Comparative Cultural Studies U.S. - Minor

The College of Liberal Arts offers a minor in Comparative Cultural Studies (U.S.).

Select two of the following:6
American Ethnic Literature
U.S. Immigration and Ethnicity
Racial and Ethnic Relations
Select three of the following not already taken:9
American Ethnic Literature
U.S. Immigration and Ethnicity
Racial and Ethnic Relations
Indians of North America
American Oratory
Women, Minorities and the Mass Media
Rhetoric of the Civil Rights Movement
Life and Literature of the Southwest
Life and Literature of the American South
African-American Literature Post-1930
Modern and Contemporary Drama
Twentieth-Century Literature to World War II.
Latino/a Literature
Studies in Women Writers
Geography of the United States
Blacks in the United States Since 1877
Mexican-American History 1848-Present
Latino Communities of the U.S.
Southern Identities and Cultures Since Reconstruction
American Society and Culture to 1877
Topics in Music
Theories of International Relations
Sociology of Gender
Sociology of African Americans
Sociology of Latinos
Hispanic Writers in the U.S.
Capstone course (selected in consultation with program coordinator)3
Total Semester Credit Hours18

Students must make a grade of "C" or better in all courses.