Graduate students pursuing a Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (MAIS) may choose Ethnic Studies as their primary or secondary field of emphasis.
There are two options under this program:
15 credits graduate courses in Ethnic Studies, as follows:
12 credits graduate courses in Ethnic Studies, as follows:
The Graduate Minor in Ethnic Studies allows students to complement a major area of graduate studies in a department other than Ethnic Studies with a focused exploration of the critical areas of race, class, ethnicity and gender in American life.
A student who wishes to declare a Minor in Ethnic Studies must meet with the Program Coordinator, who will assign him or her a faculty advisor from the Department of Ethnic Studies.
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