SOC 343 GE: Racial and Cultural Minorities

This course examines dominant-minority relations in the U.S. Special emphasis will be placed on how social, economic, and political power and privilege help create and perpetuate prejudice and discrimination. As America becomes more racially and culturally diverse, we need to make a greater effort to understand, respect, and benefit from the diversity around us. This course is intended to help students discover these benefits as well as deal with the challenges that go hand in hand with an increasingly multicultural society.


3 credits




GE:Social Sciences - Sociology; Advanced


140-UG Level 4 Advanced