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|
|Latina/o 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|
|or ETST 695||Independent Study|
|Additional Credits 1||5-8|
|Supervised College Teaching|
|Research in Ethnicity|
|Seminar in Women's Studies|
A minimum of 32 credits are required to complete this program.
Select enough additional credits to bring the program total to a minimum of 32 credits.
The following are specific requirements for the Ethnic Studies Master of Arts, Plan B:
- 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 or higher courses and at least 12 credits must be in regular courses.
- Additional elective courses include any ETST or other subject code graduate level course.
- Successful completion of a specialized research/professional paper.
- Community presentation of professional paper/project.