The Department Office location is on the 4th Floor of the Meiklejohn Hall building, Room 4094
Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. M &Th, T & W 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Closed Fridays
Dept Phone: (510) 885-3255
Nicholas Baham, III, Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington
Luz Calvo, Ph.D. University of California, Santa Cruz
Enrique Salmon, Ph.D. Arizona State University
Carlos Salomon (Chair), Ph.D. University of New Mexico
Anndretta Wilson, Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles
Director: Carlos Salomon
The mission of the Department of Ethnic Studies is to provide an academically rigorous program that substantively contributes to the University’s public commitment to provide a multicultural learning experience. Our comparative and interdisciplinary program covers five core areas: African American Studies; American Indian Studies; Asian American Studies; Latino/a and Latin American Studies; and Gender/Sexualities in Communities of Color. In our courses, we teach students to analyze social relations of race, class, gender, and sexuality; develop nuanced understandings of social justice; and act as socially responsible global citizens.
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Online Bachelor’s Degree Completion Programs
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A BA/BS Degree Completion Program is for anyone who has already completed their lower-division general education breadth requirements. Only upper-division, major requirements will be taken completely online.
Business Administration also offers Degree Completion programs as well as fully on-ground programs. See the Bachelor of Science section below to see which Business Administration B.S. degrees are available online.
CoursesEthnic StudiesEthnic Studies: African American StudiesEthnic Studies: American Indian StudiesEthnic Studies: Asian American StudiesEthnic Studies: Genders and Sexualities in Communities of ColorEthnic Studies: Latino/a Studies