03.02.06 - Ethnicity

03.02.06
Ethnicity: One four-unit course dealing with general concepts and issues in the study of race and ethnicity in California and the United States. Courses that satisfy this requirement must concentrate on one or more of four principal minority groups (African-American, Asian-American, Chicano/Latino, and Native American). These courses must be comparative in nature, analyzing the minority group experience within the present and historical context of other racial and ethnic groups, such as European- American minorities. The courses are to be offered by or cross-listed with the Program in Ethnic Studies. (En 12 Nov 92)
03.02.06.01
Regardless of the student's college and major, the course may be counted toward the Humanities or the Social Sciences graduation requirements, depending upon the course's content as evaluated by the Committee on Educational Policy. (En 12 Nov 92)