Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration

Minor
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A Sociological Perspective.

Housed in the Department of Sociology and Criminology, the Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration minor provides a sociological perspective. With coursework ranging from immigration to racial and ethnic relations to the sociology of racism, this minor complements many areas of study within the liberal arts.

Program Information

Curriculum

Sample courses in this program include:

  • SW 200SO – Understanding Society
  • SO 323 – Racial and Ethnic Relations
  • SO 334 – Immigration
  • SO 326 – Gender, Race, and Crime
  • SO 333 – European Societies
  • SO 325 – Class, Status, and Power

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