About the Course

An introduction to foundational theories and concepts in Ethic Studies. Examine how social institutions have historically shaped race relations and social processes producing racial, class, and gender inequalities and stratifications. Surveys racial ethnic groups and gives particular attention to the historical presence and contributions of African Americans, Asian Pacific Islanders, Chicanas/as, Latinas/os, and Native Americans in the U.S. Utilize interdisciplinary perspectives from the social sciences and humanities, and analyze concepts, research methods, and theories pertaining to the study of culture, economics, history, politics and society. Examine the historical development of diverse cultures, and the role those cultures play in shaping core institutions and practices of individuals and societies. Have in-depth discussions about  principles, methods, value systems, and ethics of social issues confronting local and global communities.

Jul 10 - Aug 28, 2022

221XRT002
Est. Tuition:
$650-700
Learning Format:
Online Course with Live Sessions
Duration:
8 weeks
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Estimated Tuition

$650 Early Bird Discount
$700 after Jul 01, 2022

Location

Online Webcast

Instructor

Schedule

Online: Jul. 10 - Aug. 28 Sun. 8:00 a.m. � 1:00 p.m., Jul. 10, 17, 24, 31 & Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28 (8 Lives webcast sessions)

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