Otterbein offers an inter-disciplinary minor in Race and Ethnic Studies through its RES program.
Requirements (18 credit hours)
Five courses (total) are required to earn a Race and Ethnic Studies minor. No more than two of the courses taken may come from a single course prefix. Of those five courses, students must take:
- Three are elective courses (no more than two of which may be non-domestic)
- One core course at the 1000 or 2000 level from the following:
| ENG 2230: Studies in African American Literatures
| PHIL 2500: Philosophy of Race and Ethnicity
| PSYC 2410: Diversity in Psychology
- One core course at the 3000 or 4000 level from the following:
| HIST 3800: U.S. Immigration, Race and Ethnicity
| JAMC 3500: Race, Gender & Class in Media
| SOCL 3060: Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
See the Otterbein University Course Catalog
for a complete listing of current Race and Ethnic Studies Program classes.