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Philosophy

Undergraduate Bachelor Programs

Minor Requirements

Pursuing our minor is simple

Requirements for the Ethnic Studies Minor

For successful completion of the Ethnic Studies Minor, students must take a total of 18 units as follows:

Required Courses: 9 units must be derived from the following three required courses:

  • ENS 10/ENS 110 (Introduction to Ethnic Studies) or SOC 141 (Introduction to Ethnic Studies and Critical Theory) - 3 units
  • ENS 20/ENS 120 (Race and Ethnicity) or PHI 171 (Philosophy of Race) - 3 units
  • ENS 15/ENS 115 (Intersectionality and Power) - 3 units

Electives*: 9 Upper Division units (3 courses) derived from any of the following content areas/electives:

  • ENS 130 Filipina/o American Experience and Narratives (3 units)
  • ENS 135 Conflicts and Collaborations in Los Angeles (3 units)
  • ENS 150 Colonization and Empire (3 units)
  • ENS 155 Latinx Studies (3 units)
  • ENS 160 Black Studies (3 units)
  • ENS 165 Indigenous Studies (3 units)
  • ENS 170 Special Topics in Ethnic Studies (3 units, may be repeated for credit)
  • Elective Offerings from Other Departments
    • PSY 167 Special Topics: Asian American Psychology (3 units)
    • FLM 168 Race, Sex, and Hollywood (3 units)

*More elective courses will be added in the future.