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2014-2015

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204 Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences Minor in Ethnic Studies The African and African-American studies minor are each 18 credit hours. The Mexican-American studies minor is 19 credit hours. Requirements for the Minor African and African-American Studies HIST 2392 Modern Africa HIST 3313 African Americans in the U.S., 1607–1877 HIST 3314 African Americans in the U.S., 1877–Present Three courses chosen from the following, with two outside of history and at least one at the 3000 level or above: ANTH 3314 Peoples of Africa ARHS 3390 Traditional Arts of Africa ENGL 3362 African-American Literature HIST 2391 Africa to the 19th Century HIST 3304 Blacks and the Civil Rights Movement HIST 3378 Problems in African History HIST 3388 The African-American Urban Experience, 1865–1980 HIST 5341 Seminar in American History: African Slavery in the U.S. MUHI 3340 Jazz: Tradition and Transformation Mexican-American Studies ETST 4352 (SPAN 4352) Conversations and Community HIST 3324 The Mexican Americans, 1848 to the Present SOCI 3372 Chicanos in the Southwest SPAN 1401 Beginning Spanish (or higher level) Three courses chosen from the following: ANTH 3312 Mesoamerican Archaeology ARHS 3383 The Ancient Maya ARHS 3385 The Aztecs Before and After the Conquest ENGL 3363 Chicana/Chicano Literature HIST 3305 The Hispanos of New Mexico, 1848–Present HIST 3308 History of Hispanics in the U.S. Through Film HIST 3382 History of Mexico HIST 5330, 5331 Seminar in Mexican-American History WL 3306 Chicano Literature of the Southwest The Courses (ETST) ETST 2301/CFA 3310/SOCI 3305 (3). INTRODUCTION TO RACE AND ETHNICITY IN THE UNITED STATES. An interdisciplinary seminar designed to introduce students to the analysis of race and ethnicity in the United States. ETST 2305 (3). INTERNSHIP IN ETHNIC STUDIES. Offers experience in varied careers serving ethnic communities. Opportunities include advertising for public service, community organizing, nonprofit economic development, local historical preservation, and more. Depart- mental consent required. ETST 4352/SPAN 4352 (3). CONVERSATIONS AND COMMUNITY. Advanced Spanish course that brings oral and written language to the center of students' learning by bringing them in contact with native Spanish speakers from a variety of Dallas communities. Includes field- work and contact hours in the classroom. Aimed at improving oral and listening skills of non- native speakers of Spanish. Prerequisite: C- or better in SPAN 3358. Not for heritage or native speakers of Spanish.

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