Minor in Cultural Studies
The minor in Cultural Studies is designed to enhance and supplement students’ studies in a number of other areas, including anthropology, education, English and mass communication. In these areas of study, the fundamental questions posed by cultural studies give students a broader, more critical look at the interactions between their fields of study and society as a whole. These courses may also provide a useful complement to any undergraduate program of study.
Students minoring in Cultural Studies must complete 18 units, including the introductory course (3 units), the methodology course (3 units), two from required courses list, and two electives (6 units), one of which must be upper-division. Students must earn a grade equivalent of 2.00 or higher in all courses in the minor.
|Introductory Course (3 Units)|
|CLST 201||INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL STUDIES||3|
|Methodology Course (3 Units)|
|CLST 300||METHODS OF CULTURAL INQUIRY||3|
|Required Courses (6 Units)|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|PERSPECTIVES IN GLOBAL CULTURE|
|IDENTITY AND CULTURE|
|SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & CULTURE|
|TOPICS IN CULTURAL STUDIES|
|Electives (6 Units)|
|Select two of the electives listed under Major Requirements, one of which must be upper-division. 1||6|