The M.A. in Ethnic Studies provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the enduring and transformative nature of race and ethnicity in the United States and around the globe. The program develops professional competencies in working with diverse communities in order to bring about meaningful social change. Through the development of strong research, writing, and oral skills, a master’s degree in ethnic studies prepares students to become informed citizens and competitive job seekers. Our students are uniquely positioned to enter a workplace that is more diverse than ever, and where issues of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality, among others, are more relevant than at any time in the recent past.
Effective Fall 2016
|ETST 501||Ethnic Studies History and Theory||3|
|ETST 502||Research Methods||3|
|ETST 503||Contemporary Ethnic Studies Issues||3|
|Select 12 credits from the following:||12|
|Ethnicity, Race, and Health Disparities in U.S.|
|Race and U.S. Social Movements|
|Latinx Politics in the U.S.|
|Chicana Feminism: Theory and Form|
|Race in Latin America|
|Gender, Violence and Indigenous Peoples|
|National Identities and Nation Building|
|Immigration and Citizenship in U.S. History|
|Indigenous Law, Policy, and Peoples|
|African American Intellectual Thought|
|Race, Ethnicity, and Higher Education|
|Critical Disability Studies|
|Women and Sustainability|
|Additional Credits 1||3-6|
|Supervised College Teaching|
|Research in Ethnicity|
|Seminar in Women's Studies|
|Program Total Credits:||30|
A minimum of 30 credits are required to complete this program.
Select enough additional credits to bring the program total to a minimum of 30 credits.
The following are specific requirements for the Ethnic Studies Master of Arts, Plan A:
- Minimum of 24 semester credits earned in residence at CSU, 21 credits must be earned after admission to the Graduate School.
- At least 21 credits must be 500-level courses or higher and at least 12 credits must be in regular courses.
- Additional elective courses include any ETST or other subject code graduate level course.