The Ethnic Studies major is designed to assist all students develop an understanding and appreciation of other peoples and cultures in the United States. Students may elect among the following majors: African-American Studies, Asian/Asian-American Studies, Ethnic Studies, Mexican/ Latin-American Studies or Native American Studies.
Each program provides a sound background for students preparing to pursue a degree in Ethnic Studies or a related field on transfer to four-year institutions while also supporting the acquisition of skills that will enhance career opportunities in government and community-based agencies.
The Department is comprised of four areas of study:
- African-American Studies
- Asian/Asian American Studies
- Mexican-Latin American Studies
- Native American Studies
NEW: 1-year Program in Community Change Studies:
Ethnic Studies Faculty
Interested in teaching in the Ethnic Studies Department?
We are accepting applications for our part-time teaching pool in African-American Studies, Asian/Asian American Studies, Mexican-Latin American Studies and Ethnic Studies.