Social & Ethnic Relations Minor; Letters & Sciences

(College of Letters and Science)

The interdisciplinary minor in Social & Ethnic Relations explores the racial, ethnic, class and gender aspects of human relations in the modern world. Students study human societies and cultures from a multi-ethnic perspective and across established academic departmental lines. The minor is jointly sponsored by African American and African Studies, Asian American Studies, Native American Studies, and Women & Gender Studies.

Advising. Contact the Program in Asian American Studies, 3131 Hart Hall, ethnicstudiessao@ucdavis.edu


Social & Ethnic Relations
Units: 24
Choose one from each of the following six groups to total 24 units:
24
(A)
4
AAS 100
Survey of Ethnicity in the US (Active)
4
Choose one:
4
ANT 134
Buddhism in Global Culture (Active)
4
or
NAS 134
Race, Culture, and Nation (Active)
4
WMS 102
Gender and Post Colonialism (Active)
4
(B)
4
AAS 123
Black Female Experience in Contemporary Society (Active)
4
AAS 133
The Black Family In America (Active)
4
AAS 145A
Black Social and Political Thought (Active)
4
(C)
4
ASA 001
Historical Experience of Asian Americans (Active)
4
ASA 002
Contemporary Issues of Asian Americans (Active)
4
ASA 100
Asian American Communities (Active)
4
ASA 110
Theoretical Perspective in Asian American Studies (Discontinued)
4
ASA 130
Asian American Literature (Active)
4
(D)
4
CHI 130
United States-Mexican Border Relations (Active)
4
CHI 132
Political Economy of Chicana/o Communities (Active)
4
(E)
4
NAS 001
Introduction to Native American Studies (Active)
4
NAS 010
Native American Experience (Active)
4
NAS 115
Native Americans in the Contemporary World (Active)
4
NAS 119
Introduction to Federal Indian Law (Active)
4
NAS 130A
Native American Ethno-Historical Development (Active)
4
NAS 130B
Native American Ethno-Historical Development (Active)
4
NAS 130C
Native American Ethno-Historical Development (Active)
4
NAS 157
Native American Religion and Philosophy (Active)
4
NAS 180
Native American Women (Active)
4
(F)
4
WMS 103
Introduction to Feminist Theory (Active)
4
WMS 104
Feminist Research (Active)
4
WMS 180
Women of Color Writing in the United States (Active)
4
Restrictions
 
(A) Courses applied toward the satisfaction of a major may not also be offered in satisfaction of the minor.
 
(B) No more than four units (one course) may be lower division.
 
Total: 24