethnic Rights and Politics
Group 3: Fine Arts and Humanities3
Race and Ethnicity in Film
Native American Art
Intro to Multi-Ethnic American Literature
Chicano Literature
African-American Literature
Asian American Literature
American Literature of Ethnicity and Immigration
Wisconsin Indian Literature
Multicultural Dramatic Literature
Total Credits12