Degrees and Programs
Gender, Race, and Identity Degrees
Ethnic Studies, Minor
The minor in Ethnic Studies is designed to increase students’ awareness of ethnic and racial issues, domestically and globally, the program examines the experiences and contributions of a wide range of peoples, societies and cultures.
Gender, Race, and Identity, Bachelor's
Students will study gender in historical and contemporary contexts with an emphasis on the intersections of gender, race, class, sexuality, ethnicity and other social categories.
Gender, Race, and Identity, Graduate Program
The Gender, Race and Identity Graduate Program draws upon scholarly literature in disciplines of race and ethnic studies, women and gender studies, sexuality studies and religious studies, and provides an academic course of study in the intersections of identities that shape our lives and experiences.
Holocaust, Genocide & Peace Studies, Minor
The Holocaust, Genocide & Peace Studies minor is designed to connect ideas and experiences by focusing on social, historical, philosophical, political, cultural and ethical issues in a wide variety of disciplines.
Religious Studies, Minor
Students in the Religious Studies minor will employ a variety of disciplinary perspectives to understand religious thought and practice within diverse historical, intellectual and socio-cultural contexts.
Women's Studies, Minor
This interdisciplinary program in the College of Liberal Arts provides students with an understanding of women in historical and contemporary contexts and an exploration of gender as it influences scholarship and human relations.