SOC 3330 Seminar on Race-Ethnicity
This course focuses on social privilege and its impact on the meaning and significance of race and ethnicity. It features experiential learning and strong student involvement focused on emerging community issues. Responsibility for classroom activity will be shared by students and instructor. Potential topics covered include such things as minority group-specific studies, white privilege, racism, and intersectional analysis of social identities. This course also serves as a capstone for the American Minority Studies Minor. The requirements of the 4330 course will be are the same as the 3330 course EXCEPT that students in the higher course number will complete an additional major writing project.
Prerequisite(s): SOC 1110 Introduction to Sociology and SOC 1330/SOC 2330 Race Relations and Minority Groups, or approval of the instructor.
(Normally offered alternate years.)